Since 1888, the Moose fraternal organization has focused on taking care of children, seniors, and bettering their surrounding community.

Roanoke Moose Lodge 284 embraces those values still today and, along with the Women of the Moose Chapter 1022, are proud to serve the Roanoke Valley and Craig County communities.

We invite you to explore our website and learn more about our “lodge on the hill” on 311 and the people who contribute to the betterment of our valley and the surrounding area.

Moose Family Center

Accreditation certificate from Moose International recognizing the Roanoke Moose Lodge as a Moose Family Center
Roanoke Moose Family Center recognition from Moose International

As a recognized Moose Family Center by Moose International, Roanoke Moose Lodge 284 offers a number of family friendly amenities and programs, and special arrangements can be made for public use of our facilities.

Annually we host several open to the public events such as Kids’ Christmas and Halloween parties, Easter Egg Hunts, various live band opportunities, and special events.

We also invite the community to arrange for use of our event hall and meeting space.

Make use of our Social Quarters

One of the privileges of being a member of Loyal Order or Women of the Moose is the use of the social quarters, designed as a family-centered space for you to relax and socially connect with fellow members and guests.

Learn more about the activities in the social quarters and the calendar of upcoming events.

Explore this majestic region from our private campground

If you are a member of Loyal Order or Women of the Moose living in the area or traveling cross country, we invite you to make use of our campground, swimming pool, playground and pavilion. Contact us to reserve a site for your recreational vehicle. Tent camping is also readily available.

Take advantage of the proximity to the outdoor opportunities in this majestic region featuring hiking at McAfee Knob, mountain biking at Carvins Cove, or enjoy the culture of historic downtown Roanoke.