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High Country Horse Campground, LLC is a premier equestrian campground facility open to both small and large groups. Come experience the Mt. Rogers National Recreation Area in the highlands of Virginia. The surrounding areas offer numerous activities for the adventurous heart, such as horseback riding, hiking, fishing, swimming, and mountain biking.
We focus on serving equestrian clientele and group campers. We offer full RV sites with water and electrical connections, covered stalls for horses, and primitive tent camping areas. High Country Horse Camp is strategically located adjacent to numerous Virginian horse trails and offers abundant opportunities for horseback riding. The cool summer weather and vast mountain panoramas overwhelm first-time visitors. Mount Rogers offers some of the most scenic riding on the East Coast. Many trails meander atop grassy balds where wild ponies roam, and cross federally designated wilderness areas such as the Lewis Fork, Little Wilson Creek, and Little Dry Run.
The popular Appalachian Trail and Virginia Creeper Trail are easily accessible and only minutes away! Families and other groups can utilize our campground to serve as their base camp during their visit to the majestic Mt. Rogers National Recreation Area.
- The campground is located a short distance off Interstate-81 in the heart of the Appalachian Mountains.
- Just 15 minutes to the Creeper Trail Head, allowing early entry to the trail. Bike rentals are available at White Top Mountain.
- The 30 minute express trip back to the campground via Love’s Mill Road from Damascus eliminates the old narrow and curvy Highway 58 route.
- Reasonably priced food items are available for delivery from Chilhowie Pizza.
COME DISCOVER THE MT. ROGERS AND THE SURROUNDING VIRGINIA HIGHLANDS OF SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA! WANT MORE INFORMATION? REACH OUT TO US DIRECTLY THROUGH OUR CONTACT US PAGE.
“…untrammeled by man, where man is a visitor who does not remain, and has outstanding opportunities for primitive recreation.”