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Within the Mount Rogers National Recreation Area, this high-elevation campground provides cool shaded summer camping. 90 single and 7 double sites plus tables, flush toilets, showers and electric and water hookups. The Campground also has a water play area, trails, trout fishing in nearby creeks and an amphitheater with weekend programs. ...

Rocky Hollow Horse Camp offers comfortable camping for you and your horses, high country trails and spectacular mountain scenery. Great sites with power and water are conveniently located next to the trail head for your riding enjoyment. Three forest service trails lead to various sections of the highest mountains in Virginia. Ride to the Scales in 50 minutes or take the Iron Mountain Trail for a change of pace. Get away from the crowds on...

Old Virginia Group Horse Camp is a primitive camping area located in Fairwood Valley in Troutdale VA, just minutes from the Virginia Highlands Horse Trail.  If you are looking for a private place to camp with your horses while having access to a large network of horse trails in the Mount Rogers National Recreation Area, this is the spot.  Groups of up to 25 people with horses will enjoy the peace and quiet of the...

Come camp with us at Wayside Park. We have hot showers and clean flush toilets. We have over 100 electrical hookups. Handicap accessible. Water available to fill tanks and dump station provided. We are host to many musical events throughout the year....

Home of the legendary fairy stones, this park is well known for its 168-acre lake adjoining Philpott Reservoir. The park is just minutes from the Blue Ridge Parkway. Accommodations include cabins, tent camping, an equestrian campground, and a spacious lodge....

Hurricane has 30 camping units with parking spurs, picnic tables and fireplaces. Hurricane Knob Trail is a 1.5 mile trail in the campground and access to the Appalachian Trial is within a half mile. Hunting in this area and trout fishing in Hurricane and Comers Creeks are excellent. ...

The 20 camping units at Raccoon Branch have paved parking spurs, picnic tables and fireplaces and some have electric and water hookups. The campground has connections to the Appalachian Trail and the Virginia Highlands Horse Trail. There is a 2-mile trail to Dickey Knob. Dickey Creek and Raccoon Branch are beside the campground and provide opportunities for fishing and wading. ...

Kissing Rock Camp in its current incarnation is a primitive camp for the mostly self sufficient. It is centrally located in the Mount Rogers National Recreation Area, about 12 miles off I-81. Horses may be kept in paddocks, or your own electric pens. Stalls are available.  We invite you to bring your horse, camp and ride the 63 mile Virginia Highlands Horse Trail (VHHT) and it's nearly 200 miles of intersecting trails.  KRC offers shady campsites, along...

The Ratliff family founded Foxtail Orchards Cabins & Campground.  Matthew Ratliff, owner, was lifelong friend and coworker of Trooper Andrew D. Fox.  Trooper Fox was killed in the line of duty on October 5, 2012 . Not only is the campground named after Trooper Fox, but their first cabin, opened on June 28, 2016, is "The Fox Den". It is adorned with memorabilia that pays homage to his life. The subsequent camp sites are to...