WHERE Are The 15 Visitor Centers on Blue Ridge Parkway

The iconic Blue Ridge Parkway stretches 469 miles, starting at Rockfish Gap, Virginia, and ending in Cherokee, North Carolina.

On your journey, you will encounter rugged mountains, pastoral landscapes, more than 200 overlooks, and 26 tunnels.

The Blue Ridge Parkway uses mileposts to mark points of interest like visitor centers, overlooks, and trailheads. It is an excellent system for finding your way around.

Mile markers start at Rockfish Gap, Virginia, Mile 0, and end at Mile 469 in Cherokee, North Carolina.

– Humpback Rocks – Mile 5.8 – James River – Mile 63.6 – Peaks of Otter – Mile 86 – Explore Park – Mile 115 – Rocky Knob – Mile 169 – Blue Ridge Music Center – Mile 213

Virginia Blue Ridge Parkway Visitor Centers:

– Doughton Park – Mile 241.1 – Moses H. Cone – Mile 294.1 – Linn Cove Viaduct – Mile 304.4 – Linville Falls – Mile 316.4 – Museum of North Carolina Minerals – Mile 330.9

North Carolina Blue Ridge Parkway Visitor Centers:

– Craggy Gardens – Mile 364.5 – Folk Art Center – Mile 382.2 – The Blue Ridge Parkway Visitor Center in Asheville – Mile 384.5 – Waterrock Knob – Mile 451.2

North Carolina Blue Ridge Parkway Visitor Centers:

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