Outdoors

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  • Franklin County Recreation Park
    Franklin County Recreation Park is a 150-acre park, located south of Rocky Mount (just 2 miles from Rt. 220). The park offers a variety of outdoor activities for all ages including hiking trails rolling over beautiful wooded hills, nestled around an acre size fishing pond. It hosts various athletic tournaments and special events, including Southwest Virginia Antique Farm Days and
  • Franklin County YMCA
    The Franklin County YMCA is located on North Main Street. Our facility includes heated swimming pools, indoor track, a training fitness center, mirrored exercise rooms. Members of all other YMCA's are admitted free. For a fee of only $5.00 everyone under 18 is invited to use our swimming pool, fitness center, and gym. For folks over 18 the fee
  • Rocky Mount Bowling Center
    For a fun filled day or evening bring the family and enjoy our bowling
  • Whitt-Riverbend Park
    Whitt-Riverbend Park features 28 acres on the New River.  The park is open to the general public for fishing, taking leisurely walks on the paved walking trail or river bottom trail, picnicking, canoeing and camping by permit.  The park trail is .71 miles long and traverses a beautiful open field along the New River.  The trail surface is asphalt and has
  • Wolf’s Ridge Paintball, Inc.
    Recreational paintball at its finest. Open to public game days are usually held alternating Saturdays and Sundays on 11+ acres of varied terrain. Reserved days (for groups of 15 or more) available for groups such as Youth Groups, Church Groups, Training Groups, Birthday Parties, Business Groups etc. Playing field is located in the New River Valley, only 20 miles from
  • Greasy Creek Outfitters
    Greasy Creek Outfitters is the New River Valley's premier fishing guide service. We offer excellent smallmouth bass, walleye, muskie and striped bass fishing on the Upper New River and Claytor Lake, as well as walleye and striped bass angling. Member of the US Fishing Guide Association and fully insured. Our trips include everything but the clothes on your back and
  • The New River
    “Flowing 320 miles through North Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia, the New River is a true recreation destination for all outdoor lovers. As the only city in Virginia located directly on the river, Radford offers unparalleled access to the water at a number of different sites. Canoes, kayaks and inner tubes can also be easily dropped in the water at various
  • Birding in Radford
    Boasting four stops on the Lower New River Loop of Virginia’s Birding and Wildlife Trail, Radford is home to more than 200 different types of birds throughout the year. Ranging from the densely-wooded Wildwood Park to bird viewing platforms overlooking the New River at Riverview Park and near Dudley’s Landing, there are many opportunities to observe birds in their natural
  • Pete Dye River Course of Virginia Tech
    The Pete Dye River Course of Virginia Tech is a daily fee public golf course located in Southwest Virginia between Blacksburg and Radford. Golf Digest gave the course a near perfect 4.5 Star Ranking as one of the "Best Places to Play" in America. It is a championship 18 hole course with five sets of tees to offer a fun
  • Riverway Trail
    The Riverway is a walking and biking trail built with support from Pathways for Radford, The City of Radford and a local Engineering Firm. The trail begins near Dedmon Center at Radford University, parallels the New River into Bissett Park, runs under West Main St., through Wildwood Park, and currently ends at the intersection of Park St. and Sundell
  • Radford – Department of Parks and Recreation
    Visit one of our many city parks for a variety of outdoor activities including hiking, jogging, biking, soccer, birding, butterflying, or just relaxing and enjoying the views of the mountains, the flowers and the New
  • Fishing in Radford
    Nestled in the scenic New River Valley of the Blue Ridge Mountains you will find a stretch of river featuring: Muskellunge (muskie), Smallmouth (black) Bass, Striped Bass (Striper), Largemouth Bass, Spotted Bass, Walleye, Rock Bass, White Bass, Hybrid, Black Crappie, Redbreast Sunfish, Bluegill, and Yellow Perch. Fishing Licenses can be obtained at the Commissioner of the Revenue at 619 Second
  • Winterfrost Farms Ride-A-Rescue Horseback Adventures!
    Looking for a REAL adventure? Hit the trails with our Ride-A-Rescue Equine Experience! Let our experienced staff take you on a guided horseback tour with breathtaking views of the scenic Blue Ridge Mountain countryside, making an equine adventure that is great for adults and children alike! Trail rides are available for 1, 2, and 3 hour lengths at a time
  • Wildwood Park
    City park with hiking trails and nature
  • Bisset Park
    Bisset is Radford’s largest city park and is located on 57 acres of riverfront land in the central part of the city. The park offers walking trails, athletic fields, picnic shelters, children’s playground, a sand volleyball area and other opportunities for outdoor recreation. The three picnic are available for group functions. Call the Rec Center or visit the website
  • Heritage Park of Pulaski
    Heritage Park is located on Dora Highway in the Town of Pulaski.  It offers a covered shelter with picnic tables, gazebo, park area and parking facilities.  You may bring a grill if you wish.  Electricity is available and water is available upon request.  The Park is located on the Dora Trail which is the primary bicycle route and walking trail
  • Calfee Park of Pulaski
    Calfee Park was built in 1935 as a depression era WPA project and is presently listed on the State and National Historic Landmarks Register.  The ballpark, owned and operated by the Shelor Automotive Group, is best known for hosting the Pulaski Yankees, Appalachian League affiliate of the New York Yankees.  NEW for 2019! June 21, July 3 and August 16th enjoy post-game fireworks shows! For schedules, tickets 
  • Dora Trail of Pulaski
    The Dora Trail is the primary bicycle route and walking trail that connects the New River Trail to downtown Pulaski at the Pulaski Railway Station.  For folks wanting to start their New River Trail journey in downtown Pulaski, the Dora Trail at the Station is the place to begin.  Ample free parking, restroom facilities and a bicycle shop which provides
  • Gatewood Park Campground and Reservoir
    Gatewood Park Campground and Reservoir is 400 scenic acres nestled in the heart of the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountain Region of Southwest Virginia.  Surrounded by the Jefferson National Forest and located near the Town of Pulaski, Gatewood is accessible from Interstates 81 and 77 and offers exciting recreational opportunities for the entire family. Built as a town water impoundment in 1960,
  • 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), playground, river walk, camp site with picnic shelter.  You can take trails for hiking or enjoy lots of fishing.  We have a Big toy, swings, zip line and camp fire.  Tubing on the Clinch is a