Fairy Stone State Park RV & Campground Guide
Fairy Stone State Parkis near the Blue Ridge Parkway in Virginia, close to Martinsville, Ferrum, and Bassett. It is in a beautiful, forested area and is known for its 168-acre lake. It is also one of the few places in the world where fairy stones can be found. These stones are staurolite crystals that naturally form into angles when they are under pressure underground. The stones often look like crosses, and people love to make jewelry out of them. You are allowed to collect them from the ground in the park, but you are not allowed to dig for them.
RV Resorts & Campsites in Fairy Stone State Park
Consider taking an RV when you visit Fairy Stone State Park. Traveling by RV is a great way to experience the beauty this country has to offer. You can rent an RV from RVshare at a location close to Fairy Stone State Park.
Fairy Stone State Park Campground
RV camping is available right in Fairy Stone State Park from the first Friday in March through the first Monday in December. All sites have 20- and 30-amp electrical hookups and water hookups. Some of the sites are pull-through sites. There is a dump station in the park. All campsites have fire rings. Dogs are allowed if kept on a leash. Nightly rates are $35 for Virginia residents and $40 for non-residents.
Indian Heritage RV Park
Indian Heritage RV Park in Martinsville is open year-round and has RV sites with full hookups. They have free Wi-Fi, a heated bathhouse, and laundry facilities. The campsites have fire rings, and there is ramp access to the river for fishing, kayaking, or canoeing.
Deer Run Campground
Deer Run Campground is located in Ferrum. Many of their RV sites offer full hookups. Amenities include restrooms, bathhouses, a playground, a swimming pool, a store, a game room, and a dump station. They have activities such as fishing, movie nights, paint parties, and horseshoes. Rates start at $35 per night.
Chantilly Farm in Floyd offers RV sites with full or partial hookups. They have a dump station as well. The campground has restrooms, bathhouses, and a store. The scenic view from this campground is beautiful. Rates start at $29 per night for partial hookups and $34 for full hookups.
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What to Do at
Fairy Stone State Park
Inside Fairy Stone State Park
Fairy Stone State Park has 10 miles of trails that can be used for hiking, bicycling, and horseback riding. Swimming is available from Memorial Day through Labor Day. You can go fishing and boating on Fairy Stone Lake. Boats are available for rental from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Of course, keep your eyes open for fairy stones that you may see on the ground; you are allowed to pick them up and keep them.
Outside Fairy Stone State Park
The area of Virginia near Fairy Stone State Park is part of the Appalachian Mountains. You will see beautiful scenery, cute little towns, and interesting shops. Take a drive on the Blue Ridge Parkway or just meander around the side roads to find some unique places in this area.
Taqueria la Juquilita is a Mexican restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating. The food is authentic and delicious.
Location: 4090 North Virginia Avenue, Collinsville, VA
Papa's Pizza offers many varieties of pizza, subs, sandwiches, and Italian dishes in a family atmosphere. Papa's is well-known in the area and has received many great reviews.
Location: 4288 Fairystone Park Highway, Bassett, VA
The Checkered Pig specializes in barbecued food and ribs. Their service is great, and the food is reasonably priced.
Location: 1014 Liberty Street #1302, Martinsville, VA
Mabry Mill Restaurant is a country-style restaurant adjacent to the historic Mabry Mill. They are open from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. They also have a nice gift shop featuring Virginia crafts, food, gifts, and souvenirs.
Location: 266 Mabry Mill Road SE, Meadows of Dan, VA
Visit Simply Suzanne's Cafe at the Blue Ridge airport, where you can watch planes take off and land while you eat. They specialize in comfort food and great service.
Location: 525 Airport Road, Martinsville, VA
The Poor Farmer's Market is a great place to find specialty foods, gifts, and fresh produce. They also have crafts, jams, jellies, and a deli with ice cream.
Location: 2616 Jeb Stuart Highway, Meadows of Dan, VA
At the Bell Gallery and Garden, you can find hand-made arts and crafts from local craftspeople. They have pottery, artwork, jewelry, blown glass, photography, and more. You are certain to find something beautiful for your home or to give as a gift.
Location: 112 North Locust Street, Floyd, VA
Bolden's Antiques has many unique items for sale, some dating back to the 1800s. You will find Fenton pottery, jukeboxes, radios, record players, Depression glass, furniture, and more. The owners can answer any questions you may have.
Location: 37 Turner Road, Collinsville, VA
Be sure to stop by Cocoa Trail Chocolates to make your sweet tooth very happy. They have many kinds of fudge, gourmet chocolates, chocolate-covered items, candy, truffles, and more. You can shop for sweets on their website, as well.
Location: 3368 Virginia Avenue, Collinsville, VA
At Studio 107 Artist Studios, you can watch artists at work in their studios. You can also purchase artwork and gifts in the gallery shop. Some of the artists also offer classes.
Location: 105 East Church Street, Martinsville, VA
The Blue Ridge Institute and Museum documents the folklife and folk art of the Blue Ridge region of Virginia. The exhibits include a farm museum that recreates farm life in the 1800s. Most exhibits are free, but the farm museum has a $5 entry fee.
Location: 20 Museum Drive, Ferrum, VA
Hamlet Vineyards was established in 2010 on the grounds of a historic Virginia home, Ethan Manor. They specialize in Bordeaux wines. On Sundays, you can participate in a wine tasting and enjoy a light lunch.
Location: 405 Riverside Drive, Bassett, VA
Take a drive on the Blue Ridge Parkway to see beautiful views of the southern and central Appalachian Mountains. Along the parkway, you may see wildlife, such as wild turkeys, bears, and deer. You can also enjoy abundant wildflowers in the area. There are many attractions to visit along the way.
Location: The Blue Ridge Parkway runs for 469 miles from Afton, VA to Cherokee, NC.
The Birthplace of Country Music Museum in Bristol, VA, is an affiliate of the Smithsonian Museum and showcases the history of country music. The exhibits include theater experiences, film, sound, and interactive displays. The admission fee is $14.
Location: 101 Country Music Way, Bristol, VA
Mabry Mill is a historic mill and cabin. You can tour the mill and enjoy the scenic surroundings. On summer and fall weekends, you can see cultural demonstrations, as well. A hiking trail and a restaurant are on the grounds.
Location: Blue Ridge Parkway milepost 176, Meadows of Dan, VA
How to Get to
Fairy Stone State Park
From Roanoke, take Route 581 south to Route 220. Go south on 220 to Route 57 and west on 57 to Fairystone Lake Drive. From Greensboro, take Route 220 north to Route 57. Take 57 west to Fairystone Lake Drive.
From Richmond, take Route 360 west to Route 58 west to Route 220 north. Then, take Route 57 west to Fairystone Lake Drive. The address is 967 Fairystone Lake Drive, Stuart, VA.
Entering Fairy Stone State Park
The park is open year-round from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. A parking fee is required to enter the park.
Parking fee : $7
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