Attractions

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  • Meadowbrook Museum

    The Meadowbrook Museum Branch of the Montgomery Museum is located in the Meadowbrook Center.  The Center currently houses a branch of the Montgomer

  • White Cemetery
    White Cemetery is a beautifully maintained graveyard. It originally started as small family plot but expanded to a community graveyard. Many Confederate so
  • Saltville, Historic Town
    During the Civil War, the North battled to gain control of this town, the main supplier of the salt the Confederate army used to preserve meat. See restore
  • Museum of the Middle Appalachians

    Step through the window of time at the Museum of the Middle Appalachians: "From the Ice Age to the Space Age."  Learn how geology has influenced th

  • The Channels Natural Area Preserve

    The Channels Natural Area Preserve, located within the Channels State Forest, is managed by the Department of Forestry in partnership with the Depa

  • Madam Russell Methodist Church and Cabin
    Visit the church which was named as a memorial to Madam Russell, Patrick Henry's sister. Walk through the original portion of the church and see many beaut
  • Elizabeth Cemetery
    The Elizabeth Cemetery was associated with Elizabeth Church which is thought to have been the oldest Methodist church built in Smyth County. The land for t
  • King-Stuart House
    The cabin was occupied from its beginning (circa 1795) through the 1960s. See the many visible indicators of the numerous transitional modernization period
  • Helen Williams Barbrow Interpretative Trail
    Enjoy a walk through the crossroads of the Saltville Valley. From the Ice Age to the present, the Saltville Valley and its salt deposits have seen a parad
  • Saltville Golf Course

    The 9-hole "Saltville" course at the Saltville Golf Club facility in Saltville, Virginia features 2,802 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of

  • Saltville Wave Pool

    Nicknamed "Mammoth Waves", Saltville's new wave pool, has the ability to generate ocean-like waves. The wave pool replaced a municipal swimming pool who

  • Palmer Mill

    See the beauty of a replica water powered Grist Mill plus the environmental features associated with the unusual surrounding habitat. The Mill houses a

  • Oxbow Lake Park

    Oxbow Lake Park is a city-owned park that includes a wetland and forest complex adjacent to the Clinch River. Because of its well maintained trail syste

  • Sugar Hill Loop Trail

    This well-maintained hiking and biking trail extends around and over Sugar Hill, the large ridge north of Oxbow Lake Park. The trail climbs steeply to t

  • Spearhead Trail – Mountain View Trail System

    Ride Virginia’s most exciting trail destination! The Mountain View “Off Highway Vehicle” (OHV) system is a multi-use trail system prim

  • Clinch River Adventures

    Come Get Drenched in the Clinch!!!!

    Clinch River Adventures is located in the Heart of Appalachia on the most bio diverse river in America, the C

  • Appalachian Backroads – Wise County

    The Commonwealths of Kentucky & Virginia share a rugged mountainous border of jagged peaks rising over 4135 feet into the horizon. Pine and Black Mo

  • Saint Paul Loop Trail

    Located near the heart of Saint Paul, the Saint Paul Loop offers six excellent sites for wildlife watching that visitors can enjoy. It includes everythi

  • Sugar Hill Brewing Company

    Sugar Hill Brewing Company is an independent; family owned and operated, 80 seat restaurant-brewery or “brewpub” located in the town of St.

  • Rural Retreat Lake / Campground
    This 90-acre lake has excellent fishing. Campground has 72 wooded sites with hookups, a swimming pool, a picnic area, hiking trails and a playground.