Near Mount Rogers and Whitetop Mountain, Virginia’s two highest mountains, Grayson Highlands offers scenic views of alpine-like peaks more than 5,000 feet high. Facilities include a visitor center, campgrounds, and hiking trails leading to waterfalls and overlooks. Scenic horse trails and a horse camping area with electric and water hookups, stables and parking for trailers are available. The park provides year-round access to the Appalachian Trail and the Virginia Highlands Horse Trail.
Total sites of each type of Camping:
Electric and water sites: 36
Standard campsites: 28
Horse/Stable area campsites with electric and water: 23
Covered stalls for horses: 20
Open and wide-open horse stalls: 24
RV50 electric and water: 4
Group Camping: 1
Camping Lodge: 1
- All campsites are dirt/gravel with picnic tables and grills at each site. Maximum of six campers per site.
- Most sites are wooded; one site is universally accessible near the bathhouse.
- Each site has a fire-ring for cooking and campfires.
- Firewood and ice are available at the park.
Primitive camping is centralized in the stable area campground during March and April and in November; there are pit toilets only, and water is unavailable at this location.
Due to adverse weather conditions, full-service camping is only available from May through October.