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Discover Roanoke, VA


Roanoke is a city that sits in the southwestern region of Virginia, in the Roanoke Valley. It was first called Big Lick, established in 1852. That name was derived from an outcropping of salt that drew wildlife to the area. It took the name Roanoke in 1882 and was chartered in 1884. The name is said to have derived from an Algonquin word that basically meant shell money.

When you search for an RV in Roanoke, Virginia, you’ll be in the heart of some beautiful countryside, close to the Blue Ridge Mountains, and just south of the George Washington and Jefferson National Forest, near Hot Springs. If you travel a bit farther north into West Virginia, you can visit the Monongahela National Forest near Green Bank or, if you prefer to head a bit toward Washington, DC, you can check out Shenandoah National Park.

The Great Outdoors

There are many exciting things to see and do when you rent an RV in Roanoke, Virginia, and one of them is to visit Read Mountain Reserve. This is considered a pleasant and moderately challenging trailhead. It may sit in the middle of a residential neighborhood, and the parking isn’t significant so it may be a bit challenging navigating your Roanoke RV rental to this particular destination. However, the trails are well marked and it will take you between an hour and a half to two hours to climb and another hour back down, on average. The trails are considered mostly easy but there are some steep regions. The views are absolutely splendid.

Explore Park is another outdoor adventure with magnificent views. You will find some amazing mountain views, river views, decent parking, hiking, and you can do some fishing. There is an old farmstead and a variety of fish you could catch in the river, including smallmouth bass, catfish, carp, and bream.

Mill Mountain Zoo is another decent stop when you enjoy a luxury RV rental in Roanoke. It is a small zoo but is nicely laid out and maintained. It is perfect for people who don’t want to spend their entire day walking a large zoo and it is easy to access. For children, there is a playground toward the end of the park and that can be fun, especially when you’ve been spending considerable time on the road in the Roanoke RV trailer rental.

RV Parks

Enjoying a motorhome rental in Roanoke means you’ll probably want to park your wheels somewhere around here, especially given just how beautiful the region is. Roanoke Mountain Campground offers campsites, and while it does provide pull-through sites and pets are allowed, it doesn’t offer hookups.

Virginia Highland Haven Airstream Park has RV sites but it does not offer any pull-through sites, though it does have big rig access. Sites have full hookup service. The park has laundry facilities on site, a rec room, recreation trails, a pet area, and propane is available.

Dixie Caverns Campground is located in Salem, Virginia and offers sites with full hookups, including 30 and 50 amp service. The campground also has restrooms, showers, propane, and a pet area. It does have big rig access and pull-through sites too.

Exploring the City

The Virginia Museum of Transportation is an absolute must if you have any interest in the progression of transportation throughout our history. When you’re cruising around in the best RV rental Roanoke has to offer, this is certainly a stop that makes sense. You can enjoy checking out the various history of planes, trains, and automobiles. You can also learn a great deal about the Norfolk Railway dynasty. The museum is well laid out and is great for all ages.

O. Winston Link Museum in Roanoke is a must-stop for train and photography enthusiasts. You will see numerous beautiful and well-done photographs, learn about lighting, how this artist created his works and a lot of rich history about O. W. Link. Not only will you learn a lot about this amazing photographer, but you’ll also learn something about the history of Roanoke and railroads in general, which is a wonderful added bonus.

The Science Museum of Western Virginia and Hopkins Planetarium is right in Roanoke and might be best suited for younger children. The museum offers a variety of interactive models and exhibits. If you rent a motorhome in Roanoke and have children, this might be somewhere you’ll want to take them for an early morning or afternoon getaway, especially if it’s raining outside.

RV Rentals in Roanoke, VA

Roanoke, VA is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Roanoke. Outdoorsy's Roanoke RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

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Nearby to Roanoke are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Shenandoah National Park, Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, Great Falls Park, Blue Ridge Parkway, and Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site.

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Check out local hikes, campgrounds, parks and more!

Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Hanging Rock Trail Danbury North Carolina
Humpback Rocks Recreation Area Lyndhurst Virginia
Sharp Top Trail Bedford Virginia
Dragon's Tooth Trail Catawba Virginia
Stone Mountain Loop Trail Roaring Gap North Carolina
Moores Knob Trail Danbury North Carolina
Crabtree Falls Trail Tyro Virginia
Devil's Marbleyard Via Belfast Trail Natural Bridge Station Virginia
Riprap Trail Crozet Virginia
McAfee Knob Appalachian Trail Salem Virginia

Nearby Campgrounds

Lynchburg RV Camping

campground Lynchburg, VA
Lynchburg RV Camping is a seasonal RV camp in Virginia operating from May through October. They offer full hook-up, 30-amp sites and rustic tent areas for campers. The Lynchburg RV camping sites in central Virginia also offer a laid back environment for a relaxing stay. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable, and they take pleasure in helping guests to enjoy their camping experience and make those lasting memories with family and friends. Amenities include a Clubhouse, bike trails, shuffleboard, swimming pool, whirlpool, spa, hot tub. Recreational activities include fishing, hiking, mini-golf, playground, volleyball, basketball, and more.The Resort also offers Wi-Fi, a Ballroom/Banquet Hall, Business Center, laundry, showers, and a picnic/BBQ area. They offer special events during the year for their guests. One of the most popular events take place during week of Halloween. You can take a hay wagon ride and meet the ghosts, goblins, and other spooks.

Smith Mountain Lake State Park

campground None, VA
Smith Mountain Lake is really more like an inland fjord, stretching through the green heart of Southern Virginia, and you can experience this scenic natural wonder from an RV park and campground that offers guests waterfront access. Smith Mountain Lake State Park is only an hour?s drive from the urban centers of Roanoke and Lynchburg, and other nearby state parks include Shenandoa National Park and Cherokee National Forest in North Carolina. Guests are welcome to swim, fish, and enjoy all manner of watercraft on this picturesque lake, and the campground includes a dock, boat launch, and fishing pier. Bring your own or rent a boat from right here in the park. You?re welcome to bring your tent or drive your trusty RV on site, and you can also rent a cabin equipped with a dock. As the campground is in a state park, there are also a myriad of hiking trails that connect here, and other amenities include concession stands, an amphitheater, and a discovery center.

Lynchburg RV Resort

campground Gladys, VA
Between May and October every year, Lynchburg RV Resort welcomes both tents and recreational vehicles. This scenic venue is on the edge of verdant farmland and rolling Virginia hillsides, and is conveniently located near historic Lynchburg and the Natural Bridge. There?s an array of on-site activities and amenities to enjoy, such as bike trails, a swimming pool and spa, creek and lake access, a mini-putt course, and a restaurant, just to name a few. Relax with essential services like showers, bathrooms, and a laundry room. Guests who want to stay connected can take advantage of the WiFi hotspot and business center. There are several sites available next to the lake, and a marina that includes boat docking space. Sports facilities available include tennis and basketball courts, shuffleboard, and horseshoe pits. RVs can take advantage of the electrical hookups or chose a more rustic campsite. The campground also sponsors special events for holiday celebrations.

Virginia Highland Haven Airstream Park

campground Copper Hill, VA
If you are the proud owner of an airstream, and looking to vacation near the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, then Virginia Highland Haven Airstream Park may be just what you are looking for. The site is family friendly and pet friendly, and has water, electric and sewer. It also has a waterfall, and boasts delightful sunset views from its mountaintop setting. Whilst the site accommodates a modest 46 units, it is set in 75 acres of beautiful, rolling country, and is an extremely attractive place to base yourself when visiting this area. It is open from early May until mid-October. The clubhouse has a laundry, a library, a lounge and a large TV, and guests can play cards in here, add a little to the latest jigsaw. Alternatively, why not join a group of fellow visitors for an early morning walk or sit around the communal camp fire of an evening and compare travel notes.

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