Clean the Bay Day Locations

Thank you for your interest in 2017 Clean the Bay Day!

Online registration for Clean the Bay Day is now closed. But you may still join the effort at locations throughout Virginia! Please see below for a list of sites that need your help! We hope you will attend one of these sites on Saturday, June 3. Please arrive by 8:45 a.m. and make sure that you sign in/register when you arrive. Please see other pertinent details below.

Thank you so much for your interest in this important program. We look forward to seeing you out there for another beautiful Clean the Bay Day—29 years strong!

The following State Parks are seeking volunteers at their Clean the Bay Day event. Please note that if you volunteer at one of these sites you get free access to the park all day!

Bear Creek Lake State Park — Cumberland, VA Leesylvania State Park — Dale City, VA
Chippokes Plantation State Park — Surry, VA Mason Neck State Park — Woodbridge, VA
Douthat State Park — Clifton Forge, VA Sailors Creek State Park — Farmville, VA
High Bridge Trail State Park — Farmville, VA Shenandoah River State Park — Front Royal, VA
Holliday Lake State Park — Appomattox, VA Sky Meadows State Park — Front Royal, VA
James River State Park — Amherst, VA Twin Lakes State Park — Green Bay, VA
Kiptopeke State Park — Cape Charles, VA Westmoreland State Park — Montross, VA
Lake Anna State Park — Spotsylvania, VA York River State Park — Williamsburg, VA

 

Other sites seeking volunteers include:

Eastern Shore

  • Northampton County — Oyster, VA
    Site Name: TNC Living Shoreline
    Details/Directions: Cleaning The Nature Conservancy's properties and adjacent properties along the shoreline in Oyster, VA (Eastern Shore). At Cape Charles light on Highway 13, take US-13 BUS S/S Bayside Rd towards Cheriton. Make an eastbound turn onto Sunnyside Rd and follow that all the way into Oyster, keeping the harbor on your left. We'll meet at The Nature Conservancy's Living Shoreline on the left, just before you enter the village proper.
    Contact: Margaret Van Clief — mvanclief@tnc.org, 757-414-9227 

Central Virginia

  • High Bridge Trail State Park (1:30 p.m.-4:00 p.m.)
    Site Name: Gross's Branch
    Details/Directions: Volunteers will meet at the Second Street Municipal Parking Lot in Farmville, VA near the old Dowdy's Furniture building, behind MacAdoo's, at 1:30 pm.
    Contact: Craig Guthrie — craig.guthrie@dcr.virginia.gov, 434-315-0457

  • Hopewell Area Friends (Friends of Lower Appomattox River)
    Site Name: Hopewell Marina
    Details/Directions: 1051 Riverside Avenue, Hopewell, VA
    Contact: Johnny Partin — 804-909-2492

Northern Virginia

  • City of Manassas
    Site Name: Liberia Plantation
    Details/Directions: 8601 Portner Avenue, Manassas, VA. Park along Breeden Avenue.
    Contact: Christen Zenich — czenich@ci.manassas.va.us

  • Fairfax County Parks/Alexandria
    Site Name: Huntley Meadows Park
    Details/Directions: 3701 Lockheed Blvd, Alexandria, VA. Futher directions.

Peninsula

  • City of Williamsburg (adults only due to nearby roadway)
    Site Name: Waller Mill Park
    Details/Directions: Take Exit 238 (Camp Perry). Make a right at the light to turn onto Rochambeau, Make the first left onto Airport Rd, The Park Entrance is about a quarter mile down the road on the left.
    Contact: Mike VanAudenhove — MVanaude@williamsburgva.gov

Southside Hampton Roads

  • Virginia Beach
    Site Name: Landstown High School
    Details/Directions: 2001 Concert Drive, Virginia Beach, VA

  • City of Norfolk
    Site Name: Community Beach Park
    Details/Directions: Meet at Community Beach Park Shelter. Map.
    Contact: Lacie Wever — Alacia.Wever@norfolk.gov
  • Portsmouth
    Site Name: Portsmouth City Park Amphitheatre
    Details/Directions: Take I264 W to Portsmouth or I64 E to Portsmouth. Take the Portsmouth Boulevard exit and make a right from I264 or left from I64 onto City Park Avenue. Continue to the Pavilion and you will be directed.
    Contact: Amos Taylor — taylora@portsmouthva.gov

  • City of Chesapeake
    Site Name: Dismal Swamp Canal Trail
    Details/Directions: The Dismal Swamp Canal Trail is a former section of Virginia State Rt. 17, now a multi-use trail. The north trail head is located at the intersection of Dominion Blvd. and Old Rt. 17 in Chesapeake, VA.
    Contact: Elise Duncan — DDuncan@cityofchesapeake.net
  • City of Suffolk
    Site Name: Seaboard Coastline Trail, Part One: Driver to Shoulders Hill
    Details/Directions: Meeting at the Trail Parking Lot in Driver Village behind the Suffolk Humane Society building. Map.
    Contact: Wayne Jones — wjones@suffolkva.us

    Site Name: Seaboard Coastline Trail, Part Two: Shoulders Hill to Town Point Road
    Details/Directions: Meeting at the Trail Parking Lot on Town Point Road on the Suffolk/Chesapeake boarder.
    Contact: Wayne Jones — wjones@suffolkva.us

Thank you for your interest in 2017 Clean the Bay Day!

