Round Peak Vineyards – Uncovering A Hidden Gem

Discover Round Peak Vineyards in Mt. Airy, NC – a serene retreat offering award-winning wines, craft beers, live music, and stunning mountain views. Perfect for a relaxing getaway!

🍷 Our Visit to Round Peak Vineyards with Harvest Hosts

Hey there, fellow RV enthusiasts! Buckle up, because today we’re taking you on a delightful journey to Round Peak Vineyards in the charming town of Mount Airy, North Carolina.

If you’re cruising near I-77 or the Blue Ridge Parkway, this hidden gem is a must-visit.

It’s a perfect blend of scenic beauty, fine wine, and laid-back vibes, all wrapped up in a warm, welcoming atmosphere.

A large barn-like building with a "Round Peak Vineyard" sign, surrounded by a manicured lawn, a gravel driveway, and partly cloudy sky overhead.

Day 3! We crossed the North Carolina State Line driving 198 miles before stopping at Round Peak Vineyards.

A green road sign welcomes travelers to North Carolina, indicating the state line and Mecklenburg County, with the state flag depicted on the sign. Nearby, Round Peak Vineyards offers a perfect stop to enjoy local wines as you enter the state.

Ready to dive in? Let’s go!

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🍇 What is Harvest Hosts

Harvest Hosts is a special network for RVers, offering unique overnight stays at places like wineries, farms, and breweries.

It’s like having a backstage pass to hidden gems across the country.

As a member, you can park your RV in these scenic spots and enjoy immersive experiences, supporting local businesses along the way.

A green grassy lawn stretches out to vineyards, with a mountain visible in the distance under a clear blue sky. A gazebo stands on the right side, partially shaded by nearby trees.

It’s the perfect way to add excitement and adventure to your road trips!

🤗 A Warm Welcome and Perfect Parking

We knew we were in for a treat from the moment we pulled into Round Peak Vineyards.

The stunning mountain views and vibrant flowers set the stage for a magical evening.

A garden bed with vibrant pink flowers alongside a concrete walkway, near a dark grey building with a light green door. Trees and a wooden fence are visible in the background.

We were greeted promptly and given clear directions on where to park.

A recreational vehicle and a pickup truck are parked in a gravel parking lot in front of a building with a sign reading "Round Peak Vineyards" on a sunny day.

We lucked out with a shaded spot under the trees, right next to the fenced-in dog park.

A motorhome with red and white detailing is parked on a dirt area surrounded by tall trees, with sunlight filtering through the leaves. Another smaller vehicle is seen in the background.

Talk about a perfect setup! Harley was thrilled to have a safe space to play after we settled in.

A fenced outdoor area with dirt ground, scattered trees, metal chairs, and a wooden structure in the background.

With just one other Harvest Host member—a small van—it was a peaceful, quiet night, ideal for unwinding.

Watching the sun set is one of my favorite things to do and the view from the patio did not disappoint.

Sunset over a vineyard with rows of grapevines and distant trees silhouetted against the colorful sky.

🍷 Sipping and Savoring the Best of Round Peak

Our adventure started in the indoor tasting room, where the owner walked us through their impressive selection of wines.

A cozy wine club room featuring numerous wine bottles on shelves, a small TV mounted above, and a round table with a barrel base. A dog is sleeping on a cushion in the corner.

I opted for a wine flight, which included six delightful varieties and a keepsake glass.

A tray with nine small wine samples and a menu on a metal table, overlooking a vineyard under a blue sky with scattered clouds.

Each sip was a new experience, but the Skull Camp Sweetest Thing stood out for me.

A hand holding a bottle of Skull Camp wine in front of the Round Peak Vineyards building on a clear day.

This sweet Rosé, crafted from Chardonnay, Vidal Blanc, and a hint of red wine, was simply divine.

And let’s not forget the wine slushies! The flavor of the day was the lemon-lime flavor, and it was the perfect refreshing treat for a warm evening.

Hand holding a green slushie with a straw in front of a building with the "Round Peak Vineyards" sign.

If you’re feeling peckish, they’ve got you covered with a variety of snacks to pair with your drinks.

😋 Discovering Unique Flavors

One of the highlights of our visit was learning about the Bubbly Nirvana Sparkling Rosé, made from Elderflower blooms grown right there in the vineyard.

Close-up of a plastic cup filled with sparkling rosé placed on a menu listing its details: 'Bubbly Nirvana Sparkling Rosé, 4 oz flute, made with elderberry flowers grown in the vineyard. Bubbly, floral, and lightly sweet.'.

The backstory was fascinating—initially planted for beer production, deer and birds always snatched up the elderberries.

A clever customer suggested making elderflower wine instead, and now Round Peak is the only winery in the area producing this unique beverage.

