If you’re looking for a Blue Ridge Parkway map, you’ve come to the right place; currently I’ve collected 25 free Blue Ridge Parkway maps to view and download. (PDF files and external links will open in a new window.) Most of these maps focus on specific hiking areas and campgrounds, but there’s also a full-park map here too. You can also browse the best-selling Blue Ridge Parkway maps and guidebooks on Amazon.
Blue Ridge Parkway map from the park brochure
This is the complete Blue Ridge Parkway map from the park brochure, showing the entire length of the parkway and all facilities. Click the image to view a full size JPG (1.8 mb) or download the PDF (15.4 mb).
Blue Ridge Parkway trail maps
The trail maps below are arranged in order along the parkway from north to south. If you are just doing mostly driving and light hiking, these will be sufficient, although they don’t cover every visitor area. If you want one resource to cover all locations along the entire parkway with detailed hiking descriptions and maps, you’ll want Hiking and Traveling the Blue Ridge Parkway – the best comprehensive resource for exploring the parkway.
This Otter Creek and James River trail map (100 kb) shows trails on the northern end the parkway (near the Otter Creek Campground and James River Visitor Center), including the Trail of Trees and Otter Lake Loop Trail.
The Blue Ridge Music Center trail map (100 kb) zooms in on the music center itself, showing the amphitheater, parking area, and a couple trails (High Meadow Trail and Fisher Peak Loop), that make some nice loops.
Here is a Cumberland Knob trail map (60 kb), showing the Gully Creek and Cumberland Knob trails starting from the picnic area south of the Blue Ridge Music Center. Gully Creek has nice cascades and a waterfall.
This is a Doughton Park trail map (150 kb), showing sights around Bluffs Lodge, Bluffs Campground, Bluffs Picnic Area, and Wildcat Rocks. You’ll see trails that can be accessed from the Parkway and from outside roads.
The Crabtree Falls trail map (70 kb) shows the loop trail along Crabtree Creek to Crabtree Falls, departing from the Crabtree Falls Campground. This map also shows the campground layout and gift shop location.
This is a Craggy Gardens trail map (80 kb), featuring the trail up Craggy Pinnacle and others from the Craggy Gardens Visitor Center and picnic area. It also shows the Mountains-to-Sea Trail and Douglas Falls Trail.
Blue Ridge Parkway campground maps
The Blue Ridge Parkway campground maps are arranged here north to south in order along the parkway:
This is a Doughton Park Campground map (250 kb), located near Stone Mountain State Park. Parts of this campground may be closed depending on funding levels – inquire directly with the park before your visit.
This is a Julian Price Campground map (180 kb), located near Boone, Blowing Rock, and Linville, NC, as well as Grandfather Mountain. This large campground features six different loops, two of each are RV-only.
This is a Mt. Pisgah Campground map (170 kb), the furthest south campground on the parkway and nearest to Great Smoky Mountains. The four campsite loops separate out the RVs/trailers from tent campers.
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