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Appomattox Loop

Important Notices

COVID-19 & the VBWT: Be Safe While OutdoorsDGIF encourages you to be safe while outdoors. Before heading out, first check with individual sites on the Virginia Bird & Wildlife Trail to find out whether they are still open to the public. Information regarding closures is typically posted on a site's own website. Be advised that some sites, even if still open, may have certain public facilities closed during this time. If a site is still open, maintain CDC social distancing guidelines while enjoying the outdoors.

Description

From a small canoe launch on the Appomattox River to the 7,500 acres of Virginia’s largest state park, Pocahontas State Park, the Appomattox Loop offers opportunity to experience wildlife in a variety of habitats. Uplands and riparian woodlands, wetlands, lakes and ponds, and grassy openings provide the canvas on which to view heron rookeries, beaver lodges, grazing deer, and a myriad of migrant and nesting songbirds. Nature centers and boardwalks that extend out into marsh overlooks, in addition to extensive trail systems, serve to increase the opportunities to access the Appomattox Loop’s natural resources.

Loop Map

 

 

Services

Colonial Heights Chamber of Commerce
804.526.5872

Greater Richmond Chamber of Commerce
804.648.1234
jim.dunn@grcc.com

Hopewell Area-Prince George Chamber Of Commerce
804.458.5536

Hopewell Office of Tourism
800.863.8687
lfortenberry@ci.hopewell.va.us

Petersburg Chamber of Commerce
804.733.8131
pcoc@aol.com

Richmond Metro Convention and Visitors Bureau
800.370.9004
jberry@richmondva.org