The Peaks of Otter Campground is nestled between the bases of two dominating mountains in the rolling hills of Virginia. The 24-acre Abbott Lake is one of the biggest attractions the Peaks of Otter Park has to offer. The lake is well-stocked with small mouth bass and bluegill. A crystal-clear mountain stream also winds through the campground and picnic area, creating a tranquil backdrop for your camping trip.
One of four Blue Ridge Parkway campgrounds in Virginia, the Peaks of Otter has 132 sites to accomodate tents or self-contained recreational vehicles. There are no electrical, water, or sewer hookups to individual sites, although dump stations are available.
Campsites are shaded under an umbrella of thick trees, and provide campers with tables, campfire rings and grills. The site also offers modern conveniences like flush toilets, drinking water and a dump station.