Fairy Stone State Park
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 50
Number of Sites with Electric and Water: 50
Fairy Stone State Park, the largest of Virginia's six original state parks, is home to its namesake "fairy stones." These rare mineral crosses and the park's scenic beauty, rich history and ample recreational opportunities make it a local and regional favorite. The 4,537 acres that make up the park were donated by Junius B. Fishburn, former owner of the Roanoke Times, in 1933. The Civilian Conservation Corps originally created the park, its lake and many structures still in use there.
Campsites have a fire ring that can be used for campfires and cooking. Campsites allow one extra vehicle in addition to the camping unit and all vehicles must be kept on the paved area in the campsite. Additional parking is approximately a half mile from the campground area and parking fees are charged. Pets are welcome but there is an overnight fee. Keep pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet when not in an enclosed area. Pets must be attended at all times.
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