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Experience life as it was in our nation's yesterdays. Explore original buildings, homes, and shops reconstructed on 301 acres.
Popular byways and historic drives offer spectacular views of Virginia's fresh spring color.
Go back in time and experience the nostalgia of the late 1800's at the original train station of Allisonia, VA. This unique depot has been lovingly ...
Vacation Cabin near New River Bike Trail
Camp Ketahe is named after the Shawnee Indian phrase "ni kitehi thiipi" which means my heart is at the river. Camp Ketahe sleeps 8-9: 1Q, 2D, 1se...
"Yes, it’s more than a cover, This much–treasured quilt, It’s parts pieced together Of the life I have built." - Author Unknow...
The River House is a historic homestead from the late 1800s with all the charm and coziness of home. This welcoming vacation getaway is the perfect...
This cabin was designed with couples in mind. Nestled between the mountain and the New River you get the feeling of quiet, peaceful seclusion. You ...
Shaman's Cure is a cozy little cottage that sits right on the New River. It has 1 bedroom with a queen bed, loft with 2 twin beds, fully furnished ...
Kirkner Lake Cabin
Ramsey Reid Cottage
The Phoenix has been revered in many parts of the world as a symbol of new beginnings. In many cultures, the Phoenix represents overcoming hardship...
Red Hawk Rising
The Inn currently features five guest rooms, sharing baths. Each room has it's own personality and features king, queen, twin doubles, or dou...
Bluecat on the New tipi sites are situated on pads overlooking the New River. There is over 1200' of river frontage ...
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