Online registration for Clean the Bay Day is now closed. But you may still join the effort at locations throughout Virginia! Please see below for a list of sites that need your help! We hope you will attend one of these sites on Saturday, June 3. Please arrive by 8:45 a.m. and make sure that you sign in/register when you arrive. Please see other pertinent details below.

Thank you so much for your interest in this important program. We look forward to seeing you out there for another beautiful Clean the Bay Day—29 years strong!

The following State Parks are seeking volunteers at their Clean the Bay Day event. Please note that if you volunteer at one of these sites you get free access to the park all day!

Bear Creek Lake State Park — Cumberland, VA Leesylvania State Park — Dale City, VA
Chippokes Plantation State Park — Surry, VA Mason Neck State Park — Woodbridge, VA
Douthat State Park — Clifton Forge, VA Sailors Creek State Park — Farmville, VA
High Bridge Trail State Park — Farmville, VA Shenandoah River State Park — Front Royal, VA
Holliday Lake State Park — Appomattox, VA Sky Meadows State Park — Front Royal, VA
James River State Park — Amherst, VA Twin Lakes State Park — Green Bay, VA
Kiptopeke State Park — Cape Charles, VA Westmoreland State Park — Montross, VA
Lake Anna State Park — Spotsylvania, VA York River State Park — Williamsburg, VA

 

Other sites seeking volunteers include:

Eastern Shore

  • Northampton County — Oyster, VA
    Site Name: TNC Living Shoreline
    Details/Directions: Cleaning The Nature Conservancy's properties and adjacent properties along the shoreline in Oyster, VA (Eastern Shore). At Cape Charles light on Highway 13, take US-13 BUS S/S Bayside Rd towards Cheriton. Make an eastbound turn onto Sunnyside Rd and follow that all the way into Oyster, keeping the harbor on your left. We'll meet at The Nature Conservancy's Living Shoreline on the left, just before you enter the village proper.
    Contact: Margaret Van Clief — mvanclief@tnc.org, 757-414-9227 

Central Virginia

  • High Bridge Trail State Park (1:30 p.m.-4:00 p.m.)
    Site Name: Gross's Branch
    Details/Directions: Volunteers will meet at the Second Street Municipal Parking Lot in Farmville, VA near the old Dowdy's Furniture building, behind MacAdoo's, at 1:30 pm.
    Contact: Craig Guthrie — craig.guthrie@dcr.virginia.gov, 434-315-0457

  • Hopewell Area Friends (Friends of Lower Appomattox River)
    Site Name: Hopewell Marina
    Details/Directions: 1051 Riverside Avenue, Hopewell, VA
    Contact: Johnny Partin — 804-909-2492

Northern Virginia

  • City of Manassas
    Site Name: Liberia Plantation
    Details/Directions: 8601 Portner Avenue, Manassas, VA. Park along Breeden Avenue.
    Contact: Christen Zenich — czenich@ci.manassas.va.us

  • Fairfax County Parks/Alexandria
    Site Name: Huntley Meadows Park
    Details/Directions: 3701 Lockheed Blvd, Alexandria, VA. Futher directions.

Peninsula

  • City of Williamsburg (adults only due to nearby roadway)
    Site Name: Waller Mill Park
    Details/Directions: Take Exit 238 (Camp Perry). Make a right at the light to turn onto Rochambeau, Make the first left onto Airport Rd, The Park Entrance is about a quarter mile down the road on the left.
    Contact: Mike VanAudenhove — MVanaude@williamsburgva.gov

Southside Hampton Roads

  • Virginia Beach
    Site Name: Landstown High School
    Details/Directions: 2001 Concert Drive, Virginia Beach, VA

  • City of Norfolk
    Site Name: Community Beach Park
    Details/Directions: Meet at Community Beach Park Shelter. Map.
    Contact: Lacie Wever — Alacia.Wever@norfolk.gov
  • Portsmouth
    Site Name: Portsmouth City Park Amphitheatre
    Details/Directions: Take I264 W to Portsmouth or I64 E to Portsmouth. Take the Portsmouth Boulevard exit and make a right from I264 or left from I64 onto City Park Avenue. Continue to the Pavilion and you will be directed.
    Contact: Amos Taylor — taylora@portsmouthva.gov

  • City of Chesapeake
    Site Name: Dismal Swamp Canal Trail
    Details/Directions: The Dismal Swamp Canal Trail is a former section of Virginia State Rt. 17, now a multi-use trail. The north trail head is located at the intersection of Dominion Blvd. and Old Rt. 17 in Chesapeake, VA.
    Contact: Elise Duncan — DDuncan@cityofchesapeake.net
  • City of Suffolk
    Site Name: Seaboard Coastline Trail, Part One: Driver to Shoulders Hill
    Details/Directions: Meeting at the Trail Parking Lot in Driver Village behind the Suffolk Humane Society building. Map.
    Contact: Wayne Jones — wjones@suffolkva.us

    Site Name: Seaboard Coastline Trail, Part Two: Shoulders Hill to Town Point Road
    Details/Directions: Meeting at the Trail Parking Lot on Town Point Road on the Suffolk/Chesapeake boarder.
    Contact: Wayne Jones — wjones@suffolkva.us

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