Trail Guide for Pocahontas State Park (SP) in Virginia. Published by Virginia State Parks.
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Dumping Station Gifts / Shopping Horse Ring Yurts Main Roads DIFFICULT - Trail length is greater than 5 miles; more than 70 percent of the trail is on a grade; experienced hikers only or groups of three to five people recommended; there is a risk of overexertion or injury to those not conditioned. Parking Park Office Park Roads (open to vehicles) with small horse symbols (] ). H = Hiking B = Biking E = Equestrian Park Roads (closed to vehicles) users are indicated = Easy = Moderate = Difficult Lakes Picnic Shelter Playground Major Streams Park Boundary EASY - From .5 to 1 mile; grades are short, typically fewer than 100 feet and less than 10 percent of the trail length; easily accomplished by all users, including the elderly and those with physical or mental disabilities, with little risk of injury or fatigue. MODERATE "Difficulty H/B H/B/EÇ Usage Spillway (paved) Orange 0.2 H Powhatan Red 2.4 H/B Otter Lick Loop Blue 2.4 H/B/E Trooper Tribute Loop Silver 0.8 H Qualla Connector Pink 0.3 H/B Parallel Purple 0.4 H/B H = Hiking B = Biking E = Equestrian Spillway (paved) Orange 0.2 H Poorhouse Run Gray 1.4 H/B/E = Moderate 0.8 = DifficultH = Easy Trooper Tribute Loop Silver Powhatan Red 2.4 H/B * = HikingStation B = Biking E = Equestrian The sections ofHFendley Trail which are to equestrian Qualla Connector Pink 0.3open H/B =(] Difficult = Easy = Moderate 0.2 users are (paved) indicated with small horse symbols ). Spillway Orange H * The sections of Fendley Station Trail which are open to equestrian Trooper Tribute Loop Silver 0.8 H * The sections of Fendley Station Trail which are open to equestrian ] users are indicated with small horse symbols (] ). ]] y i le Ba ! ! ! ! ! TRAIL ETIQUETTE ON 2.5 MULTI-USE TRAILS IN THE Cobalt Blue H PARK. 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Box Turtle MBT ! ! Cro sti c " r ! ! !! ! ! Pa r Bo u n k da ry " w " ) " ñ Visitor Center ! ! ! ] " "] w w Fendley Station Blueberry Hill ! ! ! ! ! ! ! Morel Ravine MBT V U 653 Little West Virginia MBT Sw ift Cr e ek Gateway 2 Pocahontas Mountain Bikingw"Trails il t Tr a o res th F Blue Jay B Way Co el l n n Be r e ct ry or Moonshine Run Difficulty Sun se tter ! ! ! ] Swift ] Creek FT ] ] ] D er e fie ld FT ] Gateway 1 Fendley Station Loop B Ze ro Station ] ] Loop A ] ] ]] ] ] ] ] Open to horses Fendley Station ] ] ho us 8 e Ro 8 ad ] ]]] ] ] ] ] ] ]] " Loop FT w Co ur t To R t2 " w Fendley " w U V 604 ¯ These maps depict mountain bike only trails. Bikes are allowed on some multi-use trails and fire roads which are indicated on the whole park map on the reverse side. Mountain bike users should check the status of single-track trails at www.fopsp.org/current-info before visiting. Other users are encouraged to be aware of the status of single-track trails and take into consideration the conditions before using wet trails. RIDE SMART - Slow down before you speed up. Crashes can happen on your first lap. Ride each trail multiple times to learn the features and check out your bike until you are confident to push your limits. Know your limits. PARK CONTACTS Sm i 0.5 Swift Creek Lake ] "] "ñ w " CENTRAL ñ ! ! 0.25 AREA " r " w ]] ] FT 0 ] Tall Oaks MBT u w w v Mileage Wet crossing No bridge 0.75 Miles ] Qualla Connector Blaze 3.3 1.5 2.1 4.7 SWIFT CREEK TRAILS - On the north side of the park and just off Courthouse Road, the system is easily accessed from ] multiple points in and around the park. Currently 7 miles of machine-built flow trail, this system is accessible to hand trikes and is perfect for beginners and pros alike. Opened in 2015, these trails have engendered to kids and adults a love for mountain biking. ] Regardless of skill level, these trails are a must. ] Lake Beaver CCC ] ] Museum ] ] ] Trail ! 0.3 ] ] ] ] Miles Morgan Trails ! ! 