Attractions

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  • New River Outdoor Co.

    New River Outdoor Co. provides canoe, kayak, & raft rentals on the New River, cabin rentals at Walker Creek Retreat, & guided New River fishing trips

  • Mountain Biking at Mountain Lake

    Mountain Lake’s 4,000-foot elevation makes for cool summer cycling and a scenic spring or fall experience. Its 20 miles of trails--from single track fo

  • Pulaski County Courthouse

    The courthouse is consructed of "Peak Creek Sandstone". The clock and the belfry were added in 1911. The court house was originally constructed in 1896 and h

  • Dora Trail of Pulaski

    The Dora Trail is the primary bicycle route and walking trail that connects the New River Trail to downtown Pulaski at the Pulaski Railway Station.  For

  • Raymond F. Ratcliffe Memorial Transportation Museum

    In 1984, Pulaski Mayor R. F. Ratcliffe began sharing his heart's desire to see his town develop a museum for displaying its rich history. Since then, through

  • Heritage Park of Pulaski

    Heritage Park is located on Dora Highway in the Town of Pulaski.  It offers a covered shelter with picnic tables, gazebo, park area and parking faciliti

  • Fine Arts Center for the New River Valley

    The center was founded to foster and furnish activities, programs and facilities that increase the understanding and enjoyment of the fine arts. It features

  • Penhook #9 Boat Access on Smith Mountain Lake

    The Penhook #9 Boat Access site sits on 22.7 acres of land. The facility features a two-lane concrete boat ramp with courtesy docks, paved parking for 42 veh

  • Leeman Field Park

    Leeman Field park in Pennington Gap, has many activities for the whole family. These include tennis courts, basketball courts, volleyball courts, a .58 mile

  • Clinch River Farms

    Our farm is an agritourism site and features 70 acres with the Clinch River.  We host groups for nature hikes, petting zoo (special arrangements), playg

  • Appalachian African-American Cultural Center

    The building that once housed the only primary school for blacks in Pennington Gap, Lee County, Virginia, is now the Appalachian African-American Cultural Ce

  • North Fork of Pound Reservoir

    Built in 1966 as authorized by the Flood Control Act of 1960, the 154 acre lake is used for fishing, boating, camping, picnicing, hiking, and municipal water

  • Red Fox Trail

    This 1.5 mile historical trail is an interpretive hike back to 1892, when a massacre at the site left five people dead at what was dubbed “the killing

  • Spearhead Trails – Original Pocahontas Trail System

    "The OP" offers 65 miles of scenic twists and turns in a deep-woods setting. The system provides spectacular views of surrounding mountains and historic down

  • Pocahontas, Historical Mining Town

    Pocahontas, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, was Virginia's first coalfield boom town. Today, Pocahontas preserves its coal mining heritag

  • LOVEwork in Historic Pocahontas

    More than a year of creativity, hard work, and passion went into finding the perfect historical pieces for this LOVE:

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  • Stone Face Rock

    Folklore says that the face was carved by Cherokee Indians honoring their chief at the time. The name of the Chief is unknown. Others believe that the face h

  • LOVEwork at Real McCoy Cabins

    Designed by owners Don and Ginger Cates, the LOVEwork at Real McCoy Cabins reflects the “rustic luxury” of the cabins themselves. Located in the

  • 1769 Old Chapel Church

    1769 Old Chapel Church in Penhook is one of only four pre-Revolutionary War frame Anglican churches in Virginia. Built in 1769, it is the oldest documented f

  • Gatewood Park Campground and Reservoir

    Gatewood Park Campground and Reservoir is 400 scenic acres nestled in the heart of the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountain Region of Southwest Virginia.  Surr