Also available Saturdays and Sundays after 11AM.
For rental reservations call 276-398-4099
The weather is going to be nice this weeked, it’s time to shake off winter and start thinking of spring and summer travel, golf in the mountains, hiking,biking it getting that time.
Doe Run Lodging at Groundhog Mountain
Located just minutes from Down Town Meadows of Dan, Featuring log cabins , chalets , Villas and private home rentals. We offer hot tubs, Jacuzzi, fire places, kitchens. A great weekend getaway with that special someone or bring the whole family. Lots of unique places to choose from. Contact us at 866-398-4099 or on the web at www.doerunlodging.com
Driving up the Blue Ridge Parkway on the way to work this morning, I saw three doe, one buck, lots of turkey. What a great place to be, come join us for a great weekend.
Thanks for all the calls, to let everyone know the roof is running along on time and the bar is being painted today, We have already booked a few weddings and a couple party’s . Just remember we are open now for rentals. I’ll have more pictures soon.
I have had so many people calling to find out about the progress, I desided to keep posting as we go. The roof work has begun. And going well no rain in sight.
We are happy to let everyone know, that The Doe Run Restaurant will be opening this summer along with the pool. For now we are waiting on the spring rains to stop and we are trying to get all our ducks in line. July is our goal, but I will be posting again to let everyone know.
Last call to board The Titanic!
Only a handful of seats remain for tomorrow’s
Dinner Theater at Maples Restaurant.
Enjoy a night with NoneSuch Playmakers as they present their adaptation of the last night aboard that ill-fated voyage, in addition to a
5~Course Wine Dinner, prepared by Chef Ed & The Maples Staff! Maples Restaurant & The Tavern will be closed to the public Saturday night, 5/5 for our dinner theater
Kanawha Valley’s 3rd Annual Civil War Re-Enactment
I saw this report and thought it might be interesting to our nature lovers. This is the Blue Ridge Parkway Wildflower Report for mid-April. It continues to be a warm spring in many parts of the country including here along the Blue Ridge.
The Trillium and Fire Pink are showing up way ahead of schedule. You might look for them in the James River area or around Roanoke in the Virginia section of the Parkway.
Heading south of Roanoke through Rocky Knob a few Flame and Pink Azaleas are beginning to show up again way ahead of schedule. In North Carolina between Blowing Rock and Spruce Pine you’ll find many violets along the trails that you may hike on the Parkway.
Chickweed is prominent along this section. Serviceberry trees are starting to pop out along the roadside. Bloodroot can be found along the Parkway—look for it near the Minerals Museum at Milepost 331.
Great year for the Dogwood Tree—beautiful blooms depending on the elevation throughout the area between Blowing Rock and Spruce Pine. Around the Linn Cove Viaduct and Linville Falls Bluets are covering the ground. Look for Trillium popping out around the Minerals Museum, too.