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Stomach-in-your-throat, hair-raising, top-of-your-lungs, sheer adrenaline rush excitement. Those are our coasters.
Experience life as it was in our nation's yesterdays. Explore original buildings, homes, and shops reconstructed on 301 acres.
Buck Run and Locust Spring Run Trails
Inscription reads: "Two miles west on the former Staunton-to-Parkersburg Turnpike is Camp Allegheny, the highest Civil War fortification east of the ...
Located at the western edge of Virginia in the Alleghany Mountains, Highland County enjoys the highest mean elevation of any county east of the Mis...
The museum is located in a 1851 home which served as a hosptial during the Civil War Battle of McDowell on May 8, 1862. The home became a stagecoac...
14,007 acres located in Virginia's Western Highlands in the Alleghany Mountains where you can enjoy a day of hiking or pitch a tent at one of the p...
Come see an important piece of American History. The McDowell Presbyterian Church is a surviving structure that existed during the Battle of McDowe...
Sunny Stables is located in Picturesque Highland County Va. We offer lessons for all ages and riding abilities and specialize in the English Disc...
Inscription reads: "Beyond the ridge you are facing is Sitlington's Hill. On the afternoon of May 8, 1862, Gen. Edward "Allegheny" Johnson directed ...
The Highland Center, a non-profit community and business incubator, is housed in a 1922 school building that is listed on both the V...
The Highland Inn - Virginia Historic Landmark
The McDowell Battlefield Trail
Inscription reads: "Monterey was headquarters for Confederates during much of the 1861 Mountain Campaign and headquarters for Federals prior to the ...
Inscription reads: "Union troops camped in the fields south of here between April 17, 1862, and the Battle of McDowell on May 8. They deployed ...
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