Our location has enough activities to more than fill your week or weekend itinerary. Lake Anna, itself, is Virginia’s second largest lake stretching for 13,000 acres and featuring 200 miles of shoreline—opportunities for water sports abound. History and culture buffs can find a multitude of must-stops in Fredericksburg, Richmond and Charlottesville, all within about an hour’s drive of the winery.


House Concerts at Rocky’s Run
Acoustic performances by regional, national, and international artists are held in an intimate setting in Lake Anna. Concerts are held on Saturday evenings and Sunday afternoons. Times vary so check their online calendar.

Sports & Recreation

Lake Anna State Park
Lake Anna State Park has more than 13 miles of hiking trails, lakeshore picnicking, a guarded swimming beach, children’s play area, boat ramp, food concession stand, bathhouse and children’s and handicapped fishing pond.

Anna Point Marina Mineral:  540-895-5900 | Website
Dukes Creek Marina Bumpass 540-895-5065 | Website
High Point Marina Mineral 540-895-5249 | Website
Lake Anna Boat Rentals Mineral 540-895-0342 | Website
Max’s Wet & Wild Watercraft Spotsylvania 804-405-6261
Sturgeon Creek Marina Spotsylvania 540-895-5095 | Website
Wave Rider Personal Watercraft Rentals Mineral 804-405-6261 | Website


Augustine Golf Club Stafford 540-720-7374 | Website
Lee Hill Golfers Club Fredericksburg 540-891-0111 | Website
Meadows Farms Golf Course Locust Grove 540-854-9890 | Website
Shenandoah Crossing Gordonsville 540-832-9400 | Website
Somerset Locust Grove 540-423-1500 | Website
Tanyard Country Club Louisa 540-967-1889 | Website

Nearby Attractions


Forty-five minutes to the northeast. Just downstream from the falls of the Rappahannock River, Fredericksburg played significant roles in both the Revolutionary and Civil Wars. George Washington lived there during childhood, and Thomas Jefferson, George Mason and James Monroe all spent considerable time in town. Four of the Civil War’s most significant battles (Chancellorsville, Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania Court House, The Wilderness) took place in and around Fredericksburg over two years.

  • Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park 540-373-6122
  • Fredericksburg Area Museum and Cultural Center 540-371-3037
  • Fredericksburg Area Tourism 800-654-4118
  • Fredericksburg Visitor Center 800-678-4748
  • James Monroe Museum and Memorial Library 540-654-1043
  • Kenmore Manor House 540-373-3381
  • Mary Washington House 540-373-1776
  • Old Town Seg Tours 540-656-2760
  • Rising Sun Tavern 540-373-1776


An hour to the south-east lies Richmond, the state’s capital. With easy access to the ocean, mountains and Washington, D.C., Richmond also features terrific shopping and restaurants, historic sites, entertainment attractions and leisurely pursuits along the James River, one of the nation’s largest river park systems.

  • Lewis Ginter’s Botanical Gardens
  • National Battlefield Park 804-226-1981
  • Riverfront Boat Cruises and Canal Walk 804-648-6549
  • Science Museum of Virginia 800-659-1727
  • State Fairgrounds/Richmond International Raceway 804-345-7223
  • Virginia Museum of Fine Arts 804-340-1400


Charlottesville is an hour’s drive to the south-west and is the site of the University of Virginia, established by Thomas Jefferson. Also in town are the homes of three of America’s early presidents and a number of fantastic art museums and galleries.

  • Albemarle County Court House 434-296-5822
  • Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello 434-984-9800
  • James Madison’s Montpelier 540-672-2728
  • The Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection 434-244-0234
  • McGuffey Art Center 434-295-7973
  • James Monroe’s Ash Lawn-Highland 434-293-9539
  • University of Virginia Art Museum 434-924-7458
  • University of Virginia Campus Tours 434-982-3200
  • University of Virginia Visitor Center 434-924-7166
  • Virginia Discovery Museum 434-977-1025

Dinning and Lodging

Couple your visit to the winery with a relaxing, delicious meal at one of the area’s many fine restaurants. Or better yet, make a weekend of it with an overnight stay at a local inn, B&B or campground.

Angela’s Italian Restaurant Spotsylvania 540-582-5250
Anna Cabana Spotsylvania 540-895-4022
BB’s Barbecue Express Mineral 540-894-0500
Chelsea Jo’s Restaurant Spotsylvania 540-895-5070
Hubba’s Place Spotsylvania 540-895-9274
Gus’s Kitchen Spotsylvania 540-895-5444
Lakeview Restaurant at Hunters Landing Mineral 540-854-8333
Lighthouse Carryout at High Point Marina Spotsylvania 540-895-5249
Mineral Restaurant Mineral 540-894-4927
Odell’s Restaurant Gordonsville 540-832-5300
Tavern on the Rail Mineral 540-872-7245


Inns, B&Bs, Motels and rentals
Boxley Place Inn
103 Ellisville Drive
Louisa, VA 23093
Ginger Hill B&B
47 Holly Springs Drive
Louisa, VA 23093

Rocky’s Run Getaway
(House rental on the lake)
Guest House at Walnut Grove
7508 Belmont Road
Spotsylvania, VA 22553

Roxbury Mill B&B
6908 Roxbury Mill Road
Spotsylvania, VA 22553
La Vista Plantation
4420 Guinea Station Road Fredericksburg, Virginia 22408

Slate Run
(House rental on the lake)
888-710-2191 or 540-220-4886
Lake Anna Lodge
5152 Courthouse Road
Spotsylvania, VA 22551

Stevenson Ridge
6901 Meeting Street
Spotsylvania, VA 22553
Lighthouse Inn
4634 Courthouse Rd.
Mineral, VA 23117

Whistle Stop Bed & Breakfast
318 West Main Street
Louisa, VA 23093
Littlepage Inn
15701 Monrovia Rd.
Mineral, VA 23117

Also, Shenandoah National Park Hotels offers great rates on over 50 hotels near Shenandoah.

Christopher Run Campground
7149 Zachary Taylor Hwy.
Mineral, VA 23117

Dukes Creek Marina
Bumpass, VA

Lake Anna Family Campground
2983 New Bridge Road
Mineral, VA 23117

Small Country Campground
4400 Byrd Mill Road
Louisa, VA 23093

Vacation Rentals
Blount Realty Mineral 540-894-4400
Dockside Realty Mineral 540-895-9400
Lake Anna Realty Mineral 540-894-8888
Valere Realty Mineral 540-894-0445
Village Realty Spotsylvania 540-895-9212

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