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Is it that time of the year yet, when the RV campgrounds are filling up, and everyone is setting off into the sunset to do some fabulous RV camping? Spoiler: that’s all year round. Or at least May through October, if you decide to book an RV in Franklin County. And what with camping at Deer Run Campground being so incredible, why wouldn’t you come to this beautiful part of Virginia.
This RV park is filled to the brim with fun things to do for the whole family, including a swimming pool, fishing, horseshoe pits, and playgrounds. Need to get away from the kids arguing over who won that game in the game room? Go for a little hike on one of the trails, and you’ll have your energy back in a jiffy. If that didn’t help, just send them off to do some crafts, go on a hayride, or plan an outfit for the Halloween party. Or perhaps you would all like a horrifying visit to the Haunted House? RV camping at Deer Run Campground has all that, and more. Much, much more.
Like full hookups, a dump station, laundry facilities, a camp store, and even a maintenance shop. Not at fun as movie nights and covered dish dinners, but oh-so-convenient when your RV rental needs some attention, or the snacks have run out, or you got hot sauce on that last pair of clean shorts. There’s also 30 amp service, so no need to worry about taking care of your motorhome rental at Deer Run Campground.
However, you can’t stay at the grounds your whole RV vacation, or you’ll miss all the great things in the area. Like the tiny town of Ferrum, or the vibrant Floyd, or charming Rocky Mount, all within 30 minutes' drive from your RV rental at Deer Run Campground. Play some golf, do some outdoor recreation, and don’t miss Blue Ridge Parkway, one of the most beautiful drives around.
Camp in an RV near Ferrum, and you have hit the great outdoors jackpot. Just look at Rocky Knob Recreation Area, which is not only a milepost on the Blue Ridge Parkway but also an ideal place to hike through some beautiful nature, complete with native trees and more wildflowers than you can count. If you would like to know more about the area, there are guided tours that will fill in all your knowledge gaps. Don’t forget to check out the Rocky Knob Cabins, which were built in the ‘30s and are still in use.
Have you ever seen fairy stones, those pretty rocks turned into jewelry or ornaments? You probably have. But it’s less likely that you’ve seen them in their raw state - until you visit Fairy Stone State Park, that is. Here you’ll get not only that, but you can also go swimming, paddling, and rowing in the beautiful lake, and have fun at one of the two playgrounds - one of which is located in the actual water. How fun is that?
Hop into that Ferrum camper rental and drive to Smith Mountain Lake State Park, for even more watery fun. Do some more swimming and boating, or gear up to do some fishing, from a boat or the lovely pier. If you want to feast on the yummy catch right away and can’t wait until you get back to the Ferrum campground, just go on a little picnic in the park. It’s also recommended not to miss the visitor center or the cute amphitheater.
There’s a lot more than just fantastic nature on the menu if you rent an RV and stay at Franklin County campgrounds. Like Ferrum, with all the history any visitor could possibly wish for. At Blue Ridge Farm Museum, you can experience early rural life (with real tools and animals), and at Blue Ridge Institute and Museum, all sorts of items from past times are showcased. Here you can also go through the heritage archive, and pick up authentic folk crafts in the store. The items are so nice that you might consider getting yourself a little present.
You’ll also want to spend some time in beautiful Floyd, where you can shop for all sorts of unique items, from second hand to antique to organic hemp products. The food is also one-of-a-kind, with handmade, wood-fired pizzas, and hand-crafted chocolates - and some barbecue and Mexican food, on top of that. You can also check out the local breweries and distilleries, and the local farms have both apples and zip lines.
Have you decided when to go RV camping in Ferrum, Virginia yet? Don’t snooze, or you might just lose out on a site at one of the nicest campgrounds in the area.