There is so much to do along the Blue Ridge Parkway. Whether it's a one day adventure or an extended stay; various overlooks, trails, picnic areas, visitor centers, craft shops, and so much more, allows the visitor to explore the ends and outs of the area. Separated by districts that range from Rockfish Gap in Virginia to the Qualla Boundary of Cherokee, milepost 0 to 469, these suggested itineraries are made available for any visitor who may be interested.
Did You Know?
Much of the forests surrounding the Parkway are made up of stunted oak and oak-hickory trees. More Flora includes various grasses, shrubs (including Rhododendrons and Dogwoods), hemlock, mixed-oak pine forests and spruce-fir forests.