405 Mollies Creek Rd.
Ranger Station: (434) 332-6660
Address above is not to be used for mail delivery to members.
In the heart of Virginia, rolling hills and farmlands border the Lynchburg Preserve. The beautiful lake on the property offers swimming beaches, fishing and canoeing. Local attractions include the Natural Bridge (one of the Natural Wonders of the World) and the historic town of Lynchburg.
Campsites: 191 full hookups, 32 power and water only.
Rentals: 4 trailers.
Adult center, athletic field, basketball court, beach, beach volleyball court, family center, fishing lakes, hiking trails, horseshoe pits, laundry facilities, mini-golf, pavilion, playground, shuffleboard, spa, swimming pool, tennis court, volleyball courts, Wi-Fi access.
Points of Interest
GPS Coordinates: N 37° 12' 36.39" W 79° 2' 50.20"; elevation is 740 feet.
From Lynchburg: Take Hwy. 501 south to Rustburg. Turn on Hwy. 24 for one mile. Turn right onto Hwy. 615 and go six miles to Hwy. 650. Turn right. The preserve entrance is 1/2 mile on the right.
From the east: Follow Route 460 west to Concord. Turn onto Hwy. 24 and travel 8 miles to Hwy. 615. Turn onto Hwy. 615 and travel 6 miles to Hwy. 650. Turn right onto Hwy. 650. The preserve entrance is located 1/2 mile on the right.
From the south: Travel north on Hwy. 501 to Gladys, turn right onto Hwy. 652 and travel 1.5 miles to Hwy. 650. Turn onto Hwy. 650. The preserve is three miles on the left.
From the south (alternate): Travel north on Hwy. 29 to Hwy. 24, 12 miles north of Altavista. Turn right on Hwy. 24 and travel 6 miles through Rustburg to Hwy. 615. Travel 6 miles to Hwy. 650 and turn right. Preserve is 1/2 mile on the right.
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