For a unique outdoor experience in the Appalachians of Virginia, place Devil's Marbleyard Trail on your hiking bucket list. A geological wonder, the 8-acre field of boulders offers Olympic-scaled, rock scrambling fun.
From the Peaks of Otter Campground, Virginia, a visitor can easily explore the iconic mountains of the Blue Ridge Parkway. Sharp Top, along with Flat Top and Harkening Hill, make up the namesake three "Peaks of Otter." Escape the bustle and experience an amazing hiking and camping trip.
Looking for an unusual zoo experience? The 180-acre Virginia Safari Park provides a unique drive-through adventure where visitors can feed an amazing array of animals from the convenience of their vehicle.
Nestled in the southernmost reaches of the Jefferson National Forest, Grayson Highlands State Park stands watch over Mount Rogers– Virginia's highest peak– and has access to some of the best camping, hiking, and true wild Virginia treasures.