On the Blue Ridge Parkway, these campgrounds serve the visitor from early May through the fall color season. For the current campground season, please see the Blue Ridge Parkway operating schedule. The per night fee for campsites is posted in each campground and available at http://www.nps.gov/blri. Camping is permitted only in designated campsites.
Otter Creek and James River
James River/Otter Creek highlights the importance of the James River to regional development.
Peaks of Otter
A major developed area of the Blue Ridge Parkway, Peaks of Otter features a living history farm, camping, hiking, lodging, and plenty of natural beauty.
Rocky Knob, an area of exceptional beauty, is a must-see.
The open meadows of this park are some of the best locations along the Parkway for viewing wildlife, and the area is rich in preserved Appalachian history.
Julian Price Memorial Park
Julian Price Memorial Park is a favorite of tourists and locals alike. Bring a picnic and relax in the park or enjoy hiking, canoeing, kayaking, and bouldering.
Linville Falls is a beautiful series of dramatic falls that drop to a deep gorge, accessed by a trail lined with rare virgin stands of white pine and hemlock.
Found at Crabtree Falls Campground. Take the road into the campground and stop at the campground information building to pick up a map. Parking area next to information building.
Equipped with lodge, restaurant, campground, and miles of hiking trails, Mount Pisgah sits at a higher elevation than any other developed area on the Parkway, and offers extraordinary views and solitude.
More information about camping including safety tips and rules & regulations can be found in our Blue Ridge Parkway camping guide.