This was our stopover going North from Julian Price Campground. We drove about 30 miles on Blue Ridge Parkway from Julian Price towards Loft Mountain. These views included the iconic viaduct, and expansive views of the mountains. Lots of overlooks. Highly recommend this portion of the Parkway (milepost 297 to about 260). Loft Mountain was a nice place to stopover following a long tow day. We had a pull through, lots of privacy between campsites. Plenty of sun for our solar panels, and a quick access to the Appalachian Trail. We were able to hike a few miles of the AT while there. Great campstore provisions- I guess since this is a AT stop over for the many 'real-hikers'. Laundry is also available (although we didn't go in and check it out). We had F loop, F170, generator free (although you could hear the generators over in the next loop). There is not a lot of other hiking trails that spur out from this campground so I am not sure we will stay here again. But overall, we liked it.
Lots of trails. Perfect for families. Clean bathrooms. Helpful rangers and volunteers.
Well kept sites, clean bathrooms, all first come first serve sites, biggest campground in Shenandoah so can usually find a spot.