Conservation Park is a wildlife sanctuary and hunting is prohibited, except as it becomes necessary to control the deer herd. The Park has approximately 1,500 acres of land on the Henrico/Charles City County line with two miles of frontage on the Chickahominy River. Approximately 135 acres are in Henrico consisting of woodlands and part of what is known as the White Oak Swamp. The balance of the land and all land improvements are in Charles City County. Approximately 125 acres of the Park's land are open, including fields planted for Bob White Quail, power lines, and areas improved with the clubhouse and recreational facilities.
The Park's recreational facilities for members and guests consist of skeet fields, trap fields, five stand, rifle, pistol and archery ranges. Additionally, there are nature trails, picnic and fishing areas. The Conservation Park Clubhouse is 3,300 s.f. with a 1,600 s.f. covered patio, cooking and dining facilities.