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Virginia

Buggs Island Lake

Bug out in Southern Virginia at the John H. Kerr Reservoir/Buggs Island Lake.  The lake is Virginia’s largest, boasting 800 miles of shoreline to indulge adventurers’ passions for water-skiing, fishing, sailing and swimming. Dock your boat at the lake or enjoy the camping site

Visit Virginia's largest lake! John H. Kerr Reservoir / Buggs Island Lake is more than 50,000 acres of fresh water with over 800 miles of beautiful shoreline. Surround yourself with natural beauty by launching a boat and see where it takes you.

Quiet coves are waiting to be explored. You can indulge your adventurous side with water sports such as skiing, fishing, sailing & swimming. It offers other recreation such as camping, hiking, bicycling, hunting, & golfing. Listed as the number one Crappie fishing lake in the U.S. by "In-Fisherman" magazine, Kerr Lake is host to state and national fishing tournaments. As night falls, watch gorgeous sunsets.

The perfect escape for fun and relaxation is nestled along the shores. Dock your boat in Clarksville On The Lake.

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Buggs Island Lake is more than 50,000 acres of fresh water with over 800 miles of beautiful shoreline.
Buggs Island Lake is more than 50,000 acres of fresh water with over 800 miles of beautiful shoreline.

   
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GPS Coordinates

1 -- Occoneechee State Park
Decimal Lat: 36.607529 / Lon: -78.48985
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