Photograph Mabry Mill

Virginia Mabry Mill

Added by Elyse Clark

Visit one of the most photographed locations on the Blue Ridge Parkway, a historic mill built in the early 1900's that is still in operation.

Mabry Mill is one of the most photographed spots on the Blue Ridge Parkway, and rightfully so. Located at MP 176.1 the mill is beautiful in any season and easily accessed from the parking lot. Since this place is so popular, be prepared for crowds.

This place is a nice " leg-stretcher" if driving the Driving the Blue Ridge Parkway or a short side trip from the trailhead if you're hiking Rock Castle Gorge.

Visitors can also find bathrooms, a gift shop selling cornmeal and buckwheat flour ground on-site, and a restaurant. The restaurant (open daily May 1 to Nov. 1) stays busy, but it's worth it! Try their pancakes for breakfast, or pulled pork barbecue for lunch or dinner. You won't be disappointed.

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  • Camera
  • Tripod
  • Blue Ridge Parkway map
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Beginner

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Year Round

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Bathrooms
Easy Parking
Family Friendly
Food Nearby
Handicap Accessible
Scenic
Wildflowers

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21 days ago

A Must Stop For Photographer

I go there often. A great stop for any photographer. - Roger Younce Photography

21 days ago

Added by Elyse Clark

Explorer. Hiker. Photographer.

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