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Beaverdam Reservoir

Things To Do

Boating

Enjoy a beautiful day on the placid waters of Beaverdam Reservoir. Guests can bring their own non-gas, car-top launch vessels during daylight hours including kayaks, canoes, jon boats and stand up paddleboards. Small electric motors are permitted, but trailers are not permitted (Beaverdam does not have a boat launch).  

Boating

Fishing

Guests of Beaverdam Reservoir can enjoy fishing at Beaverdam Reservoir, both on shore and by boat. The Reservoir has been stocked with fish and several species roam the calm waters, perfect for fisherman of any skill level. For those choosing to fish from a boat, Beaverdam allows only non-gas, car-top launch vessels. Virginia fishing license required for ages 16 and older.

Fishing

Beaverdam Reservoir, trail

Hiking Trails

Enjoy a leisurely one and a half mile hike along the western bank of Beaverdam Reservoir. The trail, which travels through the woods along the reservoir offers an opportunity to see a variety of wildlife, including an array of different birds. The trail also offers some wonderful views of the reservoir.

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Scholastic Rowing

Beaverdam is available to participating scholastic rowing teams for practice purposes. Rowing teams use the space based on prior agreements with Loudoun Water and NOVA Parks.

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