June 21, 2021
This site is on the Hollingsworth side of the park and located .6 miles down the Bass Bight Trail. This site looks over a quiet meadow nestled in-between the banks of the Shenandoah River and the Massanutten Mountain range looming in the background. The area is home to a variety of animals, including Black Bears, Bluebirds, White Tail Deer, and Wood Ducks. The photos from this site will provide a first-hand look at the changing of the season as well as the interconnected environmental changes between the river, floodplain and riparian buffer to the upland forests.
Seven Bends State Park is a day-use park located in the geographically unique Seven Bends area of the North Fork of the Shenandoah River. Seven Bends State Park provides public access to the North Fork of the Shenandoah River and features two hand-carry boat launches, picnic areas, one single family-sized picnic shelter, vault restrooms, and 8 miles of hiking trails. The park provides water and land based outdoor recreational and educational opportunities while protecting and interpreting the spectacular scenic viewshed and geological, natural and historical resources of the storied seven bends area.
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