Visitors to Todd Lake Recreation Area enjoy a historic campground complete with universally accessible beach. A volleyball court, horseshoe pits, children’s playground and an onsite campground host make this location an ideal place to spend a relaxing summer afternoon. Explore multiple trails from this location popular amongst mountain biking, backpacking, and hiking enthusiasts.
At a Glance
Day use: $5.00 per walk-in or vehicle. Camping: $16.00 per site per night.
Mid May to mid November
Not suitable for large RVs. Dump station is available. Showers available for Todd Lake campers only.
Drinking water available
Bath houses have hot showers and flush toilets
North River Ranger District: 540-432-0187
Directions: From Harrisonburg, VA: Travel south on State Route 42 for 9.2 miles, passing through the town of Bridgewater. Just south of Bridgewater, turn right onto State Route 747. Travel 7.3 miles to intersection with State Route 730. Turn left and follow Rt. 730 for 6.2 miles. Then turn right onto State Route 718 for 1.0 miles. Then turn left onto FDR 95 and travel 3.1 miles to Todd Lake Recreation Area. Trimble Mountain Trail is located across the road near the entrance to the campground.