Lodging Near the State Park
The beautiful natural settings of Smith Mountain Lake State Park draws many visitors. Hiking, biking, and boating are just a few activities you can enjoy. Other great activities include camping, bird watching, and exploring the nature and farm exhibits held at the lake. Smith Mountain Lake features 500 miles of shoreline and boasts a variety of water activities, including swimming, boating, fishing, sailing, parasailing, and jet skiing. You can also take a lake cruise, play golf on five scenic courses, or take a tour of the Smith Mountain Dam to learn how the dam was constructed.
Smith Mountain Lake History
Visit Mabry Mill to see a working 19th-century grist mill in action or Explore Park to learn about Appalachian history from 1750 to 1880.
Long Term Rentals
Amenities are the key to having a comfy stay anywhere. Area Lodging often includes large kitchens, spacious bedrooms, and fireplaces. You can also find homes with bars, balconies, and backyards. Enjoy an extended stay without breaking the bank.