OverviewAfton State Park is a beach located in Afton, United States. The beach is approximately half a mile long with soft, golden sand. Visitors can enjoy swimming, fishing, boating, and hiking. Afton State Park has amenities such as bathroom access, picnic tables, and a concession stand. Please note that there are no lifeguards on duty and dogs are not allowed on the beach.
ActivitiesAttractions near the beach include hiking trails, camping, and bird watching. The park is known for its scenic views and is a popular spot for weddings and other outdoor events.
ParkingThere is a parking lot available for visitors to use at Afton State Park, and it is paid parking. It is recommended to arrive early in the day to secure a parking spot.
Fun FactFun fact: Afton State Park was established in 1969 and is named after the town of Afton, which was made famous by the novel "Afton of Margate Castle" by Eleanor Stackhouse Atkinson.
AttractionsAttractions near the beach include hiking trails, camping, and bird watching. The park is known for its scenic views and is a popular spot for weddings and other outdoor events.
RestaurantsNearby restaurants include The Current Restaurant, which offers American cuisine and has a patio with scenic views, and Swirl Wine Bar, which offers a selection of wines and small plates.
HotelsThere are no hotels within Afton State Park, but there are several hotels in the nearby towns of Woodbury and Stillwater. These include the Courtyard by Marriott, the AmericInn by Wyndham, and the Water Street Inn, which is a historic hotel located in downtown Stillwater.