The Claytor Nature Study Center has a nice campground a short walk through the woods from the Education Building where the meeting will be held. There are several private campsites, each with tent pad, picnic table, and fire pit with grill.
A spacious group camping area with larger fire pit is also available.
One shower and two bathrooms on the lower level of the education building may be accessed through the night.
Vanquility Acres Inn Bed & Breakfast & Peaksview Cottage
Ellen and John Everett
105 Angus Terrace, Bedford, VA 24523
The Roost Bed and Breakfast
Sue and Andy Cornelius
1380 Otterlea Lane, Bedford VA 24523
Forget Me Not Bed & Breakfast
Kathy and John Graham
733 Peaks Street, Bedford, VA 24523
Cedar Post Inn Bed & Breakfast
Sally and Kevin Santmyer
1346 Reed Creek Road, Big Island, VA 24526
Days Inn – Bedford
921 Blue Ridge Avenue
Bedford, VA 24523
Recently renovated, microwave and fridge, large continental breakfast, outdoor pool, high speed wireless, Mexican Restaurant and bar on premises.
842 Sword Beach Lane
Bedford, VA 24523
AAA, AARP with 10% discount
Breakfast, high-speed Internet, privileges at YMCA nearby.
The National D-Day Memorial
The memorial is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Openings before or after normal operating hours are by special arrangement for additional fees.
Regular Entry Fee: – $5 per adult; $3 per child (ages 6-16); under 6 – free
The National D-Day Memorial is located at the interchange of Routes 460 Bypass and 122, in the City of Bedford, between Roanoke and Lynchburg, Virginia. Access to Interstate 81 and Route 29 from Route 460 are within 20 miles of the Memorial. You may view this location using the MapQuest map service. To use a GPS system, use 3 Overlord Circle, Bedford, Virginia for directions.