0.2 Swift Creek FT Green Red Red Blue S st Lo Corkscrew 0.1 Box Turtle Little West Virginia Morel Ravine Tall Oaks ng pri 0 Swift Creek Trails Nunnaly FT rF T ! ! ¯ " r No bridge " w " w il Swift Creek ] Banquet Hall ] Swift Creek Lake Wet crossing CENTRAL AREA Rd ! ! ! SINGLE-TRACK MOUNTAIN BIKING - Pocahontas State Park has about 26 miles of single-track directional mountain bike trails. The trails make up these three major trail systems. ra tT ] ] ]] ne 655 ] ] ] ] ] Lakeview Three ] MORGAN MOUNTAIN BIKE TRAILS - The]original system built in the mid to late 1990s is ] Nature Center. ] the ] of ] ]Known for the rocky, root-filled tread and the tight northwest ] ] ] ] find this system great for technical riding. A total of ]twists and turns, many riders 9.4 miles of trail commonly referred to as rake and ride is a favorite of locals. ] Ho r FT ] ] U V " w ]] ] Beaver Lake Qua lla ! ! ! Road. The area is easily accessed from the Bright Hope parking area located directly across from the park entrance. Horseback riding is allowed on 14.1 miles of multi-use trail and 18.9 miles of forest roads. The most popular trails for equestrian users include Bright Hope, Otter Lick and Poorhouse. North of Beach Road, about 4 miles of Fendley Station Trail is available for equestrian users, but note that this is not a loop and requires some backtracking. ] " w Rd Beach Dvorak Lakeview Too Lakeview One ] u u v u v v u u v w w v w ] " r i ll dM Ol ] tate East S d R Park Powhatan Banquet Hall ] ] ]] ] ]] ] Fen dley tion ] Sta ] ] ] ] ]] ] 0.5 1.7 0.6 4.2 1.4 0.2 0.5 0.5 1.5 4.2 1.4 2.1 2.4 ] ] ] ] Green Green Blue Green Blue Blue Green Green Blue Black Black Blue Black v v v ] 0.5 MOUNTAIN BIKE TRAIL INFORMATION - DIFFICULTY SCALE Bell Berry Connector Bell Lap Blue Jay Way Blueberry Hill Corkscrew Freightline Gateway 1 Gateway 2 Lost Spring Millstone Moonshine Run Sunsetter Zero ] - Gentle climbs and descents, with obstacles such as rocks, gravel, bridges. and potholes. Must have ridden a bike before using these trails. u EASY Lakeview Trails 3.7 2.4 3.8 ] 0.75 Miles ! ] ] 0.25 ¯ v MORE DIFFICULT - Challenging ride with steep slopes and/or obstacles, possibly on a narrow trail or with elevated skills features and poor traction. Requires off road riding experience. Cobalt Blue Cobalt Blue Cobalt Blue ] 0 " w " r Lakeview One Lakeview Too Lakeview Three ]] ] w MOST DIFFICULT - These trails and skills features have a mixture of long, steep descents, loose trail surfaces and numerous natural and manmade obstacles. These can include jumps, ramps, elevated features, berms, drops, rocks and other terrain variations. LAKEVIEW MOUNTAIN BIKE TRAILS - The system is on the south ] side of Swift Creek Lake. Parking to access these trails is ] ] ] off the main park and ] the ] road near the C.C.C. Field ] ] picnic shelters. These 9.5 miles of trails are a combination of rake and ride as well as hand-built sections. With long lines and rolling terrain, users who want a rough tread and moderately tight turns find that this system fits the bill. True to its name, ] ] the trail excellent views of the lake. ] affords ] ] ] ]] ] ]] ! ]] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ! ] ]] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] Powhatan free as possible. Universally accessible facilities are available throughout Virginia State Parks. Please check the park’s ! ! ! PARK ACCESSIBILITY - We strive to make each park as barrier- ! events that involve amplified sound, catering, equipment rentals and vendor deliveries. ] EQUESTRIAN TRAILS - Most equestrian trails are south of Beach GROUP EVENTS - A Special Use Permit is required for all group ! ! LITTER - Please help us keep the park clean by placing litter and recyclables in the proper receptacles and recycle centers or carrying out your trash. The releasing of balloons is not allowed. Decorative balloons must be deflated and disposed of as trash. PARKING - All vehicles must be parked in designated areas. Lock valuables in your trunk and keep your vehicle locked when unattended. ! HIKING TRAILS - Pocahontas has 6.25 miles of dedicated hiking trails. These trails range from