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Gov. Youngkin dedicates Seven Bends State Park

An email from Governor Glenn Youngkin announced the official dedication of Seven Bends State Park.

The Governor was on hand to cut the ribbon on the park Tues. June 14 in Shenandoah County.

The Governor called the park a wonderful addition to the 41 Virginia State Parks.

Adding that the park provides additional access to the North Fork of the Shenandoah River.

The Governor was joined by Senator Mark Obenshain and Woodstock Resident Virginia Speaker of the House Todd Gilbert.

The park consist of over 1,000 acres in the geographically unique Seven Bends area of the North Fork of the Shenandoah River.

The park was amassed through several land donations from the town of Woodstock, Dr. James R. Myers and purchases of land from Massanutten Military Academy by the state.

Area resident Gilbert said at the ceremony that he is committed to state parks and understands the importance of working to further their mission.

Outdoor exploration at Seven Bends State Park continues to be very popular as nearly 84,000 visitors came to the park in 2021.

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