In Roanoke, vacation rentals start at $68 per night.
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Cradled in the Blue Ridge Mountains, Roanoke is the premier Eastern destination for those seeking a city influenced by the wilderness and a base to explore it. Founded in 1882, Roanoke has played a major role in the metropolitan development of Western Virginia. Visitors of all kinds are certain to find something charming about this gem of Appalachia.
Things to do in Roanoke
Travel the Blue Ridge Parkway: A destination unto itself, the parkway is a scenic highway connecting the Shenandoah National Park and The Great Smokey Mountains National Park. Visit the Taubman Art Museum: A comprehensive collection of some of the best in American artwork from the 19th and 20th centuries, in addition to the best in local and Southern folk art. The museum also houses the Roanoke children’s theater which produces four shows a year that are geared towards a family audience. Visit the Blue Ridge Beerway! Virginia’s microbrew scene is one of the state’s best kept secrets, and Roanoke boasts some of the best taprooms in the state! Microbreweries are a great way to get exposure to locals who are passionate about the community and its history in addition to supporting local businesses that make towns like Roanoke unique. Roanoke also has some of the country’s best jazz, blues, and bluegrass performances year round in many of its downtown bars and clubs. Take a stroll through the Old Southwest neighborhood, a well preserved sampling of late 19th century architecture featuring beautiful homes and local businesses. The best time to walk around is in the late afternoon and early evening, when the sun sets slowly behind old growth trees and illuminates the old wood and porches of the neighborhoods exquisite homes.
Day Trips From Roanoke
Within city limits there are 18 miles of greenway alongside streams and through forests and fields, perfect for hiking and biking! The Great Smoky Mountain National Park, accessible through the Blue Ridge Parkway, is a regional outdoor favorite. The park offers fishing, camping opportunities, hikes for all skill levels, and scenic bike trails. Shenandoah National Park, also accessible by the Blue Ridge Parkway, offers camping, hiking, and educational opportunities.
Tripping.com features 221 rentals in Roanoke designed to fit all budgets! Stay in the middle of town or further away from the city in a charming cottage. Wherever you choose to call home, you’ll enjoy coming back after a day of exploring the outdoors.
Transportation in Roanoke
The Roanoke-Blacksburg airport is only about 3 and a half miles from downtown Roanoke, so transport to and from the airport is always quick and affordable. Charlottesville is approximately two hours away, and Richmond (another good city to fly in and out of) is three hours away. Consider renting a car so that you can explore the surrounding scenic areas with more ease.