Your Peaceful RV Paradise in the Virginia Mountains
We heard about Deer Creek Motorcoach Resort from friends that own there and recently had the opportunity to visit this beautiful Class A only RV Resort. Located in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains on the Virginia-North Carolina border, this is one of the most relaxing locations we have visited in our RV.
Located just outside Galax, Virginia at an elevation of 2900 feet, Deer Creek Motorcoach Resort offers a welcome retreat from the heat of the summer.
Welcoming and Friendly RV Resort
The first thing you will notice about this first-class boutique RV resort is how friendly and helpful the residents of Deer Creek Motorcoach Resort are! We arrived in a summer downpour and still the resort Ambassador Jean met us at the gate to welcome us in.
Once the quick summertime rain shower was over, we realized that not only were we guided to our beautiful site but there was a welcome sign with our names on it including our dog Rider!
Perfectly Manicured Beautiful Custom RV Lots
The second thing you will notice about Deer Creek is how beautiful and well maintained the lots are. Our lot is privately owned and had an outdoor kitchen and a cute log cabin casita. When you decide to visit Deer Creek as we recommend you do, ask if there are lots available that allow you to use the individual amenities. Our visit was just for 4 short days, and since the property had been winterized from the prior season, we didn’t ask to use anything.
All the lots in Deer Creek are customized and the Homeowners Association takes care of the grounds, so everything is immaculate.
Clubhouse With A View
The Clubhouse was closed during our visit due to health precautions being taken for COVID-19, but there is a large covered deck complete with rocking chairs and outdoor seating and a wood-burning fireplace to enjoy on cool mountain evenings.
Safety Throughout The Resort
In addition to the social distancing and sanitizing procedures being followed at DCMR, we noticed something else that we have never seen in any other resort. There are AED stations set up throughout the park.
Amenities At Deer Creek Motorcoach Resort
- Deeded lots
- Executive Par 3, Nine-hole golf course
- Exercise Room
- Paved Roads and Concrete pads
- AEDs located throughout the Resort
- Modern Hospitals nearby
Frequently Asked Questions About Deer Creek Motorcoach Resort (DCMR)
Is the resort gated?
Yes, Deer Creek Motorcoach Resort is gated and very secure.
What Type of RVs Are Allowed At DCMR?
Deer Creek Motorcoach Resort is a Class A only resort.
How Many Lots Are There?
There are 70 lots at Deer Creek Motorcoach Resort. The intimate boutique setting gives this first-class RV resort a feeling of returning home to family!
Is There A Place To Store Coach Trailers At DCMR?
Yes, there is a storage area at the Cool Breeze Campground next door to Deer Creek. You can contact them directly to make arrangements at 866-342-0300.
Can You Buy A Lot At DCMR?
Yes, you can buy a lot at Deer Creek. The resort is completely sold out, but some resales are available.
What Type Of Ownership Are DCMR Lots?
The RV lots are Deer Creek are deeded. If you want to learn more about RV lot ownership you can read Can I Buy A Luxury RV Lot?
What Do RV Lots Cost At DCMR?
The RV lot prices at Deer Creek range from $63,000-$195,000 depending on whether they have been built out and what the lot size and amenities are on the lot.
Can You Build On Your Lot At DCMR?
Yes, you can build on your RV lot at Deer Creek. To keep property values up, the HOA has architectural guidelines.
Can You Rent Your Lot Out When You Are Not Using It?
Yes, you can rent out your lot at DCMR when you are not using it. The rates depend on the size of the lot and the amenities on it.
Is Deer Creek Motorcoach Resort Open Year-Round?
Yes, Deer Creek is open year-round. The Clubhouse closes for Winter from November through March, but many owners still use their cabins during that time.
What Town Is DCMR Closest To?
Deer Creek Motorcoach Resort is just minutes away from Galax, Virginia.
What Is Galax, Virginia Known For?
World’s Capital of Old-Time Mountain Music and Bluegrass
Considered the center of old-time mountain music, Galax is famous for instrument making and even has a distinctive style of Appalachian dulcimer named after it!
Galax is also the place where the very popular annual bluegrass music festival, the Old Fiddler’s Convention, has been held since 1935!
What is there to do in surrounding area?
Deer Creek Motorcoach Resort is centrally located in an area that allows access to all kinds of fun activities, events, and festivals that happen in the Spring through Summer months. There’s something for everyone. Here’s a list of a few things to do around Deer Creek Motorcoach Resort.
Listen to Music on The Blue Ridge Music Trail
Experience the authentic sounds of music-rich Western North Carolina. Visit BlueRidgeMusicNC.com to learn more.
Take A Motorcycle Ride
Some of the most famous motorcycle rides can be found minutes from Deer Creek. Don’t have your own motorcycle? Rent one and ride the Claw, the Tail of the Dragon, or any other thrill-filled ride.
Visit Mount Airy, NC to See Real life Mayberry
The old Andy Griffith show was based on this adorable tiny town. You can wander the town enjoying sweets, or take a tour in an old-time police squad car!
Eat Your Way Through The Western North Carolina Cheese Trail
You’ve heard of wine trails, hiking trails, and brewery trails, but have you ever heard of a Cheese Trail?! Yes, there is a cheese trail and cheese fest in Western North Carolina that is held in the Spring each year with over 40 farms and creameries participating. Check out wnccheesetrail.org for more information and to plan your visit.
Drive The Famous Blue Ridge Parkway
This world famous 469-mile scenic highway through the mountains of Virginia and North Carolina has breathtaking views, spectacular hiking and amazing waterfalls. You can even do some whitewater rafting along the way!
Other Things To Do Near Deer Creek Motorcoach Resort
- Play Golf
- Visit Wineries
- Cycle the New River Trail
- Visit farmers markets
- Go on antique hunts
- Buy hand-made guitars, fiddles and even dulcimers
- Tour Breweries