Roadtrip to Roanoke

Get a head start on your travel itinerary with a visit to Reines RV Center. Check out the inventory of new and used travel trailers, motor homes, camper travel trailers and accessories, and select what you need for a roadtrip to Roanoke.

Places of Interest

A trip to Roanoke wouldn’t be complete without a stop at the 88.5-foot neon Roanoke Star and Overlook lighting up the valley for over 70 years. It is Roanoke’s way of saying “welcome.” From the overlook, the city, known as the “Star City of the South” is a twinkling delight. The star is visible from nearly all areas of the city and shines brightly every night until midnight.

The Luray Caverns and Dixie Caverns provide an exciting look at massive structures of stalagmite and stalactite. Take the one-hour tour of Luray and explore the walkways through rooms towering 10-feet high, stone columns and crystal pools. Also onsite are the Car & Carriage exhibit, one-acre ornamental garden and Luray Valley Museum.

At Dixie Caverns, visitors take a 45-minute tour of these beautiful caves first opened to the public in 1923. Onsite are the rock and mineral shop, souvenir shop and an antique mall. Dixie Caverns also offers year-round camping.

Attractions

Mill Mountain Zoo

Open year round, the zoo offers a look at more than 170 animals that include 21 species considered vulnerable and endangered. Plan your visit for the 3rd Saturday of any month between May and October to experience Breakfast with the Animals. Afterwards, take a ride on the Zoo Choo miniature train for a trip around the park.

Virginia Museum of Transportation

Step back in time and learn about the history of the railroads through the museums 50+ exhibits including steam, electric and diesel locomotives, passenger cars, cabooses and freight cars. The museum also includes vintage cars, trucks and horse drawn carriages and an area covering aviation.

Things to Do

Vineyards and Wineries

A “must do” for wine lovers is exploring The Wine Trail of Botecourt County. Visit three vineyards and enjoy the scenic views along the way and tours and wine tastings at each winery.

Visit Reines RV Center for last minute items and a service check-up then make your way to Roanoke, a city full of charm and history and enjoy museums, art galleries, Mill Mountain Park, hiking trails in the Blue Ridge Mountains and southern hospitality.

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