Accotink Adventure Camp (9-13 yrs.)

(9-13 yrs.) Join us for the ultimate outdoor camp! Activities include boating (learning about kayaking techniques and equipment), fishing, hiking, off road biking, camping skills, animal tracking, animal identification and more. Bring snack, lunch and water bottle. Camps run rain or shine. Contact park for details on extreme weather days. No camp June 20 and July 4. Once registered, download camp forms from website.


Eco-Warriors (8-12 yrs)

(8-12 yrs.) Become an eco-warrior and tackle our changing climate. Investigate how human activity is changing the world and make a difference with eco-friendly projects like making your own compost bin, upcycling your trash into art, planting a tree and much more. Crafts and experiments daily. Riverbend Park camps will experience a kayak trip, hiking and other outdoor activities. Once registered, download camp forms from website.


Fishing Adventures (12-15 yrs.)

(12-15 yrs.) Fish from shore and on kayaks as you work on fishing skills with our experienced instructors. Enjoy an eight-mile float trip by kayak for smallmouth bass along the Potomac River. Bring snack, lunch and water bottle. Once registered, download camp forms from website.


Intro to Kayaking (12-Adult)

(12-Adult) This introductory-level class is perfect for beginners or for those who want to learn how to paddle more efficiently. Learn about different kayaks, paddles, personal flotation devices and safety gear. On the water, learn to move the boat in every direction using forward and reverse strokes, a turning stroke, a slice stroke and stopping maneuvers.


Intro to Kayaking (12-Adult) by Vendor

(12-Adult) This introductory-level class is perfect for beginners or for those who want to learn how to paddle more efficiently. Learn about different kayaks, paddles, personal flotation devices and safety gear. On the water, learn to move the boat in every direction using forward and reverse strokes, a turning stroke, a slice stroke and stopping maneuvers. Kayaks and equipment are provided.


Jr. Potomac Adventures

(8-12 yrs.) Explore the Potomac by land, air and water. During this weeklong adventure, campers sample a variety of thrills. Junior Adventurers enjoy rock climbing, kayaking, ropes course, SUP and hiking. Bring lunch and drink. No camp July 4. Once registered, download camp forms from website.


Kayak Fishing (12-Adult) by Vendor

(12-Adult) Instructors from Fish and Explore will cover fishing and kayaking basics, including use of spinning gear, tackle selection, kayak strokes and water safety. Kayaks and fishing gear will be provided. Participants 16 and older must have a valid Virginia fishing license.


Kayak Rolling (13+) & kayak rental

Here's an opportunity for experienced students to practice skills in kayaks or C-1 canoes under the guidance of an instructor. Student must have prior experience before signing up for this course. Kayaks are available on a first-come, first-served basis for an additional fee.


Kayak Rolling (13-Adult)

Here's an opportunity for experienced students to practice skills in kayaks or C-1 canoes under the guidance of an instructor. Students must have prior experience before signing up for this course. Kayaks are available on a first-come, first-served basis for an additional fee. ~


Kayak Tour-Seneca to Riverbend (14-Adult

(14-Adult) This eight-mile river journey begins in the lazy waters above the old Seneca Dam. Then this lake-like stretch the pace quickens through riffles and small rapids as we weave through Seneca Breaks, glide past Watkins Island and finally turn the bend to Riverbend. Previous kayaking experience is required for this tour. Kayaks provided, one person per kayak. Download waiver and bring completed forms to tour. https://go.usa.gov/xnJUB. Canceled if inclement weather or hazardous river conditions.


Lakeside Nature Discovery Camp (6-10 yrs.)

(6-10 yrs.) Campers enjoy guided nature hikes, crafts, fishing and boat rides (boats vary depending on availability and may include kayak, rowboat, tour boat). Shaded trails and lakefronts are perfect settings for exploring creatures and plants that live in our streams, lakes and forests. Bring lunch, snack and water bottle. Lake Accotink meets at the large shelter by marina; Burke Lake meets at shelter C. Camps run rain or shine. Contact park for details on extreme weather days. No camp June 20 and July 4. Once registered, download camp forms from website.


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