Central Virginia Lakes A-Z
Central Virginia Lakes and Reservoirs
|Lake Name||Lake Summary|
|Briery Creek Lake||
Also known as: Briery Creek Reservoir
With his tackle checked and ready and a thermos of coffee to fortify him against the early spring chill, the fisherman climbs into his boat in the pre-dawn ...
|Lake Anna||Lake Anna, covering 13,000 acres of central Virginia, is one of the largest freshwater lakes in the state. It spans Virginia's Northern and Central tourism ...|
|Lake Chesdin||With some of the best freshwater sport fishing and recreation in Virginia, it's hard to believe that Lake Chesdin is only 30 minutes from metropolitan ...|
|Lake Monticello||Lake Monticello, located amidst the gentle rolling hills of Central Virginia, is a private community with a beautiful 350-acre lake. Within easy distance ...|
|Lake of the Woods||Nestled between Fredericksburg and Culpeper, Virginia, Lake of the Woods is a private residential community consisting of two lakes. Located in Central ...|
Also known as: Leesville Reservoir
The 3000+ acre Leesville Lake is another of Virginia's prolific fishing and outdoor recreation reservoirs. It is part of the Smith Mountain Lake hydropower ...
|Sandy River Reservoir||A kayaker slips into a secluded cove and ducks under the rock overhang. On the main body of the lake, a fishing boat carrying a family passes by, the ...|
|Smith Mountain Lake||With emerald green shores, sapphire blue skies, and topaz blue waters, it's clear why Smith Mountain Lake is nicknamed "Jewel of the Blue Ridge." Nestled ...|
|Swift Creek Lake||Just 20 miles from Richmond, Virginia in Chesterfield County, Swift Creek Lake offers a respite for weary city dwellers and plenty of fish and wildlife ...|
|Swift Creek Reservoir||Surrounded by secluded communities, beautiful Swift Creek Reservoir is the perfect respite in the suburban jungle. Just 20 minutes southwest of Richmond ...|