In the Blue Ridge Highlands of Southwest Virginia, Grayson County, Virginia is the perfect place to enjoy the beauty of nature, spend time with friends and family, relax and unwind. Home to the highest mountains in Virginia, Mt. Rogers at 5,729' and Whitetop Mountain at 5,520', the New River and countless acres of public lands to explore. Grayson County is filled with natural and cultural assets available for your enjoyment.
Grayson County was formed in 1793 and has a rich history of Appalachian culture and music. In the eastern part of the county you will find the Blue Ridge Parkway, the Blue Ridge Music Center and the New River Trail. In the western part of the county the mountain peaks of Mount Rogers National Recreation Area/Grayson Highlands State Park shadow the rolling pastures, meadows and farmland. The scenic New River complements the landscape, with numerous access points for enjoyment.
Cabins and bed and breakfasts are located throughout the county. Visit Places to Stay to learn more about lodging in Grayson County. Rest, Relax and Unwind in Grayson County, Virginia. We love it here and we think that you will too!