Two campgrounds with a total of 206 campsites available. Can accommodate RVs up to 45ft, back-ins, and pull thrus, water, 30 and 50 amp electric hookups, dump station, 22 full hookup sites, tent sites, picnic table, clean modern restrooms and shower facilities. Everything is here to make your stay easy and comfortable. Propane, swimming pool, biking, boat ramp, tennis courts, skating, fishing, handicap accessible, hiking, ice, nature watching, and playground. 315 acres of scenic, level, and rolling land. The park is owned and operated by the City of Buena Vista.
Open year-round. PA is valid for 3 nights. PA is not valid during holidays, holiday weekends, and local events (call for details). No reservations, drive-up accommodations only. Please call ahead to check availability. Cash, check, Visa and MC accepted. Pets are welcome with responsible owners. *Plus tax.
Located 5 miles from Lexington and 40 miles from Roanoke. From I-81, take Buena Vista EX188A onto US 60 east. At 1st traffic light, turn R to Forge Rd & follow signs. RV/Camper traffic, stay on US 60, turn R at 2nd light (US 501/Beech St) & travel thru downtown. Turn R on 10th St. Glen Maury Park will be on R just over bridge. From the Blue Ridge Parkway (US 60), turn N (L) on US 501/Beedh St. Travel thru town. Turn R on 10th St. Glen Maury Park will be on R just over bridge.
Rate: $25.00*, P.A.: $12.50*
I have stayed here a few times, very convenient stop for an overnight driving on 81. It’s not immediately off the highway but not too far of a drive into town. It’s basically a large lawn area and parking on the grass. Spots are all marked. It’s very nice and quiet and have always met friendly people there. There’s a pavilion and clean bathrooms and showers.
We stay at Glen Maury Park campground for only one night. We were late so we were only able to get partial hookups. The park was quite full. There is hardly any shade. It is just an open field. The park was quiet. Nice grassy area. The folks in the office are extra nice people. We didn’t have a chance to really experience much. We were just passing through.
What a wonderful treat to stay at this park. We have a class C 31 ft RV. We drove all the way to the top and it was a wonderful, wooded area. There were a few full hookups, but we took a spot with just water and electricity and it was great. There were about 12 sites up on top of the mountain but only 5 RVs including ours. We were very spread out and that was great! If it weren't for Passport America, we would have never found this park. We have told several of our friends about this park and we will be back.
Stayed at this park in May and was so impressed we came back in October 2019. We had no problem getting in with our 23’ trailer to the upper forest area sites. Larger rigs stay in the open area to the right of the office. Some of the hookups are not in the best location and may require extensions for electric. Bath house and toilets were clean but dated. Only negative were the overnight trains passing by! If you arrive after hours just find a site and see the office in the morning.
This was our second stop in the area and both times we have stayed here. The first time we stayed along the river which was great. The second time we stayed up on top which we enjoyed. We have a 36' fifth wheel trailer. We would like to thank all the people who we dealt with. On our second trip there was a bicycle rally and they recommended top side. Had a great time both times. If in the area we hope that you would stay here and enjoy as we did. Thanks Glen Maury Park.
Apr 2013 - This was a quick 2 night stop for us mid-way through a 60 day trip in our 37 ft Class A. We were scheduled to stay in the "RV" camping section of this park, but the young lady at check in told us that we might have trouble negotiating the narrow roads and sites with our RV. She suggested we use the "group rally field" sites which we did since it had the same water/electric hook ups as the wooded sites. Great advice - huge grassy field, well lit, and situated right along the Maury River. Great view of the historic Paxton House. Out of curiosity we drove our car up the high, narrow road into the upper sites and found we would have NEVER been able to weave the coach through that area without difficulty, even without a toad vehicle! In all, a very good value park with a nice bath house/restroom (short walk or drive from rally field)