The George Washington and Jefferson National Forests stretch across the entire state of Virginia, neighboring the beautiful Appalachian Mountains. In addition to camping, visitors can enjoy fishing, mountain biking, bird watching, cross-country skiing, horseback riding and photography.
New River Junction Campground is located in Blacksburg, this campground offers picnic tables, in-ground fire pits, Wi-Fi access, hot showers and restrooms, an open-air pavilion featuring horseshoe pits, basketball, ping-pong and more. For more information and to reserve your space, please click here.
Adjacent to Poverty Creek, Boley Field Group Campground provides easy access to the 17-mile Poverty Creek Trail System for hikers and mountain bikers, as well as great amenities for groups of 50 or less. These amenities include a group fire ring, picnic tables, a standing grill and vault toilet. Click here to reserve your space and learn more about the campsite
Caldwell Fields Group Campground has two separate fields that can be rented together or individually. Both fields can accommodate up to 100 people and are bordered by Craig Creek, providing fishing opportunism and a chance to cool off. For more information, please click here.
If you are looking for a peaceful getaway, Floating Heaven is a treehouse site that offers roof covered, open cabins in their treehouses that can house two adults and two small children. They also offer camping on their platforms in hammocks or tents. Other amenities include fire pits, tables and chairs, charging outlet and a charcoal grill. To learn more, please click here.