Older than the Nation, Scottsville was founded in 1744. Located on the Horseshoe Bend of the scenic James River in the foothills of the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains in Albemarle Country. A quietly charming village, Scottsville celebrates its history with various events and festivals throughout the year including a Farmers' Market, a June Batteau Festival, and a Traditional Hometown Fourth of July Parade. Folks come from near and far to enjoy Scottsville's relaxed atmosphere, federal architecture, local history museum, Canal Basin Square, Confederate cemetery, scenic countryside, restaurants, country inns, B&Bs, antiquing, Virginia wine tastings, fishing, canoeing, river tubing...and above all...warm, friendly people. Come visit Scottsville...a place where echoes of yesterday blend with visions of tomorrow.
Last Updated: 9/19/2013 2:44 PM