Doughton Park Map

Photo by Monty E. Combs

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Rustic Brinegar Cabin at Doughton Park Rustic Brinegar Cabin at Doughton Park. Photograph by Monty E. Combs

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Thanks to donor support, this project is fully funded. You can still make an impact at Doughton Park. Learn more.

At 6,300 acres, Doughton Park is the largest recreation area along the Blue Ridge Parkway which stretches 469 miles from Shenandoah National Park in Virginia to Great Smoky Mountains National Park in North Carolina. The landscape ranges from expansive grassy meadows to forests. With more than 30 miles of trails, two historical cabins, overlooks, The Bluffs Restaurant, picnic areas, and camping, it is one of the most popular destinations within the national park unit.

Your support can ensure visitors find their way and explore all this gorgeous area has to offer. Your gift will go toward the $5,000 needed to design and print the new free map. Please give today!

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