At Rendezvous Mountain, visitors can listen to the wind in the trees or stop and learn about the trees through the interactive exhibits. Five and a half miles of trail wind through the majestic Blue Ridge forest habitat. From overlooks along the park road, visitors can see Stone Mountain and the Blue Ridge Parkway to the north and Pilot Mountain, Hanging Rock, and the Sauratown mountains to the east.
Pets are permitted on park trails. Pets must be on an attended leash of no longer than 6 feet at all times. Please pick up after your pet when you are at the park; pet waste is not fertilizer and can put plants, other animals, and visitors at risk for disease. Please dispose of pet waste in garbage bins and do not throw waste bags in the woods or leave them on the ground. When sharing a trail, hikers with pets should yield to all other trail users.
Do you want to host your event at Rendezvous Mountain?
There is a picnic shelter available by reservation only, as well as a natural amphitheater.
Some large events such as weddings, athletic contests, company parties, etc. may require a Special Activity Permit.
Please contact the park if you would like to plan an event or reserve a facility. You can schedule a tour with a park staff member to plan and learn about fees and other permits: email@example.com or 336-667-5072.
Rendezvous Mountain is a great place for birdwatching. The beautiful forest habitat is home to 11 species of warblers, along with woodpeckers, vireos, the northern cardinal and the scarlet tanager.
There are no fees to access the park for most day-use activities, including hiking and birdwatching.
Picnic tables are free to use and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. The picnic shelter and the amphitheater must be reserved by contacting the park prior to use.