Mount Pisgah - Milepost 408
Mount Pisgah is the only lodge on the Parkway in North Carolina. Hiking trails, sweeping scenery, and the lodge and campground make the Mount Pisgah area a perfect place to spend the day (or two, or more).
At a Glance:
Points of Interest:Mt. Pisgah does not have a visitor center. The closest visitor center is Blue Ridge Parkway Visitor Center near Asheville, 24 miles north along the Parkway.
Sleeping and Eating:Mount Pisgah Inn & Restaurant: This historic inn offers the highest-elevation lodging on the Parkway at over 5,000 feet high. A full-service restaurant, gift shop, and country store are also on-site. The inn is typically open from April – October. Visit the Pisgah Inn website to see available dates and book reservations online (you can also call 828-235-8228). See our Eating & Sleeping page for more information.
Mt. Pisgah Campground: Spend a night under the stars at this 126-site campground. Visit our camping page for more details. Campground is open seasonally; check the opening schedule for specific dates.
Mt. Pisgah Picnic Area: Brown-bag it and grab a table. The picnic area is open seasonally; check the opening schedule for specific dates. When you visit Mt. Pisgah, we ask that you Leave No Trace.
Things to Do:Hike a Trail: Trek to the summit of Mt. Pisgah or hike the entire 16.3-mile Shut-In Trail. The Mt. Pisgah area has something to offer for everyone. Plan your hike with the Mt. Pisgah Trails page.
Last updated: February 3, 2017