Outdoors

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  • 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

  • Huckleberry Trail

    The Huckleberry Trail has deep roots and a long history in providing transportation between Blacksburg and Christiansburg. It began as the Virginia Anthracit

  • Price House Nature Center

    Operated by SEEDS - Discovery learning for everyone founded in 1995. Awareness of community and culture environment - backyard and beyond, explore our world<

  • 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

  • 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
  • Graham Recreation Park

    Owned and operated by the town of Bluefield, this 57 acre park is the perfect location to enjoy being outside and active.  The park is home to an amphit

  • Bluefield Blue Jays Baseball

    Professional baseball first originated in Bluefield in 1924, when the Blue-Grays were formed by Fred Fox and Fred Hawley. The Blue-Grays played in the Coalfi

  • Lonesome Pine Loop

    The Lonesome Pine Loop is a great choice for anyone wanting to visit the areas mentioned in John Fox Jr.’s 1908 novel, “Trail of the Lonesome Pin

  • Breaks Interstate Park Whitewater Season

    Those who enjoy rafting and kayaking on the Russell Fork River look forward to this time each year as they prepare to tackle world class whitewater. Each Sat

  • Breaks Interstate Park

    The park, located on the Virginia/Kentucky border, is one of only two Interstate Parks in the nation. The park encompasses 4,500 acres of greenwood lands and

  • Bristol Pirates

    The Bristol Pirates, affiliated with the Pittsburgh Pirates, are located on Euclid Avenue in Bristol, Virginia. We play at Boyce Cox Field at Devault Memoria

  • 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

  • Southwest Virginia Museum State Park

    Due to COVID-19, the museum is closed. Poplar Hill Cottage is open and available for rental.  

    Dedicated in 1948, the

  • 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

  • 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 Departmen

  • Squirrel Spur Road Scenic Drive

    From Ararat, Virginia; Squirrel Spur Road starts with winding turns along side cow pastures, tobacco fields, and pumpkin patches. The road traverses for 10 m