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Experience life as it was in our nation's yesterdays. Explore original buildings, homes, and shops reconstructed on 301 acres.
This trail is a part of the statewide Birding and Wildlife Trail system of the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries. Southwest Virginia...
Part of the Mountain Warbler Trail Loop, this is a walking trail with spectacular nature scenery within the Town of Hillsville. It is situated alon...
Birding and Wildlife Trails in Carroll County
Blacksnake Meadery is located in the mountains near the Blue Ridge Parkway and the quaint town of Floyd. Meander along the parkway, visit Mabry Mi...
The Blue Ridge Music Center features a state-of-the-art amphitheater on the Blue Ridge Parkway at Milepost 213. The facility hosts a visitors cente...
Most of the landscape along the 469 mile Blue Ridge Parkway consists of mountainous terrain and steep wooded ridges. The 30 mile stretch of the par...
Carroll County features 30 miles of spectacular scenery along the 469 mile parkway, between Mileposts 182 and 212. Three cultural stopping points a...
Blue Star Memorial Highway Marker
Bluemont Presbyterian Rock Church
Boone Trail Highway Marker
Bowman Cemetery: Blue Ridge Parkway
Carolina Log Furniture
Carroll County Heritage Flag Pole
Learn about the rich history of Carroll County in the museum located within the Historic District of Hillsville in the Historic Carroll County ...
Site of Carroll County's second permanent jail, now preserved as an "archaeological footprint." Was in use from ca. 1866 until replaced with new ...
Carter Hydraulic Water Rams
The Carter Pines Community Park is a 24 acre tract within the Town of Hillsville and is owned and administered by Carroll County. It is the la...
This monument was first unveiled on July 4 1907.The sculpture stands 21 feet tall and is made of cast zinc a zinc alloy-most period monuments were ...
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