Attractions

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  • Pulaski Railway Station

    The Virginia-Tennessee Railroad built the Grand Old Lady of Pulaski, the historic depot in 1888, just two years after the Commonwealth chartered the Tow

  • Pulaski Theatre – Pulaski

    The Pulaski Theatre, originally opened in 1911 as the Elks Theatre, is a recently restored historic theatre located on Main Street in downtown Pulaski.&

  • Pulaski County Library
    The local library at Pulaski is a great place to start for family genealogy research. The library offers online resources like Ancestry.com library edition
  • Belle’s Place Soap Co

    Handcrafted goat milk soaps, lotions and other bath & body products for people and dogs. All products are made from our own recipes and not a pre-ma

  • Lambert’s Woodturnings
    My work consists primarily of wooden bowls turned from native woods such as maple, walnut, cherry, ect. Other turnings include ornaments, vases, urns and b
  • 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),

  • 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 kil

  • 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

  • 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 he

  • Pocahontas Exhibition Mine & Museum

    ***PLEASE NOTE: The Pocahontas Exhibition Mine and Museum will be closed for the 2019 season while it undergoes extensive renovations and work t

  • 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

  • Emma Yates Memorial Library

    As much a museum as a library, this small town library was once the home and shop of Miss Emma Yates. Built in 1901, the building features the original

  • 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

  • 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 f

  • 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 Cultur

  • 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

  • Spearhead Trails – Stone Mountain Trail System

    Stone Mountain boasts 30 miles of highly technical "blue and black" trails along the crest and curves of Stone and Black Mountains, and features 9 overl

  • 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 4

  • 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 documen