Located off of Gravel Pit Road, Blueberry Hill is windy, but has good Verizon and over the air television reception. There are a limited number of campsites available. It is located a short distance between the LTVA Services Area and the Christian Services Center.
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We will give you directions for continuing South on Senator Wash Road. See From Five Corners for directions from there.
Continue South on Senator Wash South past the LTVA Registration and Services Area, which will be on your right. You will pass “Skunk Hollow” on your left. About a quarter of a mile, on the right hand side, look for Gravel Pit Road. It is about a 270 degree turn and heads back to the North. Make a hard right onto Gravel Pit Road. You will drive about a half mile: Take your 1st or 2nd left (they are very close together) up a short, but fairly steep grade. This is Blueberry Hill.
Once you’re on Gravel Pit Road heading South, you will drive about a quarter of a mile. On the left, you will see the Community Building, known as the Ramada, and a Pit Toilet on your left. As you continue driving, you will notice a small cliff to your left with a few RVs camped in front of it. Once the cliff starts to get shorter, look for a small clump of trees on your right. Turn right, right after the trees. If you miss the first right, in about a hundred feet, you will see another entrance. Both are on an incline and both take you to Blueberry Hill.