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Widewater State Park is located on a peninsula of the Potomac River where it converges with Aquia Creek in Northern Virginia. The Park provides access to both bodies of water for canoeing and kayaking as well as various other activities across its 1,089 acres.
The park lies on two, non-contiguous parcels surrounded by private property with both being open for access. The park has a visitor center, picnic shelters, playgrounds, restrooms, canoe-kayak launches and a hiking trail.
The park highlights the area’s natural, historic, and recreational resources.