From Kingsland, GA to Wytheville, VA was non-eventful, just driving a few hours each day and set up in the campground for the night. We stayed in Walterboro, SC; Fort Mill, SC, on the NC line, and then to Wytheville, VA. We stayed there for two nights to allow us a little sightseeing time. The “smallest” thing that attracted us was this “Smallest Church in Wytheville”.
The church was built by the Outreach Ministry of one of the Baptist churches in Wytheville and in memory of one of the members who was extremely active in the ministry. It is one of the smallest churches in the United States.
While in Wytheville we also had a super lunch at this 1776 Log House.
We left Wytheville, but not Virginia and drove north 187 miles to the Harrisonburg KOA, another scenic mountain campground. This KOA is close to the Skyline Drive and we dedicated our second day here to take a ride on the drive and get some pictures.
These two pictures were taken looking west from Skyline Drive vantage points.