Attractions

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  • John Fox, Jr. Museum

    The museum was the home of John Fox, Jr., a famous mountain author of many novels and short stories. Most well known are "Trail of the Lonesome Pine" and "Th

  • Christ Episcopal Church
    A Virginia historical landmark. Established October 30, 1890.
  • Trans-America Bike Route

    You'll spend some time ascending and descending the mountains of the Appalachians, this bike route follows Rt. 80 through Dickenson and Russell Counties, and

  • Big Stone Gap Loop

    Big Stone Gap isn’t just the name of a movie, it’s also a town with a number of interesting sites to explore. Take a short trip around Fraley Par

  • Carol Ingram Moore
    Artist creates fused glass jewelry, charms from recycled and found materials; and handmade paper infused with mountain poetry and plants. This studio is a trai
  • Overmountain Victory National Historic Trail

    The Overmountain Victory National Historic Trail commemorates the 1780 campaign that led to the battle of Kings Mountain. The battle was a key turning point

  • Museum of Geological Sciences

    The Museum of Geosciences houses a collection of over 13,000 minerals used for research, education, and display. Many Virginia specimens are included in th

  • Smithfield Plantation

    Built in 1774, Smithfield Plantation was the home of Revolutionary War patriot Colonel William Preston. The home, designed in the tidewater plantation style,

  • Original 16-Block Grid, Blacksburg
    The original town of Blacksburg (the largest town in Virginia) consisted of sixteen square blocks, each made up of 4 lots. Many of the buildings are original
  • Pandapas Pond

    Pandapas Pond is an 8-acre man-made pond on the edge of the Eastern Continental Divide. It features warm-water fishing and canoeing. A one-mile circuit trail

  • Peters Mountain Wilderness
    The 3328-acre wilderness features a mountain bog and numerous sandstone outcroppings on the crest of Peters Mountain, which affords rewarding views of the count
  • Virginia Tech Duck Pond
    A perfect place to picnic, the duck pond has picnic tables, park benches and a gazebo. It is located next to the Solitude House, Virginia Tech's oldest buildin
  • Walnut Spring Farm
    Over 555 acres of open and wooded country terrain for horseback rides. Horse boarding and riding lessons also available.
  • Mountain Lake Wilderness
    This 11,113-acre wilderness is the largest in the Jefferson National Forest. It consists of a highland plateau which sits squarely on the eastern continental d
  • Catawba Road, A Virginia Byway

    A portion of the Catawba Road is designated a scenic byway. This road passes through pastoral landscapes, including historic buildings, mills, a tanyard, a b

  • Rising Silo Brewery

    Rising Silo Brewery is a local farm brewery. Craft beer and kombucha are created and paired with wood fired pizza and more. Rising Silo is located inside of

  • Aquatic Center – Blacksburg

    Aquatic Center sits just across the parking lot from the Community Center and is available for public open swimming, springboard diving and lap swimming

  • Blacksburg Municipal Golf Course

    9 Hole Municipal Golf Course in Beautiful Blacksburg Virginia, call for Tee Times: 540-961-1137

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    18 holes wit

  • Paragon First & Main + IMAX Theaters

     Paragon Theaters at First & Main has ten movie auditoriums including an IMAX theatre, a full sized arcade, bowling alley, and sports bar. Theater-g

  • Brush Mountain Wilderness

    Brush Mountain Wilderness lies north of and in close proximity to Blacksburg. It extends for 8 miles along the northwest slope of Brush Mountain, bounded to