Grayson County has a variety of accomodations, including vacation homes, cabins, retreats, hotels, bed & breakfast, and campsites. Stay near Grayson Highlands, the Town of Fries or Independence, the Blue Ridge Parkway, and on the New River. There are over forty (40) lodging options for you to choose from. If you are a NEW VACATION RENTAL BUSINESS, please contact Grayson County Planning and Community Development at 276-773-2000 or 276-773-8002 to be included in our marketing promotions! We look forward to hearing from you!
Visit the high peaks of Grayson Highlands, float the scenic New River or bike the Virginia Creeper Trail. Countless outdoor recreation opportunities await you. Whether you cast the "perfect fishing lure" or try a Zipline tour, Grayson County is the perfect location for your adventure getaway.
Grayson County features year-round events, including traditional music jams and fiddlers' conventions, festivals, concerts, naturalist rallies, museums, farmers markets, wild pony auctions, trail runs, food competitions, and more... There's something for everyone, rain or shine!
There's plenty to see and do for all age groups when you visit Grayson County. Learn about the variety of attractions which are available and plan your trip today!
Grayson County is home to quaint country stores, one-of-a-kind restaurants, and unique shops. During your visit, you can find a diner, shop for supplies or discover that perfect souvenir.
Use this link to an interactive map to help you find Grayson County and the attractions that await you.
Check out our new Visitor's Guide in flipbook format contains all you need to know about visiting Grayson County, including history, outdoor recreation, fishing/hunting, festivals/events, and places to stay, eat, and shop.
In the Blue Ridge Highlands of Virginia, Grayson County is the perfect vacation getaway! Located in the middle of the Appalachian mountain chain, this vacation spot is close to metropolitan areas on the east coast. Ideal weather, combined with the highest mountains in Virginia (Mt. Rogers at 5,729' and Whitetop Mountain at 5,520'), the New River, and countless attraction venues from outdoor recreation to traditional music, make Grayson County a popular destination spot to beat the heat and relax with family and friends!