Pulaski

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  • Region: Blue Ridge Highlands
  • Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center
  • 4440 Cleburne Boulevard
    Dublin, VA, 24084
  • (540) 674-1991
    Website

Vision, Pride & Excellence

Vision, Pride and Excellence:These three words are the centerpiece of the Pulaski County seal. They also define the past, present and future of this community. 

Pulaski County has much to be proud of today, most notably is its geographic location west of the eastern continental divide and nestled on top of the plateau through which the New River flows on its way north to the New River Gorge in West Virginia. 

The shores of Claytor Lake host two of Virginia’s most visited state parks. Claytor Lake State Park provides camping, hiking, boat rentals, rental cabins and conference room space, while the New River Trail State Park provides outstanding opportunities for horseback riding, hiking and bicycling. The New River, along which the New River Trail parallels on its 52-mile journey to Galax and the historic mill town of Fries, is nationally recognized as one of two American Heritage Rivers in Virginia (the Potomac River is the other). 

Bald eagles, osprey, snowy egrets, minks, otters, and many other species are frequently sighted. Fishing is good, but challenging in the winding waters of the river where you can find smallmouth bass, muskie, walleyes, rock bass, flathead and channel catfish. The excellent habitat the river provides for smallmouth and spotted bass, including a state record 3-pound, 10-ounce catch is of particular interest to anglers. 

Vision on the part of the residents of Pulaski County has made this a county where Pride and Excellence are at the core the County seal as well as of its communities.

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