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Pamunkey Trail takes the hiker to scenic views of the York River.

Like the Mattaponi Trail, Pamunkey Trail is also named after the Indians which once inhabited the area and the river which flows into the York River. This trail cuts through the forest from Backbone Trail and takes the hiker to a beautiful panoramic view of the York River. It is an easy footpath and is 0.9-mile.

Directions: From Williamsburg, VA, From Williamsburg, take I-64 north to Croaker Exit 231B. Go north on Rt. 607 for 1 mile. Turn right onto Rt. 606. The park entrance is on the left about 1.5 miles. Park in the first parking area on the right and hike Woodstock Pond south .8 mile until it intersects with Backbone Trail and turn right onto Backbone for approximately .7 mile to the intersection of Pamunkey.

Elevation: 60 feet

Elevation Gain: Minimal

Difficulty: Easy

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York River State Park, Virginia

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