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  • Devil’s Den Nature Preserve
    The Devil's Den Nature Preserve is a unique 250 acre tract containing an abundance of cultural and natural resources. The preserve is situated on the eastern edge of the Blue Ridge Escarpment overlooking the North Carolina Piedmont. Several trails cross the property, including one that follows the former road bed of the Good Spur Road - a historic
  • Creeper Trail Bike Rental – Shuttle
    Located at 227 Douglas Drive 5n downtown Damascus, our Creeper Trail Bike Rental - Shuttle Service shop is right on US58, The Crooked Road (Virginia's Heritage Music Trail), with the Virginia Creeper Trail running along the back side of the parking lot. You can ride right out of the parking lot onto the Creeper Trail to ride the
  • Virginia Creeper Trail Guide
    The Virginia Creeper Trail is a 34 mile multiple-use trail rail trail in Southwest Virginia (SWVA).  The trail runs from The Abingdon through Damascus to Whitetop, Va, near the North Carolina state line -through National Forest and crosses numerous trestles. Damascus is the most popular point to enter the Virginia Creeper Trail.  Ample parking and amenities are available throughout this lovely
  • SunDog Outfitter
    Get ready for an unforgettable experience.  Visit Sundog Outfitter for a ride on the Virginia Creeper Trail.  Explore amazing scenery while coasting 17 miles downhill on the world famous trail. Daily bike rental and shuttle service all year round.  Visit now! Fun for all ages. Sundog Outfitter, located "where the trails cross" (7 national, regional, and local trails) in Damascus, Virginia,
  • Bike Station
    Welcome to The Bike Station, a rental and shuttle service for the Virginia Creeper Trail. The Bike Station is located in beautiful, southwest Virginia, in the town of Damascus. We offer all the amenities for an enjoyable biking
  • Blue Blaze Bike and Shuttle Service
    Blue Blaze Shuttle Service provides shuttles services and mountain bike rentals for the Virginia Creeper Trail and other area trails. The original bike and shuttle service in our area, the Blue Blaze can carry up to 50 participants at a time. The Blue Blaze operates by reservation and
  • Bicycle Junction
    Bicycle Junction is a Virginia Creeper Trail Bike Rental & Shuttle Service in Damascus, VA offering bike rentals with shuttle service to/from Whitetop & Abingdon.   Located on the Virginia Creeper Trail in Damascus, VA Bicycle Junction is your perfect family adventure destination! With prime access to Southwest Virginia’s 34-mile Virginia Creeper Trail, you are just a few pedals away from some of
  • Bluecat on the New
    Bluecat on the New caters to the needs of groups and individuals. We offer equipment and guidance for the rich river experience you want. Enjoy our back yard and discover what the New River has to offer. Bluecat offers canoe kayak and tube rentals. Also shuttle services are available for the New River and it's tributaries in Virginia. The Bluecat
  • Junction Bike Shop
    The Junction got its name because it is located at the cross section of the Trans-America Route 76 bike route,Virginia Mountain Bike Trail and The New River Trail. The Junction offers an array of bike accessories, cat and dog goodies, American Toys, outdoor clothing and accessories. The Junction is very excited to have added healthy snacks, fresh fruits, Housemade Fruit Popcycle’s,
  • Draper Valley Golf Club
    Full scale 18 hole Public Golf Course and Residental Community. Driving range and restaurant on premises. Rated one of best values by Golf Digest. Beautiful Mountain Views and plush
  • Draper Mercantile and Trading Co
    The Draper Mercantile has been a favorite local hangout for over 125 years. We’re continuing that tradition and welcome you to the new gathering place for great food, friendly folks and an inspiring atmosphere.  The Draper Mercantile is also home to the Draper Valley Marketplace, an eclectic little market dedicated to bringing you vibrant, healthful food diversity from our own community and
  • Wallen Ridge Trail – FT #329
    Wallen Ridge and Lovelady Gap are part of the High Knob Landform. Wallen Ridge Trail, FT #329, is located in the Clinch Ranger District of the Jefferson National Forest. The trail is rated moderate and is a favorite of hikers, bicyclists and equestrians. 6.9 miles, much of which is under a canopy of hardwoods with occasional clearings, runs along the crest of Wallen Ridge
  • Randolph Park
    Outdoor Trails, ampitheater, sand volleyball, tennis, softball, baseball, modern playground and featuring a handicapped accessable water park.  Food Vendor on site.  Events throughout the year.  Admission fee for the Alexander Water
  • Claytor Lake State Park
    Claytor Lake State Park is ideal for boating, swimming, camping, hiking and picnicking. Sport fishing is especially popular. Boating supplies, fuel and refreshments are available at the marina. Twelve cabins overlook a 4,500-acre lake. The historic Howe House features interactive exhibits that cover the ecology of the lake and the surrounding areas. The park is just off Interstate 81 (exit 101)
  • Randolph Water Park
    Evelyn Alexander Water Park - A modern, handicap accessible water park with slides, fountains and a lap pool. * 8 Lane Lap Pool * Walk in access to water * Heated Water * 38 ft. long Water Slide * Spray Toys and Water Drops * Water Basketball * Shaded swimming and sitting area in the
  • Pulaski Country Club
    The 18-hole "Pulaski Country Club" course features 6,431 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72.  The course rating is 71.0 and it has a slope rating of 121.  A private membership facility but has guest fee specials.  Pulaski Country Club was formed in 1921.  Chris Byrd is presently the general
  • New River Fishing Guide Service
    Let New River Fishing guide you to the "experience of a lifetime". Our knowledge of the New River and the state of-the-art rafts will make your fishing adventure memorable in your search of that once in a lifetime trophy. The New River offers Trophy size Smallmouth Bass and Giant Musky. The geological history of the New River is pre-dated only
  • Daniel Boone Loop Trail
    Located in the westernmost part of Virginia, the Daniel Boone Loop contains sites that have a strong historical connection to the early frontier. While this isn’t the exact path that Daniel Boone followed many centuries ago, it will take you to the Wilderness Road entrance to Cumberland Gap National Park, where Boone and his followers pioneered their way into Kentucky.
  • Natural Tunnel State Park
    More than 850 feet long and as high as a 10-story building, Natural Tunnel was naturally carved through a limestone ridge over thousands of years. William Jennings Bryan called it the “Eighth Wonder of the World.” Other scenic features include a wide chasm between steep stone walls surrounded by several pinnacles, or chimneys.  Facilities include a campground, picnic areas, amphitheater, visitor center
  • Devils Fork Trail System
    Located primarily on an old logging grade. You will pass many scenic areas such as a 20' waterfall, mountain overlooks and the Devils Bathtub which is an excellent area where hikers will see the stream racing down a rock chute, shirl through the tub and race