We camped at Westmoreland for four nights in early July. The campground is mostly wooded and the sites are about average sized for Virginia state parks. There are some very nice private sites for tents, but most of the hookup sites are less private. There are several miles of hiking trails and we were surprised at the steepness of the terrain, given the park's location near the Chesapeake Bay. The trails go through woods with large trees, through marshes, and to beaches along the Potomac River. There is a wide variety of interesting plants along the trails. The beaches are supposed to be good for fossil hunting, but we didn't spend much time looking. We also saw many birds, including bald eagles and ospreys. There is a nice pool and picnic area. Fredericksburg is about 20 miles away and is an interesting historic town worth a day's visit. I would recommend the park for a 2-4 day visit.
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