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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Blue Ridge Parkway Photo

Blue Ridge Parkway

Our Campground is just 1 mile off the famous Blue Ridge Parkway between mile markers 61 &62. 
In addition to the many overlooks along the parkway you should be sure to visit:

- Otter Creek (MM 62)
- Otter Lake (MM63)
- The James River Visitor Center (MM64)
- Apple Orchard Waterfalls (MM79)
http://www.blueridgeparkway.org/

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Appalachian Trail / James River Foot Bridge Photo

Appalachian Trail / James River Foot Bridge

The James River Foot Bridge (where the AT crosses the James River on a 625' foot bridge) is just 5 miles from our campground.

http://www.appalachiantrail.org/

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South Pedlar ATV Trails Photo

South Pedlar ATV Trails

South Pedlar ATV Trails offer 19 miles of trails in the George Washington National Forest. 
http://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/gwj/recreation/recarea/?recid=73965

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James River Photo

James River

Less than 5 miles from the campground, he James River is know for world class fishing, paddle sports, & whitewater rafting.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_River

Visit our Friends at the James River Float Company!
http://jamesriverfloatcompany.com/index.html

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George Washington National Forest Photo

George Washington National Forest

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Graduation Weekend (Liberty, Randolph & Sweet Briar) 5/10/14 Photo

Graduation Weekend (Liberty, Randolph & Sweet Briar) 5/10/14

May 10, 2014

Celebrate your grads and enjoy some family time with them around the campfire!

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Mountain Masochist Trail Run 50 miler Photo

Mountain Masochist Trail Run 50 miler

Nov 1, 2014

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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