Oracle Campus

  • Jay Hurley Oversees Install of Campus Lights and Signs
  • Music Making at 100 Shovels Groundbreaking Ceremony
  • Mimi in the Garden - 2010
  • Mimi in the Garden - 2016
  • Pat Paints a Mural on the Spring House
  • Mimi at Work on Spring House Pond
  • Amy, Katie, Laura, and BJ take a Break on Spring House Pond
  • Katie Staining  Pavillion Siding
  • BJ on Pavillion Carpentry Duty
  • Gary Ball Building Rustic Privy for Campground
  • Chris & Scottie Painting Medicine Wheel
  • 2017 Women's Retreat Gathers at Medicine Wheel
  • Turtle Labrynth Head Shot!
  • Katie, Jim, Joan, Donna placing Stones on the Turtle Labyrinth
  • Turtle Labrynth Builders Take a Break
  • Daniel, Steve and Dod Construct Turtle Labyrinth Retaining Wall
  • Laura and Noel Laying Stones
  • Gary placing BIG Stones
  • Laura George Celebrates the Labyrinth
  • Venus Takes the High Ground
  • Venus Provides Moral Support as Jay Wires Lighting
  • Jay Hurley Custom Fashions Window Rims for Peace Pentagon Stained Windows
  • The Results of Jay's Handiwork Installed
  • Jay and BJ Install the Crow Window
  • Calvin, Maria, Amy at the Rental House
  • Katie and Eric at the Rental House (now wrapped!)
  • BJ, Chris & Cleo Inspect the Peace Pentagon Bell
  • Eric Creates Peace Pentagon Landscape
  • Laura and Mimi Rocking Out!
  • More Rocking...
  • Venus and Peace Pentagon Rocked Exterior

Our Campus in the Virginia Highlands

The 22-acre Oracle Campus is situated in the New River Valley near the small town of Independence, Virginia. The campus is located in Grayson County, whose motto is: Protector of Nature.

Oracle Campus rests along the New River – the oldest river in the Western Hemisphere and possibly the oldest river in the world. The New River flows south-to-north and stretches 320 miles, eventually merging with the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers and streaming into the Atlantic Ocean at the Gulf of Mexico.

Seal of Grayson county, VA

Our campus is located in a region of the Blue Ridge Mountains nicknamed the “Virginia Highlands,” due to its striking similarity to the Scottish Highlands and because many Scots-Irish immigrants settled here.

Previously, the New River Valley was the hunting grounds of the Cherokee and other Native people, and our campus contains an indigenous burial site. To honor our forebears, we built the Turtle Island Labyrinth and Peace Pole Medicine Wheel.

Oracle Campus Maps and Amenities

Oracle Campus Aerial ViewOracle Campus - Aerial View

Oracle Campus is surrounded by Blue Ridge Mountain beauty! Our stunning site includes:

  • Frontage on the New River and Saddle Creek
  • 3 Homes, including our Guest House
  • Peace Pentagon conference center
  • Walking labyrinth, medicine wheel, and other outdoor sanctuaries
  • Hiking trails, pond, and meditation gazebo
  • Campground amenities, including an outdoor kitchen pavilion and rustic outhouses.
Oracle Campus MapOracle Campus - Infrastructure

On-site or nearby recreational activities include:

  • Fishing and swimming
  • Kayaking, canoeing, tubing, and public boat launch
  • Golf, biking, and horseback riding
  • National and state parks, including Mount Rogers, the highest peak in Virginia at 5,700 feet!
  • Hiking on 170 miles of the Appalachian Trail
  • Creeper Trail Zipline
  • Old Fiddlers Convention and Crooked Road music trail, which draw bluegrass lovers from around the world
  • Appalachian Arts and Crafts festivals, farmers markets, wineries, and antique shops.

Discover Grayson County for more information on local events and attractions.