Textile Heritage Trail

Learn about the area's history in textiles as you explore the Textile Heritage Trail!
Learn about the area's history in textiles as you explore the Textile Heritage Trail!
Address
3251 South River Road
Fieldale, VA 24089
Region Southern Virginia
Locality Henry
Henry County Parks & Rec: (276) 634-4638
Adopt a Trail Information: (276) 634-2591
Website www.henrycountyva.gov/Parks.html
Virginia Trails www.danriver.org/trails---virginia

The Textile Heritage Trail is part of the extensive Smith River Trail System, a network of multi-use trails, river access points and parks designed for a variety of outdoor adventures. The trail is .20 mile long with .5 mile of boardwalk. Enjoy biking, hiking, fishing and river access while learning more about Martinsville-Henry County and the Smith River. The trail system includes both natural surface nature trails and paved surface trails.

Experience our area’s rich textile heritage through six interpretive trail signs highlighting the founders and the major accomplishments made by textile companies in the area. Martinsville-Henry County was home to some of America’s most well-known textile manufacturing companies. The signs trace Martinsville-Henry County’s beginnings in the textile industry and carry us through to modern day.

The Textile Heritage Trail is part of Martinsville-Henry County’s Deep Roots initiative. The area is known as a destination with “Deep Roots,” where unique assets and rich legacies related to Furniture & Textiles, Motorsports, Outdoor Recreation and Cultural Arts offer exceptional visitor experiences. “Deep Roots” gives a respectful nod to Martinsville’s past, bringing relevance to the present by celebrating contributions, and providing a gift to the future with re-purposed activities and facilities.



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Last Updated: 2/8/2013 4:12 PM
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