Located near the highest point in Virginia, Grayson Highlands State Park has a lot going for it. There are beautiful mountain views and in the summer cooler temperatures. The spring flowers bloom later and the fall colors turn earlier.
Most Virginians are pretty sick of snow this winter. We have had more snow than in many years. But I have decided that the reason we’re sick of snow is more the living with the snow than snow itself. We are tired of shoveling walkways, digging out our cars, and crazy drivers who don’t seem to have the sense to slow down when roads are icy. Oh, and then there is the mud and black yucky stuff that used to be snow. And let’s not forget all the days of missed school which now have to be made up.
There is still lots of snow at Grayson Highlands State Park and I thought you might want to enjoy it without having to live with the bad parts of snow. Oh and if you like to primitive camp in Grayson in March and April, this will give you an idea of what to expect!