Daddy Rabbit's Campground

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Trailers for all types of towing vehicles, including SUVs and pickups.

Folding Trailer

Trailers you can tow with passenger vehicles or SUVs. A great way to transform average cars into adventure cars.


Larger trailers that attach to towing vehicles with a gooseneck extension in the truck bed.

Toy Hauler

Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.

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Class C

Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.

Camper Van

The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.

Class B

A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.

Class A

Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.

Truck Camper

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If you’re trying to decide whether to book an RV in Floyd County or not, then this just might tip the scales in favor of this beautiful place: camping at Daddy Rabbit’s Campground might just be the perfect mix of fun and relaxation. The RV park is situated in a peaceful, wooded area, with a little lake and lots of space to kick up your feet and relax. There are shaded sites, a pavilion, and a playground, and you can get firewood on-site for those cozy nights by the campfire. There are picnic tables, too, so don’t worry about the ants spoiling your picnic.

RV camping at Daddy Rabbit’s Campground is like spending some time deep in the forest, but with a couple of modern conveniences that make your RV vacation a lot more comfortable. There are showers, laundry facilities, and propane gas available, and for your camper rental, there are full hookups, a dump station, and 30 or 50 amp service. Oh, and in case you were wondering, there is indeed a rabbit who welcomes new guests. You’re also allowed to bring your pets, but make sure that any fur babies leave the poor rabbit alone.

One of the best things about getting an RV rental near Daddy Rabbit’s Campground is how close it is to other fantastic places, such as the amazingly beautiful Blue Ridge Parkway, or a great trout stream, or both golfing and hiking. The small town of Willis is just around the corner, and ten miles away from your RV rental at Daddy Rabbit’s Campground, you’ll find Floyd, a town with a colorful personality and lots of fun things to do. You can also visit Roanoke, Christiansburg, and Martinsville with your Floyd RV rental.

The Great Outdoors

One of the Blue Ridge Parkway mileposts is Rocky Knob Recreation Area, which is close enough to your RV campground for you to go whether you want to try out the Parkway or not. At Rocky Knob, you can go on guided tours or set out to hike on one of the trails at your own pace, spotting a variety of scenic and historical wonders. Like many species of native trees, and wildflowers in any shade and color you can think of. Or how about the Rocky Knob Cabins, built in the ‘30s and available to rent.

You won’t have to drive far in your Floyd camper rental to reach another amazing chunk of nature; Fairy Stone State Park is under an hour's drive away, and here you can find the legendary fairy stones that the park was named after. Again, Blue Ridge Parkway is close by, and there’s swimming, paddling, and rowing in the lake in this park, as well as two playgrounds - one of them also in the water. The fishing is very good, and there is something here for the whole family.

For more picturesque lake fun, head toward Smith Mountain Lake State Park, where the attraction of the hour is definitely the large lake. Go swimming, paddling, or fishing (there’s a pier for that), or stay dry and spend some time hiking with views of the amazing nature. In the mood for a picnic? Or perhaps you’d rather learn a little more about the area at a visitor center? Well, you can do both those things, as well as visiting the amphitheater.

Exploring the Area

Floyd is such a fantastic place that you hardly need to go anywhere else during your Daddy Rabbit’s Campground camping vacation. You can find all sorts of interesting, fun, and fascinating establishments, such as boutiques with donated clothes, education centers, fair-trade businesses, and galleries and gardens. And the events aren’t too shabby, either: FloydFest and Bluegrass & BBQ Festivals are annual music events, and if you miss that, there’s still lots of live music in town.

Spend some more time in Floyd, and you’ll find local breweries making both craft beer and wine, and if you’d prefer something a bit stronger, just pop into the local distillery, where the spirits are flowing. You might also want to check out the local farms, where you can get fresh apples or go on zip lines, and don’t forget about the yummy food. Hand-crafted, wood-fired pizza, delicious Mexican food, and hand-crafted chocolates are all on the menu for anyone renting a camper near Daddy Rabbit’s Campground.

So, surely you can’t miss the peace and quiet, the recreation fun, or the gorgeous nature of Floyd County? And what about the town itself, doesn’t it seem amazing enough for you to do some Floyd camping? It doesn’t seem like a very hard decision to make really.

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Buffalo Mountain Trail, VAFloyd, VA
  • Rock Castle Gorge Loop, VAFloyd, VA
  • Round Meadow Creek Trail, VAStuart, VA
  • Smart View Loop Trail, VAFerrum, VA
  • Whiskey Run Trail, VAFairy Stone State Park, VA
  • Stuart's Knob Trail, VAFairy Stone State Park, VA
  • Iron Mine Trail , VAFairy Stone State Park, VA
  • Fairy Stone Loop Trail, VAFairy Stone State Park, VA
  • Lake Shore Trail, VAFairy Stone State Park, VA
  • Little Mountain Falls Trail, VAFairy Stone State Park, VA

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