Stoney Creek Resort
Stoney Creek Resort, set in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley and the Blue Ridge Mountains, offers breathtaking beauty and the pure mountain air sought by nature lovers and health seekers. At this peaceful resort, you’ll relax amid wildflowers, wildlife, and the forest. Beautiful and interesting attractions nearby include Skyline Drive, Blue Ridge Parkway, the homes of Presidents Jefferson and Wilson, the Walton Homestead, Crabtree Falls, Natural Bridge, American Frontier Museum, P. Buckley Moss Museum, an outlet mall, and several caverns. Historical sites include the New Market Battlefield (the Civil War) and Lexington. Recognized as one of the seven natural wonders of the world, Natural Bridge, a rock formation, was once surveyed by George Washington and was formerly owned by Thomas Jefferson. The area features many hiking trails on the mountains and tours through the underground caverns. Historical figures are represented at the wax museum, and tennis, swimming, and miniature golf are available. There is a tour every 30 minutes.
Greenville, Virginia 24440
United States phone: view phone(540) 337–1510 website: Visit Website
- Open April 1 through October 31
- High-Use Seasonal Period: June 1 through August 31
- Sites: 33 Full / 130 Partial
- Check in: 1 PM Check out: Noon
- Maximum Electrical: 30 amps
- Maximum RV Length: 40 ft.
Amenities: This resort has a clubhouse, pavilion, swimming pool, shuffleboard, picnic area, playground, horseshoes, basketball, volleyball, miniature golf, lake, lake swimming, lake fishing (no license required), beach area, and boating. Dump station.
Cabins & Park Models: Trailers, Sleep 4 $50-$60. Cabins, $70-$80. Reservation Requirements: Minimum stay: 2 nights. Check in: 3 PM, Check out: Noon. A one night, non refundable deposit, is required to reserve. A $100.00 refundable, damage deposit is required. Linen rental is a separate cost.
More Info: The Museum of American Frontier Culture explores the lives of ordinary people, pioneer farmers, and artisans who moved from Europe into the Shenandoah Valley. At this living museum, you discover 18th- and 19th-century farmsteads, each producing livestock and crops as they did when the first farmers arrived. You see many historical pioneer farming practices used here. For over a decade, THE WALTONS were everyone’s family. People are still drawn to the village of Schuyler, where the story began. It was in this setting that Earl Hamner Jr., the author of The Homecoming, was born on July 10, 1923. Hamner recorded his childhood adventures in journals that later became the foundation for much of his work in television and film.