Around Lake Anna
Links, Links, and More Links
Explore this page to find out about Lake Anna boat rentals, entertainment, restaurants, and more.
Check the Visit Louisa site to get to know the County. There’s also a “Visit Louisa” app to alert you to area activites while you’re out and about.
Be sure to go to the bottom of the page to view an informative video from a local realtor.
Both Lake Anna Blue Sails and Blue Skies at Lake Anna are on the public side, so Lake Anna boat rentals can easily be delivered to the dock at either property.
Guests frequently ask about Lake Anna boat rentals as well as rentals of pontoons, jet skies, kayaks, canoes, paddle boats, water bikes, wakeboard equipment, and more.
Find fuel and boat repair on the Public Side. There are no marinas on the Private Side.
Emergencies happen, even on vacation. Locate help for People and Pets.
Lake Anna offers many dining choices. A few can even be accessed by boat from the Public Side.
There are many entertainment options at Lake Anna, including some of the restaurants . Many of the hangouts at Lake Anna are kid friendly. A few are pet friendly, but call ahead to be sure.
What did you forget? Locate groceries, dry goods, water toys, fuel, firewood, ice, beer, liquor, and more.
Find the denomination of your choice. Elk Creek Babtist Church even offers waterfront services in season.
Check out Lake Anna Life for more things to do around the lake. My neighbors, Chris and Chrissie, maintain this site and publish the magazine that you are likely to see at area businesses. They have lived at and loved the lake since 1983. They know about Lake Anna Life!
Chris owns McCotter’s Guide Servie so be sure to consider him for your guided fishing trip. He writes in Lake Anna Life about fishing. Pay attention to this guy’s advice – he knows his fishing.