Queens Lake is a mature, picturesque, cordial community located on the Great Virginia Peninsula in York County. It is connected to Williamsburg, Virginia, by a short, scenic drive along the Colonial Parkway and sits almost midway between Jamestown and Yorktown. It is bordered by Queens Creek to the North and West and the Colonial Parkway to the South.
On its Eastern border lies New Quarter Park, 545 acre county park offering multi-use trails, disc golfing, picnic shelters & sports courts. The park is a valuable resource for those who enjoy hiking, birding, and watching wildlife.
The Queens Lake Community Association, Inc. (QLCA) provides a fully appointed complex of facilities and hosts community events throughout the year, making Queens Lake a wonderful place to live.
Queens Lake amenities include:
- Queens Lake – fresh water stretching more than a mile are perfect for boating and filled with largemouth bass, bream, and other fish
- The Marina is located on Queens Creek and provides both indoor and outdoor slips with immediate access to the York River and the Chesapeake Bay
- Two swimming pools
- Three tennis courts
- A large playing field with a softball diamond
- A playground
- The clubhouse overlooking Queens Creek is sized to accommodate large social gatherings both public and private.
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In 2002 and 2010 Queens Lake received the York County “Neighborhood of the Year” award in the category of Beautification. In 2006, it received the same award in the category of Neighborhood Cooperation and Spirit.
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QUEENS LAKE & PRINCESS POND Queens Lake and Princess Pond are private lakes restricted to Members and Associate Members of Queens Lake Community Association, Inc. Both bodies of water are freshwater lakes, Princess Pond being a dammed-up arm of the larger lake. Queens Lake stretches more than a mile and is almost 80 acres, and hosts large … Continue reading Amenities
The Queens Lake Community Association hosts events year round including: Halloween Party Holiday Brunch Christmas Tree Sale Santa at the Tree Sale Soup Socials Ladies Luncheons Seafood Fest Fishing Tournament Ladies Night Queens Lake Day Easter Egg Hunt Members Social Yoga Classes Bridge and more…
A Short History of Queens Lake and the Queens Lake Community Association, Inc. Beginnings The land bordering Queens Creek is characterized by ravines; creeks; mature, mostly deciduous, woodland and wetlands. It is easy to imagine the Powhatan Tribe hunting and fishing in this region and watching the European Colonists rowing their boats up and down the creek … Continue reading History
Welcome to the community Bulletin Board! This Bulletin Board page is available for Queens Lake residents to post announcements and questions that are relevant to this community. All posts must be approved by the site administrator, so please allow up to 24 hours for your post to appear. Community announcements and questions may also be posted … Continue reading Bulletin Board