See 19th-century Appalachian farm buildings at the Mountain Farm Exhibit. During summer months, enjoy living-history demonstrations. The Humpback Rocks Visitor's Center features exhibits on housing, community, transportation, and entertainment of the region. Trails include the Mountain Farm Trail and a short but relatively strenuous hike up Humpback Mountain.

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Review of Humpback Rocks

Active and Adventure Review of Humpback Rocks

Away Travel Editor: Alistair Wearmouth
Editor Rating 4.0 out of 5 Recommended for:
Camping,Day Hiking
Editor Tips & Helpful Hints
  • The interpretative Mountain Farm Trail gives you a good dose of pioneer history, but head up the steep Humpback Rocks Trail for amazing views and a sweat-inducing 700-foot elevation gain. Keep going another mile to bag the summit of Humpback Mountain.
  • Humpback Rocks doesn't have any camping facilities, but you pitch up at nearby Sherando Lake, part of George Washington National Forest.

Blue Ridge Parkway (milepost 5-9.3)
South of Waynesboro, Virginia

Visitor Information

Telephone Number: (828) 298-0398
The details, dates, and prices mentioned here were accurate at the time of publication.

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