Grayson Highlands State Park in Virginia is a must see if you live in the Southeastern US. This lovely park Perched high in the Virginian Appalachians, in the Jefferson National Forest, this state park is home to grassy pastures and meadows, 5,000+ foot peaks, wild ponies, and crystal clear mountain streams lined with rhododendron tunnels. Providing a variety of unique sights, trails, and boulders, there’s something here for everyone. Activities include hiking, bouldering, primitive and RV camping, and horseback riding. My wife and myself took our Little Guy Teardrop trailer there this summer in hopes to see the wild pony's there. We hiked up to the Appalachian Trail that travels through the park to find them but we didn't have any luck. The park is high enough in altitude to keep the hot weather away and it was a very pleasant temperature while we were there. Our teardrop trailer did exceptionally well and we really enjoyed our trip. My trusty Sony A6000 was my main camera and it performed well. I love this park and have already gone back from the time we took this trip for a little fishing trip. Caught some local brook trout and had a great time in the area. If you like camping the outdoors and great scenic views this is the park for you.