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This is a nice quick hike that is fairly easy.

Encircling the 40-acre Goodwin Lake is a relatively easy 1.5-mile loop trail that crosses a couple bridges and travels past the boat launch, all the while offering splendid views of a very historic lake. The hike begins in the picnic area and loops around the lake and ends at the park road. Just follow the park road across the dam back to the picnic area to complete the loop.

The area's history is depicted on the walls of Cedar Crest.

Directions: From Burkeville, VA, Twin Lakes is located 5 miles east of Burkeville, Virginia. Take U.S. 360 west to Rt. 621. Follow Rt. 621 a few miles turning left on Rt. 629. After the contact station, turn left. Follow this road to the boat launch. The trail begins at the end of the road / parking area. There is not a trailhead, however, you will see the path.

Elevation: 550 feet

Elevation Gain: Minimal

Difficulty: Easy

 
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Twin Lakes State Park, Virginia


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