Eastern Virginia Mountain Bike Association

Building, Riding and Maintaining Trails in Southeastern Virginia
 

York River State Park


Location:
5526 Riverview Road
Williamsburg, Virginia 23188

Description:

York River State Park is a beautiful river front park that offers over 2500 acres of nature and history. The park is known for its delicate estuarine environment where fresh and salt water come together.

Park Facilities currently include a park office, estuary exhibits, restrooms, a bike wash, two playgrounds, a small pond, archeological sites, and plenty of parking.  All trails at the park are designated equestrian, hiking, biking, or multi-use.  This park has lots to offer, bring the family and make a day of it! There is a required VA state park parking fee.

Check trail maps at the park for locations of all trails.  Maps are available at the park office and at 2 trail kiosks along the back bone trail.  Trails are sometimes re-routed and may have changed since you last rode them!  Carry a map and cell phone with you, plan your route, and pay attention to all signs,.  Always know where you are on the trail!  In an emergency, you may need to refer to the trail name and last emergency access point or trail feature that you passed.



Directions:

From I-64 take exit 231B onto Croaker Road (Route 607). Turn right onto Moss Side Lane after 1 1/2 miles. At the end of Moss Side Lane bear right onto Riverview Road. Turn left onto York River Park Road after 1 1/2 miles. York River Park Road ends at the parking lot and visitor center.

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