Dogs must be kept on-leash. First time visitors to the Bark Park must register with Park Staff before entering the park. All dogs must be registered to enter the Bark Park.
T his acre recreational facility features two lakes, wetlands area, observation tower, nature programs, trails for hiking and biking, fishing, boat rentals, picnic areas, picnic shelters, children's playground, camping and a beautiful Nature Center, including a conference room and a classroom available for reservation. Park is open daily from sun rise to sun set. Nature Center daily hours 9ampm.
Can I drive my car to the camp grounds to unload my camping stuff? I love Sandy bottom, it has everything. The City of Hampton's premiere park is a acre
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Explore the most popular Lake trails in Sandy Bottom Nature Park with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you. Great trail and beautiful scenery! My dog loved it!
Sandy Bottom Nature Park is the premier nature preserve and wildlife management facility in Hampton. The park has an inspiring story of restoration, transforming from borrow pits and garbage dumps into acres of pristine, lush, reclaimed natural wilderness. Once you arrive at the 10, square foot nature center overlooking the rest of the park, there are many places to check out and things to do.
Create an Account - Increase your productivity, customize your experience, and engage in information you care about. Hampton's premier park is a acre environmental education and wildlife management facility. Born from borrow pits and garbage dumps, the park is truly a success story of reclamation of our natural resources.
Can I drive my car to the camp grounds to unload my camping stuff? Wonderful free nature preserve right in Hampton. Sandy Bottom Nature Park has nine camping sites, each suitable for two four- person tents and available under first-come first-serve rules. Sandy Bottom Nature Park does not allow you to drive your car to the campgrounds, so you need to make sure you travel light or rent a yurt.
Otey Shelton Trail is back open. Thanks to the Rangers who cut multiple down trees to get this trail back open. Yesterday we were called by Courtnie, who found some nestling birds on the ground before they belonged there.