Little Creek Reservoir Park
- Boat Access/Launch
- Boat Rental
- Canoe/Kayak Rental
- Natural Area
- Picnic Areas
- Wildlife Viewing
About Little Creek Reservoir Park
This 996-acre scenic park is a fisherman's paradise! Little Creek Reservoir offers year-round fishing and picnicking and features a concession facility, playground, soft mulch trail and a shelter with grills.
The fishing is great! The Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries recognized one Little Creek Reservoir Park patron as the 2015 Angler of the Year. The striped bass, 32 pounds and 42 inches, caught in the reservoir was the largest officially registered striped bass with the Virginia Angler Recognition Program for 2015.
Electric trolling motors are the only motors permitted on the reservoir. Electric motors are available to rent at our Guest Services Office. Visit our Park Fees page for more information about rental fees.
Shelter & Boat Rentals
Looking for space to host a special celebration, family picnic or birthday party? Shelter includes picnic tables and grills located next to a playground. Launch your boat from our paved boat ramp. Jon boats, canoes and kayaks are available for rent; we provide all the necessary equipment. Visit our Park Fees page for more information about reserving shelter space or renting and launching boats.
Enjoy a 1-mile hike along the multi-use trail to take in nature and local wildlife.
- Fishing Tournament Reservation Form (PDF)
- Instructional Class Park Use Permit (PDF)
- Mobile Food Vending Park Use Permit (PDF)
- Rules & Regulations (PDF)
- Paddle Craft Storage License (PDF)
- Park Brochure & Map (PDF)
- Park Use Permit Application (PDF)
- Public Facilities Rules & Regulations (PDF)
- Shelter Reservation Form (PDF)
Little Creek Reservoir Park is a dog-friendly park. Dogs must be under complete and immediate control of owners at all times and must be on a leash no longer than 8 feet. Animals are not allowed in the reservoir. Owners are responsible for removing dog waste. Litter bags are available and guests should use only what they need while using the trail.