Hillbilly Haven Log Cabin Rentals

Address: 235 Haven Lane, Roanoke, West Virginia, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 235 Haven Lane, Roanoke, is near Mill Mountain Star and Park, Valley View Mall, George Washington National Forest, and Jefferson National Forest.
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    Travel Blogs from Roanoke

    A walk up the mountain!

    A travel blog entry by stevepaine on Aug 12, 2015

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    ... mobile workplaces. On reflection Roanoke had been a good choice to stay for the conclusion of our holiday. It was a small city/town, going about it's business, nestled in a valley between the mountains of Virginia and we felt at home here and took it easy. Tomorrow will be an early start as we set off to Washington Airport and the return of the hire car. We have booked a night in an airport hotel before our flight on Friday lunch time. ...

    A look at the Mountains.

    A travel blog entry by stevepaine on Aug 11, 2015

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    ... road system up and down. When we approached a sign for Rocky Mount it seemed a good idea to follow it, it wasn't! The road took us back down to a large freeway with a sign saying Rocky Mount 35 miles. There wasn't an obvious way back, so the 'girlfriend' had to be coaxed into giving us some idea back to the parkway. When we eventually rejoined, we journeyed north and continued our stop-start tour. There were many more overlooks to see until we ...

    It's raining..... what shall we do?

    A travel blog entry by stevepaine on Aug 10, 2015

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    ... the town centre and along the path and then choose a direction to take by the river, we went right. The path meandered by the river or the huge railway yards that Roanoke is quite famous for. We met cyclists, joggers and general walkers such as ourselves. It was a very pleasant walk over bridges and under overpasses. We came across an interview with a police officer and a local television station and thought no more until we discovered the ...

    We're on the road again

    A travel blog entry by stevepaine on Aug 09, 2015

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    ... As always we chose a place to stop and change drivers, this turned out to be a place called Kingsport, Tennessee. We always choose a Walmart if possible, for toilet, stock up and fuelling opportunities. In the U.S. they also have 'Rest Stops' which provide very clean toilets, vending machines and picnic areas about every 50 miles, these are very good to pull in for a stretch ...

    Washington DC to Williamsburg to Roanoke

    A travel blog entry by annmpriest on Aug 03, 2015

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    ... to most of the group. They are heading back to New York to head home. Joined by new people. Les and Rachel from Perth are sitting behind me. We went to Williamsburg, a functioning colonial town, or some such. Just lots of shops and taverns. A few people walking around in colonial gear. Then we caught a commuter ferry from Jamestown to Scotland. I seemed to be dead asleep for a good hour. Think 2 weeks of going non-stop has caught up with me. We had a 50minute stop at ...