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  • Rt. 611 Cumberland Mountain Scenic Drive
    Rt. 611 Cumberland Mountain Scenic Drive was designated in 2009 as a Virginia Scenic Byway State Rt. 611. Beginning in Clintwood, and winding through the Mountains, you will find several tourism attractions spurring off the route. Birch Knob Tower located in the Jefferson National Forest, Airplane Rock overlook, John Flannagan Dam and Reservoir, Branham Farm, Virginia Birdwatching Trail, Horseback riding trails,
  • Birch Knob Tower
    Location: Dickenson County, Virginia. An elevation of 3,144 feet above sea level, you'll find the 100-yard walk from the parking lot and the 183 stair steps to reach the top to be well worth the trek. Just bring along some bottled water and don't forget your camera. Sitting on a rock outcrop at the highest summit of Pine Mountain, the view
  • Tank Hollow Falls of Cleveland
    Tank Hollow Falls is a 0.5 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Cleveland, Virginia that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round. At Cleveland Baptist church, make a sharp turn downhill onto gravel road to reach
  • Montgomery County Parks and Recreation
    Montgomery County Parks and Recreation offers the largest and most extensive Whitewater Kayak Program in South West Virginia. Montgomery County is blessed with many opportunities for river programs on the New River, James River and the Little River. Our classes are geared for any skill level from the first time in a kayak to advanced play boating clinics. We provide
  • Christiansburg Aquatic Center
    The Christiansburg Aquatic Center is home to: 50 meter competition pool with diving platforms for 1 and 3 meter springboards and a 5, 7 ½, and 10 meter platform. A family leisure pool with a beach entry that will include a triple loop water slide, spray features, and fountain with dumping water buckets. A heated therapy pool with a spa-like
  • Harkrader Sports Complex
    Harkrader Sports Complex opened in 2006 and is located behind the Christiansburg Middle School. The complex has three lighted, multipurpose fields, two of which have 300 foot dimensions and are used for tournament play. A central tower houses a concession stand and restrooms on the main level. The upper part of the tower has an umpire
  • Chickahominy Wildlife Management Area
    The management area gains its name from the Chickahominy River which forms the area's eastern boundary. To the south, Morris Creek flows through the area and then along its southern boundary. Other smaller tidal creeks and marshy guts cut into the forests to provide additional wetland diversity. The upland, though mainly wooded with mixed hardwood and pine stands, also features
  • Outdoor Adventure Centers
    Whether it's kayaking, playing, relaxing, hiking, caving, exploring, fishing, or just making memories, let us help you with your next adventure. The OAC was formed to connect Adventurers to every possible outdoor experience available by promoting site-specific Vendors, Lodging and Locations. This is some of the services that we offer: Fish or Play- Kayak Rental - We have several kayak options from
  • Cedar Bluff Overlook Park/Trail
    Cedar Bluff Overlook Park and Trail provide a great opportunity to both observe and interact with a very unique environment.  The trail follows a Virginia Department of Transportation constructed road cut where you encounter benches en-route to an observation deck at the summit. The Overlook Trail is 760 feet to Overlook Summit.  Overlook elevation is 2475.  It is a moderately strenuous
  • Fireside Lanes
    Fireside Lanes has party rates available per hour per lane,  or per person per game, and for tournaments, leaques-men's, women's, mixed, group events, birthday parties, etc. On Friday and Saturday there's lazer bowling.  Various prices apply for the lanes depending on time and day of the week. Food and drinks are available.  Please contact the bowling alley for any questions
  • Lovill’s Creek Lake Recreation Area
    Carroll County owns this 55 acre flood control lake and the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries maintains a public boat ramp. The lake is stocked with large mouth bass, blue gill, sunfish, and channel catfish. Bank fishing and small electric motorboats are permitted. Also offered are handicap accessible barrier free boating and fishing opportunities. Boat access, pier fishing, and
  • Franklin County Speedway
    Regional stock car racing at its best. Future NASCAR drivers challenge one another for regional championships in all classes. Racing divisions include Late Model, Mini-Stock, Street Stock, U-Car, Rookie U-Car, Mini-Cup and AnyCar. About the Track: 3/8 mile asphalt oval with 22-degree corner embankments. The turns are 60' wide and the straights are 50' wide.
  • 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 Memorial Stadium. We are an Advanced-Rookie level team.  Professional baseball has been a part of Bristol since 1911, longer than the City's involvement with NASCAR and country music.  Come out and join the fun this summer
  • Sugar Hollow Park
    400 acre park featuring three softball fields, five soccer fields, 100 picnic sites, six picnic shelters, 75 campsites, and the Waldo Miles pavilion and
  • Interstate Bowl
    Whether you are just looking for a good place to hang out with friends or you are ready to test your skills in league bowling, Interstate has what you are looking for. They offer leagues for all ages and abilities. If you listen, you can always hear balls rolling, pins falling, and the ever present sounds of cheers and laughter
  • Clear Creek Golf Course
    Clear Creek Golf Course is a public golf course in Bristol, Virginia. All ages
  • Bristol Motor Speedway
    Home of the world's fastest half-mile National Association of Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) track. High-banked curves provide some of the most competitive action of the
  • 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 Pine”. Many of the sites on this loop are located directly on the Pound River or one of its connecting waterways, where you can watch the sizable beaver population contribute to the region’s unique
  • 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 Saturday and Sunday during the first four full weekends in October, water is released from the John Flannagan Dam and Reservoir, creating Class Five plus rapids on the Russell Fork through the Breaks
  • 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 mountain scenery, including the "Grand Canyon of the South". History: The name "Breaks" is derived from the break in Pine Mountain created by the Russell Fork of the Big Sandy River as it carved