There are three boat-launching ramps and parking. The park has more than 18 miles of trails that meander through the forest and along the lake’s shore. Guests can visit the park’s visitor center to learn about the Native Americans who once lived in the area. The park takes its name from those natives. Eighty eight (88) campsites are available for tent and RV campers. Some sites are right on the shoreline, providing easy fishing and boating access.

The park also has 13 cabins that allow guests to enjoy the comforts of home as well as beautiful views of the lake. An equestrian campground with 11 sites and 11 covered horse stalls offers easy access to the park’s trail system. Occoneechee also has picnic areas near the lake, a playground, boat rentals and a lakefront amphitheater. Located on US Highway 58, approximately 1/10 mile east of Clarksville.

Ramp/day use fees apply.

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Facilities

  • Public Boat Launching
  • Boat Docking & Mooring
  • Overnight Cabins
  • Tent & Trailer Camping
  • Campsite Hookups
  • Public Picnic Area
  • Group Camping Areas
  • Toilet Facilities
  • Hot Water Showers
  • Sanitary Dump Station
  • Fishing Access
  • Group Shelters

CONTACT: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Wilmington District
CONTACT PHONE: 800-933-PARK (7275)
LOCATION: Google Maps
WEBSITE: State Park Website
MAINTAINED BY: VA Department of Conservation & Recreation