Campbell County is nestled in the foothills of Virginia’s beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains. Over 50,000 people call its 511 square miles home. The County is bordered by Lynchburg to the north and includes the Town of Altavista in the southwest and the Town of Brookneal in the southeast. It is bordered to the south by the scenic Staunton River.
Rich in heritage, Campbell County is one of the most diverse localities in the region. It offers employment, recreation, commerce, industry, farmlands, forests, historic towns, villages and new suburban neighborhoods. The County boasts a historically strong work and family ethic which make it an excellent place to live and raise a family. This atmosphere, combined with a strong manufacturing history, which dates back to 18th century iron works, makes Campbell County one of the Commonwealth’s most diverse and balanced communities in terms of industrial base, business opportunity, quality of living and culture.