Laure D.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jul. 12, 2021

Beautiful campground and Day use area

Wow! What a beautiful area near the Blue Ridge Parkway. You might not leave the campground, but you should check out the Blue. Ridge Parkway. This campground has 3 loops; 1 with no electric hookups and 2 with electric. The non--electric loop is larger than the others with parking pads and then raised tent areas for most of the sites. The electric sites can vary size wise so double check before picking one. We saw sites that would fit Class A and sites that wouldn't fit more than a small Rpod type camper. They all seemed level and were spaced nicely apart with shrubbery or trees between. The view from Meadow Loop sites 1-4 was of the mountains! The day use area has an incredible swimming beach (unguarded) and was refreshing.  There is ample picnic tables and areas to spread out. Parking was limited and you do need to drive to this area from the camp areas. You can walk it but it's a little far. You can kayak and canoe in the lake and also fish from the other end where there is parking and a dam to fish off of. Overall, a beautiful campground to spend a few days or a week! Also a short drive to many wineries and  breweries!

  • Dam end of Sherando Lake
  • Lower Sherando Lake
  • Fishing regulations
  • drive to Sherando Lake was steep!
  • View from entrance of Meadow Loop
  • Meadow Loop
  • picnic area of beach
  • C5
  • C8
  • C loop site 7
  • c14
  • c17
  • B loop site
  • B 5a and 5b are buddy sites and share a common area
  • B12
  • B12
  • Trail head in Loop A White Oak
  • Loop A site 12
  • Sherando Lake
  • Beach area
  • Beach area
  • Covered pavilion
  • kayak and canoe on the lake
  • near lots of wineries, breweries,  and cideries
  • beautiful scenery all around
  • breweries and wineries maps
  • C 9 campsite

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