fishing piers in Gloucester County, Virginia

Fishing Piers
Gloucester County, Virginia





Gloucester Beach Park Fishing Pier
gloucester beach park fishing pier 1255 Greate Road
Gloucester Point, VA 23062


GPS 37° 14'45.78" N    76° 30'10.82" W
( Foot of pier )

The Gloucester Beach Park along the York River has a pier which is 325' in length with a 325' "T" at the end. The park also offers; pavilion, picnic tables, grills, playground, seasonal rinsing showers and restrooms or portolets.

Fishing Pier License sponsored by Gloucester Tourism.
No Fishing License required for fishing from pier.
Virginia residents may register with the Virginia Fisherman ID Program by calling 1-800-723-2728
or online.
Night fishing is allowed at GPBP while the Park is closed (11 pm to 5 am daily). Exception, when the park is closed due to damage. Only the pier is open, not the park areas.

A boat ramp is on site also.

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Public Fishing Piers in Gloucester County, Virginia

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Areas in Gloucester County, Virginia Include; Achilles, Bellamy, Dutton, Freeport, Gloucester, Gloucester Point, Gumfork, Hayes, Maryus, Pampa, Perrin, Shacklefords, Sign Pine, Tidemill, Mattaponi, Ware Neck and Whitemarsh.
Bodies of Brackish & Saltwater in Gloucester County, Virginia Include; Back Creek, Bill Browns Creek, Blevins Creek, Browns Bay, Bryant Bay, Butler Creek, Carter Creek, Caucus Bay, Davis Creek, Elmington Creek, Free School Creek, Heywood Creek, Holy Bush Creek, John West Creek, Little Monday Creek, Long Creek, Morris Bay, North River, Old House Creek, Piankatank River, Perrin River, Poropotank River, Rowens Creek, Sarah Creek, Severn River, Thomas Creek, Thorntons Creek, Timberneck Creek, Vaughns Creek, Ware River, Whittaker Creek, Willetts Creek, Wilson Creek and York River.

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