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  • Seven Springs Trout Pond
    Seven Springs Trout Pond is operated as a catch-out trout pond.  We are open March through November on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. We are located one mile west of the Town of Tazewell on Route 19.   We will be stocking Rainbow and Golden Trout.  No fishing license is required.  Trout will be sold by the pound.  This pond
  • Wythe Raceway
    Wythe Raceway has been voted the drivers and fans favorite dirt race track. Located conveniently on I-81 at Exit 60 in Rural Retreat just 10 minutes from junction of I-77 and I-81. Weekly classes include dirt late model, open wheel mods, super streets and pro minis. 1000's of fans experience the excitement every week. Check out our website for the
  • Hilton’s Catch-out Lake
    2 acre lake stocked with brown, brook and rainbow trout. Open to public from March to
  • Rocky Mount Bowling Center
    For a fun filled day or evening bring the family and enjoy our bowling
  • Clinch River Adventures
    Come Get Drenched in the Clinch!!!! Clinch River Adventures is located in the Heart of Appalachia on the most bio diverse river in America, the Clinch River. We currently offer the following services: TUBING CANOEING KAYAKING PADDLEBOARDING FISHING KAYAKS SHUTTLE SERVICES-for individuals with their own watercraft Clinch River Adventures is a great experience for anyone, whether you're an adventurous kayaker or you just want to enjoy a peaceful and
  • Sugar Hill Loop Trail
    This well-maintained hiking and biking trail extends around and over Sugar Hill, the large ridge north of Oxbow Lake Park. The trail climbs steeply to the ridge and then curves back around near the dam at the eastern end of Oxbow lake. The Lower River Trail traverses the banks of the State Scenic Clinch River. This river is home to
  • Saltville Golf Course
    The 9-hole "Saltville" course at the Saltville Golf Club facility in Saltville, Virginia features 2,802 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 35. The course rating is 0 and it has a slope rating of 125. Water hazards and sand traps make playing this beautiful setting a challenge. The course's pro shop offers cart rentals, golfing
  • Blue Springs Trout Fishing
    We're a brand new trout fishing stream in Rural Retreat, Virginia. We also offer lodging accommodations with restaurants just minutes away. We're just ten miles off I 81 ext 60. Stream is stocked daily with trophy size trout; have about a mile of
  • Appalachian Backroads – Wise County
    The Commonwealths of Kentucky & Virginia share a rugged mountainous border of jagged peaks rising over 4135 feet into the horizon. Pine and Black Mountains create this phenomenal land mass through the Heart of Appalachia region enticing you to experience the curvy back roads that form these unique travel routes. Traverse through valley and peak; forest land, rolling farms, through
  • Waid Recreation Area
    Waid Recreation Area is a 220-acre facility located near Rocky Mount (off Rt. 40 West), along the site of the Old Carolina Wagon Trail. The park has 14 trails that cover over 10 miles and travel through rivers, over hills, across farm lands, and atop abandoned dirt roads. It offers a variety of outdoor activities for all ages including tubing, fishing,
  • Rural Retreat Lake / Campground
    This 90-acre lake has excellent fishing. Campground has 72 wooded sites with hookups, a swimming pool, a picnic area, hiking trails and a
  • Family Tubing at Waid Recreation Park
    The peaceful waters of the Pigg River flowing through Waid Recreation Park is the perfect weekend escape this summer. The S-turning river with calm waters and several sections of ripples is well suited for families or individuals who desire a no-shuttle needed float. Three put-in options allow tubers the flexibility to customize the distance and duration of their time on the
  • 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
  • Grassy Hill Natural Area Preserve Hiking Trails
    Hikers can trek up to 6.6 miles on the Grassy Hill Hiking Trail System that starts at the base in Rocky Mount, Va., and climbs to the ridge line with two trail loops along the ridge top and side slopes. Most of the trail system is in the Grassy Hill Natural Area Preserve, a 1,295-acre site owned and managed by
  • Helen Williams Barbrow Interpretative Trail
    Enjoy a walk through the crossroads of the Saltville Valley. From the Ice Age to the present, the Saltville Valley and its salt deposits have seen a parade of history. Ice Age animals, Native Americans, early settlers, soldiers of the North and the South, and later, industrialists all followed roads seeking mineral deposits left by a shallow inland sea. The
  • Spearhead Trail – Mountain View Trail System
    Ride Virginia’s most exciting trail destination! The Mountain View “Off Highway Vehicle” (OHV) system is a multi-use trail system primarily designed for ATVs and Side by Sides. The trail system offers a satisfying mix of green and blue trails for riders wishing a more easy going experience beneath a cool canopy of trees and foliage. Mountain View also offers experienced riders
  • Saint Paul Loop Trail
    Located near the heart of Saint Paul, the Saint Paul Loop offers six excellent sites for wildlife watching that visitors can enjoy. It includes everything from wetlands to montane to extensive woodland habitats. Intertwining with the Sugar Hill Loop, the Saint Paul Loop Trail varies immensely in elevation and provides a stunning view of the Clinch River Valley. The trail
  • Gilley Park
    Gilley's Park is a public, year-round fishing pond park at the end of Trail Drive. A cooperative effort between the Town of Rocky Mount and Franklin County, the park's three ponds are stocked several times yearly, and offers a great place for young anglers to learn how to fish. Fishing licenses are required, and the rules and regulations of the
  • 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
  • Crawfish Trail/Appalachian Trail
    This trail starts in Crawfish Valley, crosses Bear Creek and climbs to the top of Brushy Mountain. It follows the ridge line of Brushy Mountain along the Tennessee Valley along the Tennessee Valley Divide for about 4 miles until it descends through Channel Rock Hollow.  Terrain varies from the creek bottom land to the dry ridges, stream crossing, some uphill