Lynchburg NW / Blue Ridge Parkway KOA

6252 Elon Rd

Monroe, VA 24574-3012

Reserve: 800-562-8717

Info: 434-299-5228

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Halloween Spooktacular 2 (10/24-25) Photo

Halloween Spooktacular 2 (10/24-25)

Oct 24 - 25, 2014

Come enjoy family friendly Halloween fun, with pumpkin decorating classes & contests. Two pumpkin contests ages 11& younger and 12 & older. Costume contests, 7 & younger, 8-15, 16 & older, and of course a category for our four legged family members! Come vote for your favorite ghost or goblins! Trick-or treating in the campground on Saturday. Site decorating contest, winner determined by popular vote - free camping to the winner! And everyone's favorite - our haunted hay rides! We fill up every year, so book early and join the fun!!!

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Halloween Spooktacular 3 (10/31-11/1) Photo

Halloween Spooktacular 3 (10/31-11/1)

Oct 31 - Nov 1, 2014

Come enjoy family friendly Halloween fun, with pumpkin decorating classes & contests. Two pumpkin contests ages 11& younger and 12 & older. Costume contests, 7 & younger, 8-15, 16 & older, and of course a category for our four legged family members! Come vote for your favorite ghost or goblins! Trick-or treating in the campground on Saturday. Site decorating contest, winner determined by popular vote - free camping to the winner! And everyone's favorite - our haunted hay rides! We fill up every year, so book early and join the fun!!!

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Mountain Masochist Trail Run 50 miler Photo

Mountain Masochist Trail Run 50 miler

Nov 1, 2014, 6am - 6pm

Course: Beginning at Lynchburg KOA Campground, runners loop the camp lake and cover a short road section before entering National Forest land. The course then meanders northward over various dirt and gravel roads in the National Forrest before runners have to negotiate the second half of the course. Leaving Long Mountain aid station, the second half includes dirt & old logging roads as well as several miles of beautiful single track trail. Many say the race is just beginning when you leave Long Mtn. Upon reaching the last aid station at Porters Ridge, runners course downhill 2.9 miles toward the finish in Montebello. The entire MMTR course traverses some of the most beautiful areas of the Blue Ridge right around peak fall foliage.

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