The Blue Ridge Parkway is a beautiful road........probably one of the best, as long as you're not in a hurry. Lots of scenic lookouts, and some are not accessible to RVs.
Do yourself a favor and park the rig. The BRP is best enjoyed by car, as some of the facilities and pull outs are not that big. There's lots of hills that will cost you in gas when climbing, and give your brakes a workout on the descent. This is not a journey for you to "cut your teeth on" with a new rig. Lots of bicyclists and motorcycles frequent the route too. The worst part with the bicyclists, is that there are a number of tunnels (especially in the lower half of the park) that are completely "black" inside and it's impossible to see the bicycles inside. Some of the tunnels are straight and you can see end to end, but the ones that curve can be unnerving.
Enjoy the BRP.......but not in the rig!
Ken and Terry
2010 Georgetown 330TS being pushed by our
2017 GMC Terrain toad (4 wheels down)