Gala Campground

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Gala Campground is located off U.S. 220, 4 miles south of Eagle Rock. The primitive style campground features many river front sites and has been designed for tent camping for paddle in or drive in customers. Each of the 12 large campsites are numbered and include a fire ring, picnic table, parking area, and level tent area. Portable toilets and a dumpster are available. Due to its wilderness style and low impact design, only small RVs or trailers are allowed; no hookups or generators.

Nearby Wineries

  • Blue Ridge Vineyard Expand Collapse

    Be as adventurous as you wish — tour the vineyard, follow nature paths, and picnic — or lounge in the barn and inhale the beautiful vista as you sip one of Blue Ridge Vineyard’s signature wines.

    Blue Ridge is the proud holder of three 2011 Virginia Governor’s Cup medals and five gold medals from Virginia Wine Lover Magazine.

    Blue Ridge Vineyard is located in Eagle Rock, VA, which is a short and beautiful drive (less than 45 minutes) from Salem, Roanoke, Lexington, Buena Vista, Natural Bridge, Vinton, Fincastle, Buchanan, and just about anywhere in between. Take the afternoon off and come see why people come for the music, stay for the view, and return for the wine.

    Blue Ridge Vineyard is part of the Wine Trail of Botetourt County.

  • Virginia Mountain Vineyards Expand Collapse

    At Virginia Mountain Vineyards you can forget about the present and enjoy the picturesque mountain views visible on top of Zion Hill. Surrounded by the Blue Ridge and Alleghany mountains, the vineyard is 14 miles north of Interstate 81 outside of Fincastle.

    The first generation family owned and operated vineyard and winery, offers 13 wines. Owners David and Marie Gibbs are happy answer questions about the vineyard or winery; greater knowledge about grape growing, harvesting, and processing may help you to better appreciate and enjoy a good wine.

    Virginia Mountain Vineyards was established in the spring of 1998 with the planting of 3,325 Chardonnay and Cabernet Franc vines. There are more than 5,625 vines today with the addition of Merlot, Traminette, and Petit Verdot grapes covering more than 9.5 acres. Virginia Mountain Vineyard is part of the Wine Trail of Botetourt County.

    The winery is open March through December.

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