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CLAYTOR LAKE STATE PARK                 540-643-2500
6620 Ben H. Bolen Drive, Dublin, VA 24084                                  

DIRECTIONS: I-81, Exit 101 (Claytor Lake) to State Park Road (State Route 660). State Park Road ends at the park's entrance.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:  It's an ideal setting for boating, swimming, camping, hiking and picnicking. Sport fishing is especially popular. Boating supplies, fuel and refreshments are available at the marina. Twelve cabins overlook the 4,500-acre lake.

PARKING:  Wheelchair accessible parking throughout the park.  Van accessible parking located at beach and marina.

TYPES OF PATHS TO OR AROUND PARK/ATTRACTION:  Concrete, asphalt and packed gravel.

ENTRANCE TO VISITOR CENTER:   At Howe House at lake.   5 exterior steps, each 8 in. in height.  Ramp available.  Entry doors, 30 in. wide, easily open out with knob handle located 30 in. above floor.   

PUBLIC REST ROOMS:  Doors are 32 in. wide, and open in.  Turns to enter.  Accessible stalls have 32 in. wide doors opening in and out, and handrails.  Wheelchair accessible toilet is 19 inches high with room for lateral transfer.  Accessible stall checked regularly for obstructions.  Beach bath house, picnic area restroom and Campground D restrooms are fully accessible.

For guests with mobility disabilities, there is a paved accessible trail to the beach.  The paths are concrete and asphalt.  Trail length varies.   Cabins, fishing pier, bath houses, swim area, boat dock and launch all accessible to persons in wheelchairs.  Lowered drinking fountains.

Lakeview Trail and the part of Poplar Leaf Trail that connects Campground D to the day-use area are accessible.

FISHING PIER: The universally accessible fishing pier and ¼-mile walkway are located in picnic area. There is also a wheelchair accessible, small picnic shelter located adjacent to the trail.

BEACH AND BATHOUSE: Restrooms, concession area and breezeways of the beach bathhouse are accessible. Beach house has a roll-in shower.

There is a rather long sidewalk connecting the bathhouse to the beach; the sidewalk meets accessibility standards. The sidewalk ends at a concrete platform adjacent to the water, however, there is no ramp into the water or transfer equipment.

MEETING FACILITIES: The Water’s Edge Meeting Facility has universally accessible parking spaces and a sidewalk that leads directly to the front entrance and deck. The meeting room, restrooms, gift shop and snack bar are universally accessible.

LODGING:  Cabins 1, 6 & 7 are wheelchair accessible.  Paved parking area.  Level concrete sidewalk and patio.  Level entrances at front and from patio.  Ramp at back door.  Two bedrooms, one double bed, two twin beds.  Cots available.  Beds on frames, no obstructions.  60 in. of circular clear space in rooms and bathroom.  Bathroom door 36 in. wide.  Roll-in shower.  Hand-held shower heads.  Sink height 36 in.  Wrapped pipes.  Handrails with toilet.  19 in seat height.  Room for lateral transfer.  Smoke alarms with flashing lights.  Lever handles.  Lowered closet rod and light switches.  One bedroom has a full size bed. Second bedroom has two twin size beds.

Cabin 13 is a three-bedroom, two-bathroom, wood-framed cabin with waterview; universally accessible with ADA-compliant fishing access. It has an ADA-compliant picnic table and a charcoal pedestal grill in the yard beside the cabin.

Lodges 14, 15 and 16 are Six-bedroom, three-bathroom, waterview facilities that are universally accessible in the kitchen, dining area, living room, one bedroom and one bath.

Call 1-800-933-7275 for reservations.

CAMPGROUNDS: 3 accessible campsites added to campground D.  Sites have extended accessible tables and specially designed accessible grills. Campground D's restroom is accessible. Campsites D-27 and D-35 are universally accessible.

PICNIC AREAS:  Located throughout park.  Wheelchair accessible picnic shelters available at shelters 1 and 4, tables 30-32 in. high. Concrete paths.  Covered shelters. Accessible restrooms near shelters 1 and 4.

CONCESSIONS:  Claytor Lake Water Sports, with a variety of pontoons, motorboats, paddleboards, canoes and kayaks,  can handle all your boat rental needs. They also rent bicycles for all ages and sizes. Call 540-731-8683 to make reservations.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:  Open 6 am - 10 pm. Park fees:

Although motorized vehicles are not permitted on park trails, electric powered wheelchairs and electric scooters that meet the federal definition for wheelchairs are allowed to enable people with disabilities to use the trails.


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