Lodging

Lodges along the parkway provide overnight accommodations from spring through the fall. Verturing into local communities is another enjoyable way to find a place to stay for the night. The Blue Ridge Parkway Association's Directory and Travel Planner lists many accommodations located in towns near the parkway.

In addition, eight campgrounds are open from May through October along the parkway.

 

Peaks of Otter Lodge

 
A sharply pointed mountain standing in the distance behind a small lake.

The Peaks of Otter Lodge is located twenty miles north of Roanoke, VA at Milepost 86. The lodge has served Blue Ridge Parkway visitors for nearly 50 years. The lodge has 63 rooms, a full service restaurant and lounge. You can book reservations online or call 866-387-9905. Peaks of Otter Lodge is open from early April through early December and on weekends through the rest of the winter. The Peaks Lodge is managed by Delaware North Companies Parks & Resorts. The are also offers trails, fishing and seasonal interpretive programs at the park amphitheater. peaksofotter.com

 

Pisgah Inn

 
The entrance to a rustic lodge.

William A. Bake photo, courtesy of Blue Ridge Parkway Association.

Pisgah Inn is open from early spring through the fall foliage season. Located south of Asheville, NC at Milepost 408.6, Pisgah Inn sits at an elevation of over 5,000 feet and is the highest elevation lodging available on the parkway.

Enjoy food and services, browse through the gift shop and country store, and rest and relax in one of the many overnight accommodations available. Phone (828)-235-8228 for reservations. pisgahinn.com

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

199 Hemphill Knob Rd
Asheville, NC 28803

Phone:

(828) 348-3400
This number is the main park headquarters line. A recorded park information line at (828)298-0398 has the most updated information on facilities schedules, bloom and leaf information.

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