Fairy Stone State Park
Fairy Stone State Park, the largest of Virginia's six original state parks, is home to its namesake fairy stones. These rare mineral crosses and the park's scenic beauty, rich history and ample recreational opportunities make it a local and regional favorite. The Civilian Conservation Corps originally built the park, its lake and many structures still in use. The park offers accommodations at the Fairy Stone Lodge, cabins, camping or a bunkhouse. Outdoor activities include swimming, hiking, fishing, boating and hunting. Many folks just enjoy discovering the birds and wildlife that share the area. A Visitor Center and Gift Shop provide information and shopping opportunities.