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Totuskey Creek Boat Ramp

Important Notices

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The Totuskey Creek boat landing is a quick pull-off from SR 3 and offers a small parking area and boat landing for launching canoes and kayaks for those in search of an aquatic viewing experience. Bald eagle, osprey, and various herons are common in and around the creek. A PDF guide with maps and information regarding the Totuskey Creek Water Trail, as well as an interactive map of all Northern Neck Water Trails, is available on the website listed below.


Location Coordinates: 37.923617, -76.721302

From Warsaw, take VA 3 east for 2.5 miles. The boat landing is right off SR 3, but you’ll need to make a right onto Rt. 705/Woodyard Rd to pull into the boat landing area.

From the Previous Site on the Northern Neck Loop of the VBWT:

Turn left out of the Farnham Creek boat landing onto Rt. 608/Farnham Creek Road, proceed 0.7 miles and turn right onto Rt. 613/Calvary Church Road. Continue for 2.5 miles and bear left at the fork to remain on Calvary Church Road for an additional.8 miles. Turn left on SR 3/History Land Highway and travel 4.1 miles. Make a left onto Rt. 705/Woodyard Rd and continue down to the landing area.

Location & Directions

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Site Information

  • Site Contact: Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources, Region 1 Office (804) 829-6580
  • Website
  • Access: Free, Daily

Seasonal Bird Observations


  • Parking
  • Picnic
  • Kayak/Canoe Launch
  • Boat Ramp