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Bunkhouse, Group Sites And Yurts

Fairy Stone State Park



Bunkhouse, Group Sites and Yurts


This campground is a part of Fairy Stone State Park. Fairy Stone State Park is home of the mysterious "fairy stones." It is one of the six original Virginia state parks to open on June 15, 1936. The treasured stone so prevalent in the region, beautiful scenery, rich history and ample recreational opportunities make Fairy Stone one of the favorites of park visitors. Roanoke newspaper publisher Junius B. Fishburn donated the 4537-acre site, making it the largest of the six original parks and one of the largest to this day. Fairy Stone State Park comprises 4,639 acres, and a 168 acre lake which spills into the Philpott Reservoir. A small dam and spillway separate the two lakes and does not allow for boat access from lake to lake. Only non-gasoline powered boats are allowed on Fairy Stone Lake.

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Campground Matrix

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Nearby Campgrounds Distance Notification Rate
Cabins And Lodge
Fairy Stone State Park
Red Electric / Water
Fairy Stone State Park
Yellow E/W
Fairy Stone State Park
Green Electric / Water
Fairy Stone State Park
Shelters And Fayerdale Hall
Fairy Stone State Park
Fairy Stone State Park
Made with ❤️ in Mammoth Lakes
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