Outdoors

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  • Clear Creek Golf Course
    Clear Creek Golf Course is a public golf course in Bristol, Virginia. All ages
  • Virginia Creeper Trail Club
    The Virginia Creeper Trail Club is a private nonprofit corporation whose purpose is to maintain, promote and preserve the Virginia Creeper Trail corridor and to help develop and conduct public education programs regarding the scenic and natural qualities of the Virginia Creeper Trail. Virginia's finest rail-trail, the Virginia Creeper National Recreation Trail, occupies the bed of what was once a rugged
  • Hidden Valley Lake Wildlife Management Area
    6,400 acres in Washington County. Bear, Deer, turkey, squirrel and more for all the hunting.  Bring your fishing pole to this great spot. Hike to the top of the
  • Washington County Park
    140 camp sites, 132 sites are full hook-up, 10 tent sites, trailer sites with electric and water, sanitation facilities, picnic sites, swimming pool, boat ramp, canoe access sites, playground, fishing, shelters, snack bar, and telephone access. Season: April 1 through October
  • South Holston Lake
    South Holston Lake offers the beauty of the South along with the ability to allow you to have some fun in the sun! It's known for its smallmouth bass fishing, and a number of fishing tournaments every year. The South Fork Holston River is home to an annual spring migration of white bass. Locals say that when the dogwood bloom, the
  • Louis E. Henegar Miners Memorial Park
    Public park dedicated to local mining historian Louis Henegar and the numerous coal miners in the community. The park features many examples of underground mining equipment used in modern day
  • Powell
    This trail, once a railroad, runs from Appalachia to Big Stone Gap along side the scenic Powell
  • Rolling Thunder Raceway
    A 3/8 mile Dirt Track that runs every Friday Night We run Fastrak Crates, Limited Sportsman, Super Stock 4, Renegades, Pure Stock 4, Mini Sprint, and
  • Laurel Hill – Birthplace of Gen. J.E.B. Stuart
    Confederate Major General James Ewell Brown Stuart told his brother in 1863 "I would give anything to make a pilgrimage to the old place, and when the war is over quietly spend the rest of my days there." J.E.B Stuart never returned to his birthplace and boyhood home, but thanks to a group of local citizens you today can visit
  • Fairystone Farms Wildlife Management Area
    Those seeking the outdoors will enjoy the tranquility of the 5,321 acres of Fairystone Farms Wildlife Management Area. 460 acres are located in northwestern Henry County. Area is nestled in the eastern foothills of the Blue Ridge and features steep slopes and small areas of bottom land. The woodlands on the area are predominantly a mix of oak, hickory and
  • Calico Rock at Philpott Lake
    Calico Rock is located on the northern tip of Philpott Lake, a 3000 acre lake with 100 miles of shoreline nestled among the rolling foothills of Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains. The lake's clear water and natural shoreline make it a unique place for visitors to enjoy numerous recreational opportunities Calico Rock is a 200 foot cliff that towers along the shoreline not far from Runnett
  • Blue Falls at Philpott Lake
    Blue Falls is located on the north side of Philpott Lake, a 3000 acre lake with 100 miles of shoreline nestled among the rolling foothills of Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains. The lake's clear water and natural shoreline make it a unique place for visitors to enjoy numerous recreational opportunities These "bluish tinged" rock cliffs are the historic Blue Falls on the Smith River, now under
  • Dogwood Glen Trail at Philpott Lake
    Philpott Lake is a 3,000 acre beauty with 100 miles of shoreline surrounded by 20,000 acres of undeveloped state and federal land. It's no surprise that there are seven trails offering varying experiences. Dogwood Glen Trail is a 4.5 mile (one way) shared-used trail open to hikers, mountain bicyclists, and equestrians. The trail is moderate to strenuous in difficulty, apx. 7 feet wide,
  • Wolf Creek Golf Course
    Located next to the Jefferson National Forest, Wolf Creek Golf Course offers a beautifully scenic 18 hole golf experience. Designed by architect Maurice Brackett, Wolf Creek's mixture of water and huge rolling greens provides a challenging game every time you play. Boasting a breathtaking view and an exceptional playing surface, this par 71 course, with a total of 6380 yards from
  • 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 Park or a more strenuous trek on Roaring Fork and enjoy the stunning rhododendron thickets, cascading waters, and moss-covered rocks. 200-year old eastern hemlock, yellow poplar, yellow birch, and Fraser trees heavily
  • Southwest Virginia Museum
    Dedicated in 1948, the Southwest Virginia Museum in Big Stone Gap chronicles the exploration and development of the region. The museum houses a collection of items from the region. The collection was started by C. B. Slemp, who served in Congress from 1907 to 1923 and was President Coolidge’s personal secretary. A lovely Victorian parlor in the four-story mansion is available
  • Bullitt Park
    Located in Big Stone Gap in Southwest Virginia. Bullitt Park is the largest of nine community parks operated by the Big Stone Gap Department of Parks and Recreation. The park includes a football field, tennis courts, fitness and biking trails, large playground, picnic areas, pavilions and a track. Serving as a park since 1935, it is the site
  • Miner’s Park
    This public park recognizes the coal mining history of 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 riding part of the Blue Ridge Parkway in Virginia. The mountains turn to rolling hills and then flat riding through lush plantations and farmlands. The last stretch of the route is rich in the history of
  • 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 in the American Revolution when southern patriots from VA, TN, NC, SC & GA tracked down and defeated a loyalist force commanded by Major Patrick Ferguson. The commander of the patriot force, Colonel William Campbell,