Hickory Hollow Natural Area Preserveupdated: March 2015

SITE DESCRIPTION:

Hickory Hollow's 254 acres of mixed pine-hardwood forest, ravines and Cabin Swamp form an important habitat for migratory songbirds, wild turkey and a rare plant. Cabin swamp is an exceptional quality wetland community that supports a very high diversity - perhaps 500 plant species - including several mountain disjuncts.

VISITATION: 

This preserve has public parking and a system of hiking trails. The preserve is open from sunrise to sunset.

DRIVING DIRECTIONS: 

From Kilmarnock, follow VA 3 towards Lancaster. Just before you reach Lancaster, turn right onto VA 604. The preserve is on your left.

ALTERNATE CONTACT:  

Rick Myers, Stewardship Manager, Department of Conservation and Recreation, Division of Natural Heritage, Rick.Myers@dcr.virginia.gov, 804-371-6204


Contact Hickory Hollow Natural Area Preserve


Contact Hickory Hollow Natural Area Preserve

Rebecca Wilson, Regional Supervisor
Department of Conservation and Recreation, Division of Natural Heritage
Virginia
Phone: 804-720-4295


 

Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Lancaster County, Virginia


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