It’s a nod to a European tradition that dates back 300 years!

All the wines at Round Peak are hand-harvested and estate-bottled, ensuring top-notch quality.

Rows of grapevines grow in a vineyard bordered by lush green trees under a clear blue sky.

It’s no wonder they’ve won multiple awards.

And for those who prefer hops to grapes, Round Peak is also home to Skull Camp Brewing, offering a selection of craft beers.

A wall-mounted beverage dispenser with 18 different drink options labeled with colorful chalk above metal taps, and a small bucket on a counter below.

🎯 Fun and Games in the Vineyard

But wine isn’t the only attraction at Round Peak.

They’ve got an 18-hole disc golf course that winds through the vineyard, providing a fun way to enjoy the beautiful surroundings.

Disc golf course sign with map, hole number 1 marker, and courtesy rules under a tree in a park setting.

We gave it a shot and, well, let’s just say we need a bit more practice!

There’s also a quirky game called hookey that had us laughing at our lack of skills.

A wooden hookey board with numbered hooks and a red ring is mounted on a wooden wall.

And here’s a tip: don’t bother looking at the clock while you’re there.

A wall clock with numbers arranged in a scrambled order, featuring a silver frame and black face, mounted on a beige wall.

Between the wine, the games, and the stunning views, you’ll feel like you’ve been blissfully lost in time all day.

🎸 Live Music, Food Trucks, and Friendly Faces

If you plan your visit for the weekend, you’re in for an extra treat.

Round Peak hosts live music and occasionally brings in food trucks, adding to the festive atmosphere.

A chalkboard outside a green door lists live music events on May 18 and May 25, along with available drinks. A water bowl is on the ground next to the board, and part of a person's leg is visible.

Ken and his wife, the owners, have created a place that feels like home.

Outdoor patio area under a wooden roof with empty metal tables and chairs, overlooking a landscaped green field and hills under a partly cloudy sky.

It’s no wonder it’s the fourth oldest winery in the area, steeped in history and charm.

🚔 Exploring Mayberry and Beyond

After a fantastic afternoon at Round Peak, we unhooked our truck from our RV and took a short drive into Mount Airy.

Street view of a barbershop named "Floyd's City Barber Shop" in a small town, with a sidewalk, shops, and parked motorcycles visible in the background.

Known as the hometown of Andy Griffith (or Mayberry for fans of the show), this quaint town is just 15 minutes away. (Thanks to the ladies at Big Rig Friendly RV Park for telling me this before we left in the morning.)

An elderly man sits at a sheriff's desk holding a telephone and a dog, with a gavel, clipboard, and office supplies on the desk. An American flag and a wall map are in the background.

We had a blast exploring the local sights, including a stop at Walmart and the Mayberry Chrome Shop to see what we could find for our Super C RV.

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📶 Cell Phone Service and Internet

We have multiple internet jetpacks and we always test the speeds wherever we go. (if I remember, lol!)

At Round Peak Vineyards, you have to remember that it is in the mountains. With that said, any internet is good internet.

AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon phone internet were not that great. The best was the Verizon Jetpack coming in at 42.5 downloads.

The Verizon cell service had two bars. I forgot to check AT&T’s cell service.

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📍 Location and Hours

Round Peak Vineyards is located at 765 Round Peak Church Rd, Mt Airy, NC 27030. The phone number is (336) 352-5595.

Sign for Round Peak Vineyards detailing tasting and tour hours: Open Sunday through Friday from 12 PM to 5 PM, Saturday from 11 AM to 6 PM, closed Monday to Thursday in Jan-Mar. Contact info provided.

🎬 Wrapping Up

Our visit to Round Peak Vineyards was a quick overnight stop in our RV adventure. But it was one of the top on the list of out Harvest Hosts stays.

A wooden porch with brown adirondack chairs, a circular side table, potted plants, and a yellow door. A fence is visible in the background.

From the warm hospitality and exceptional wines to the serene setting and fun activities, it’s a destination we’ll be talking about for a long time.

Whether you’re a wine connoisseur, a craft beer enthusiast, or just looking for a picturesque spot to relax, Round Peak has something for everyone.

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So, fellow RVers, add Round Peak Vineyards to your travel list of Harvest Hosts destinations and let the magic of this wonderful place sweep you off your feet.

But remember, you must be a member of Harvest Hosts to stay with your RV.

A framed artwork made of wine corks arranged to resemble the American flag. Below it are a thermostat, a small key, a "DO NOT USE" sign, two remote controls, and a menu.

We have stayed at many Harvest Hosts locations and is well worth the RV membership price.

Cheers to new adventures and unforgettable memories!

Until next time, happy travels and happy tasting!

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