Although the jumps here are not very high this is a great hike with a bunch of nice swimming holes and water slides. From 29 turn onto Hoover rd. Right if your going south left if your headed north. Stay on Hoover for 9.4 miles, it will come to a T, and then go right on VA 231N for 0.6. Take your first left onto VA 670/ Old blue ridge Tnpk. Follow this for 3.6 miles and then turn right onto state route 643, signs for White Oak Canyon. 643 turns into Weakley hollow rd. In about 4 miles you will come to the parking area for White Oak Canyon on your left. Park here. There is an entrance/parking fee that you will probably have to pay on weekends. The hike up to the first and most popular swimming hole is about 1.5-2 miles. From the parking lot start up White Oak canyon trail. After about 1/4 mile Cedar run trail turns off to the left. Stay on Cedar run trail, the swimming hole will be on your right, the water is clear and deep. This is the biggest swimming hole on the trail but if you want to hike up the trail further there are more
swimming holes and some nice slides. This spot is usually pretty empty, most people hike up White Oak Canyon which has some nice slides and beautiful falls, but no jump sites.