This map shows a grounds and building plan for a Motor Service and Tea Room stop at Rocky Knob Park on the Blue Ridge Parkway. The design was created by Robert G. Hall and Gilbert Thurlow in 1936. The drawing shows trees, roads, a parking area, and a tea room and motor service station. A legend in the bottom right corner of the map identifies each room in the building layout. The building design includes a lobby, dining room, kitchen, serving room, motor service room, and segregated restrooms labeled for "white ladies" "white men" and "colored toilets." The approximate cost for the plan, written below the map title at the bottom of the page, is estimated to be $17,000.