Expert Travel Advice to Blue Ridge Parkway

Top Answers To Blue Ridge Parkway Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    If you're going down to Boone, you can get on and off the highway anywhere since it goes right through the city. One place you could stop by for lunch would be the Cafe Portofino on Rivers Street.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    It appears though you may use campfires while staying in the Parkway, though the National Park Service is prohibiting firewood brought in from other states, including: Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Missouri, Ohio, Ontario, Pennsylvania, Quebec, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wisconsin. This is to prevent the spread of destructive insects known to be in wood from those areas.
  • Freddy answered:
    It never enters Tennessee
  • Anonymous user answered:
    The Blue Ridge Parkway is one of America's signature scenic drives, and so consequently is well set to accommodate visitors, including campers. The NPS operates nine developed campgrounds along the length of the Parkway, but amenities are fairly basic with nonelectric tent and RV sites and comfort stations and restrooms bu no shower hookups. There are plenty of RV and other campgrounds off the parkway, which offer more amenities and services. Check out this link for listings: http://bit.ly/gJfHRR Check out the following link for more info from the NPS: http://bit.ly/eAgmfR

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