slightly under 5 feet wide to 30inch wide single-track. Below are the more popular hiking-only trails. See map for a full listing. FISHING - A Virginia freshwater fishing license is required. ! DRONES AND OTHER AIRCRAFT - Drones, other unmanned aerial vehicles, including remote control aircraft, and aircraft in general may not be flown in state parks pursuant to 4VAC5-30400. during scheduled hours between the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend and Labor Day. The weather and other issues beyond our control may reduce the availability of the facility. Swimming anywhere else in the park at any time is prohibited. ] INFORMATION - For more information on Virginia State Parks or to make a cabin or campsite reservation, call 800-933-PARK or visit www.virginiastateparks.gov. longer than 6 feet. Please clean up after your pet. Pets must be attended at all times. SWIMMING - The aquatic recreation center is available for a fee ! ! For more information, visit www.virginiastateparks.gov or contact the park office. PETS - Pets are permitted in enclosed areas or on a leash no sinks and slop sinks, where available, are for the proper disposal of wastewater. Please, no boat, RV or car washing. ! threatening emergencies and after-hours assistance are posted at contact stations and other places in the park. MULTI-USE TRAILS - With more than 54 miles of multi-use trails, Pocahontas offers a variety of options ranging from fire roads to double-track trails designed to provide a tour of the park by foot. Below are a few of the more popular multi-use trails. See the map for all multi-use options. POLLUTION - Help reduce pollution. Dump stations, laundry ! ! EMERGENCY - Call 911. Emergency phone numbers for non-life- The Customer Service Center is open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. It is closed on all state holidays. FIRE - Help prevent wildfires. Fires must be confined to grills, camp stoves or designated fire rings. Fires must be attended at all times and extinguished when left. Firewood is generally available for purchase at the park. Campers and guests may collect only down and dead firewood. We enforce all seasonal and emergency bans on open fires. ! website for details. ALCOHOL - State law permits alcohol use only in private areas (inside your cabin or camping unit) or in areas designated on permits issued by the Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control. ! ! plants or trees. Collecting animal or plant life is allowed only for scientific purposes by permit from the Richmond headquarters. Don’t feed any wild animals. ! ! PRESERVE - Help preserve your park. Please don’t cut or mar any ! ! ! ! ! ! Take only pictures, leave only footprints. Park in designated areas only. Please note there is a parking fee charged yearround at all Virginia State Parks. Self-pay parking information is available at the contact station. ] ] ! ! ! ! To make your visit safe and more pleasant, we ask that you observe the following: ] ! WELCOME TO POCAHONTAS STATE PARK. ] ] ! ! ! ! ! ! ] ] Haw kin s F T tli ne ! # # # ] ] ] ] ] ]] ! # ] ] Bel l La Fr p ei gh ! # ] # ] ] ] ] ! # # ] ] ]] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] # # # ] ! ] ] ] ] # ] ] ]] # on e C Sw r e e i ft kF T ] ] ] ] Mi ll s t ] ] ]] ] ] ] ] ] # # ] ] ] ] # ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ]] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ]]] ] ] ] ] ]] ] ] ] ]] ] ] ] ] ] ] ]] ] ]] ] ] ] Virginia State Parks Pocahontas State Park TRAIL GUIDE VIRGINIA STATE PARKS ARE A TONIC FOR THE MIND, BODY AND SPIRIT. Museums, visitor centers and nearby historic sites make state parks cultural treasures. The recreational opportunities in state parks are endless and easy to see – from swimming and boating to horseshoes and hiking, there’s always something to do in a Virginia State Park. 10301 State Park Road Chesterfield, Virginia 23832 804-796-4255 email@example.com Emergency: 911 Park Office: 804-796-4255 Ranger on call: 804-621-5097 WWW.VIRGINIASTATEPARKS.GOV 800-933-PARK