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The beautiful hardwoods makes for a lovely fall walk shuffling through the brilliant red and yellow fallen leaves. Spring is wonderful for viewing the perennials. Lake views are appealing any season.

This easy 1.7-mile hike takes the hiker through a hardwood forest of maple and oak with beautiful views of the lake. There is a resting bench about midway. This trail leads to site of 1832 Glenora Plantation, home of many Washington, D.C. aristocrat parties.

Directions: From Fredericksburg, VA, Lake Anna State Park is adjacent to Route 601 off Route 208, 25 miles southwest of Fredericksburg and 55 miles northwest of Richmond. From park entrance, follow signs to Visitor Center. Old Pond Trail begins behind the Visitor Center.

Elevation: 350 feet

Elevation Gain: Minimal

Distance: 1.7 miles

Difficulty: Easy

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Lake Anna State Park, Virginia

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