Lake Anna Cabin Rentals

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Lake Anna Cabin RentalsWhile there are commercialized hotels near Lake Anna State Park, most visitors seek lodging that is more in keeping with their day time outdoor adventures. The park has spaces for tent camping, recreational vehicles (RV), a seven person bunkhouse lodge and popular Lake Anna cabin rentals. Tent and RV campers benefit from the park’s electricity and water hookups as well as the hot showers available in the park’s many bathhouses, and all campers can take advantage of the park’s coin laundry facilities. The cabins at the state park are two bedroom models that are designed to house up to six people. The dwellings are situated for views of the woods or the lake, and Lake Front cabins are reserved the fastest.

Lake Anna Cabin RentalsThe two bedroom, wood framed, cabins at Lake Anna State Park are climate controlled and furnished with two beds, a pull out queen sleeper sofa and a single set of linens for each bed and the sofa. The rooms also contain rustic furnishings like night stands and dressers as well as closets. All cabins have a basic shower bath combination bathroom that is tiled and furnished with a set of towels for each guest. The cabins also have living rooms with cozy fireplaces to set the atmosphere for intimate conversations or family friendly board games. Park goers can prepare their meals in fully-equipped kitchens when they choose Lake Anna cabin rentals. The kitchens contain refrigerators, stoves, microwaves, toasters, table settings and cookware. When visitors stay in one of the park’s cabins they only have to bring food, dish detergent, soap, clothes and entertainment.

Lake Anna List Your HomeRenting cabins at Lake Anna State Park allows visitors to have easy access to all that the park has to offer. For example, they can get up early and beat large summer crowds for the best spots on the park’s well-appointed lake front beach. Their cabin rental fee includes free admission to the swimming areas and boat slips. Additionally, they can set off on one of the park’s 11 hiking trails and end their day with a private cookout right on their cabin’s property. State park cabins have wrap around porches, rocking chairs, picnic tables, pedestal yard grills and relaxing views of the park’s lake or wooded areas.

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