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Chris Greene Lake Park

4748 Chris Greene Lake Road

239 total acres (with 53 water acres and 2 beach acres)

Amenities:
3 miles of trails; wheelchair-accessible playground; 8 tables and 5 grills scattered throughout the park; seasonal restrooms; 2 picnic shelters, 6 picnic tables each, with open grills and electricity.

Swimming:
Daily 11:00am to 7:00pm. (from Memorial Day weekend thru Labor Day, except on the days when Albemarle County Schools are in session)

Fishing:
A Virginia State Fishing License is required. A wheelchair-accessible fishing pier is available.  All bass 12 to 15 inches must be released immediately.  Five bass per day limit.  All other State Regulations apply.  Click here for the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries

Boating:
U.S. Coast Guard-approved boats and crafts are welcome. Gasoline-powered motors are prohibited. Electric motors are allowed.

Dog Park:
Chris Greene Lake Park has a 1 acre fenced in area for dogs to run off-leash, with a roped water access for dogs to swim.  Open until dark every day.

Hours: 
Parks are generally open for daylight hours all year. Specific hours for each park are posted at park entrance.



Reviews

Derek Davis

Rating:
Sunday, May 6, 2018
This is a pretty park to visit. It offers a beautiful lake for fishing and kayaking. It has hiking and biking trails and picnic shelters. There is a playground for kids and a dog park for the four legged ones. They offer swimming in the lake at the beach during the summer. The only negative is that they charge a fee during the summer months. Overall it is a very nice place to visit.

Mike Hammond

Rating:
Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Nice lake area we like to pack a picnic lunch and go sit at one of there picnic table and enjoy lunch and the outdoors. They have a walking trail and dog park that right on the water for the dogs that love water. They have a public beach area that is small and gets crowded fast. Off season it's free to enjoy the park area.

Anna Long

Rating:
Thursday, May 3, 2018
The best dog park ever. There's always at least one or two dogs there. It's a huge space, probably two or three acres, and it's on the water front of the lake, at least fifty feet of shore line. It's a small walk through the woods to get to it, which isn't super well labelled,but it's very worth it when you get there!

Amanda Vogel

Rating:
Sunday, Feb. 25, 2018
Well maintained park, with trails, a playground, lake beach, dock and fenced in dog park. Absolutely stunning in late fall. Beautiful sunsets all times of year.

Daniel Boggs

Rating:
Wednesday, May 2, 2018
Fun place to fish. All kinds of fishing opportunity around the lake..

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