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Just off the shores of Virginia Beach spectacular wildlife emerges each winter. From humpback and fin whale sightings to beautiful waterfowl like the northern gannet, the life along the coast is active and majestic.
Drive-ins are a popular family pastime and old-school memory maker. Treat your kids to a most unique movie-viewing experience.
Rough Mountain Wilderness
Bubbling Springs Campground
Coursey Springs State Fish Hatchery
Walton Tract (Cowpasture River)
Diamond Triple C Ranch
If you would like to meet an alpaca--up close and personal then visit the Alpaca Farm in Millboro, VA. The Alpacas call the Diamond Triple C Ranch ...
A traditional family park for more than 70 years, Douthat is listed on the National Register of Historic Places because its design influenced the ...
Jump Mountain Trail
The Highlands Scenic Drive is a 19 mile loop between Clifton Forge in Alleghany County and Interstate 64 at Lexington.
The scenic drive is ...
Goshen Pass is a magnificent mountain gorge three miles long that was formed by the Maury River. Visitors here enjoy swimming, tubing, canoeing, ...
In the heart of Goshen Pass, this trail makes for a good hike along a beautiful small native trout stream. Nice waterfalls, and seasonal ...
Seven mile nature trail follows the Maury River from Lexington to Buena Vista along the old railroad bed, now owned and managed by the Virginia ...
Lexington Valley Vineyard
Hidden Valley Dispersed Recreation Area
Legend has it that the springs were discovered by an Indian brave in the 1600's. Soon European Americans were frequenting the healing waters. By ...
Milk House Market and Old Dairy Barn
Thirty-one acre lake for fishing and boating (no gas-powered engines), mountain hiking trail, tennis court, volleyball, badminton, softball field, ...
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