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Pleasants Landing is a 12-acre privately owned waterfront park located in Louisa county VA. Pleasants is encouraging patrons to continue practicing social distancing while visiting the park. Pleasants Landing remains open at this time. Being outdoors in nature is a great way to get much-needed fresh air and exercise.
In addition, Pleasants Landing is waiving the park free for anyone who is just stopping in for a “quick walk”. Pleasants has noticed quite a few picnickers on the property and would like to remind them that park fees have been cut in half. This will remain in effect until the Covid19 concerns are behind us. Please visit the park office to pay fees.
Pleasants Landing has relocated their picnic tables spacing them out by at least 50 feet in an effort to maintain a safe social distance between groups. So, whether you desire to take a walk, bring a chair and sit in the sun or even fly a kite over at Pleasants landing, Pleasants ask that you continue to practice your safe social distancing.
Many boaters are launching their boats and taking the family out on the lake. This is a great way to maintain social distancing and ensure you have quality family time. For those renting boats, Pleasants will only be checking out one boat at a time. The boat launch remains open 24/7 with the standard fee of five dollars in and five dollars out.
Last but not least, the beach areas are not open to swimmers until May 3rd. Pleasants will evaluate the possibility of opening the park to swimmers at that time. The good news is that over the winter, Pleasants created a monthly pass for their local neighbors. Monthly passes will be available at the following prices adults $25.00, youth $15.00, or a family park pass for four (2 adults and 2 youth) $70.00.
Pleasants asks that if you appear unhealthy, or if you appear to have a cold, please stay home and recuperate. If a PL attendant expresses concern and ask (out of the safety for staff and guests) that you leave the park, then please oblige, without protest, so that they may keep this park open for all of our lake community neighbors.