Places to Visit

Great Outdoors
Appalachian Trail
The Appalachian Trail is one of the longest continuously marked footpaths in the world, measuring roughly 2,180 miles in length. The Trail goes...
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Lower New River Birding and Wildlife Trail
Grab a canoe, or borrow or rent one! How you get a canoe doesn't matter as much as where you take it... and the New River is the place. You can drop...
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New River
The only thing "new" about the New River is its name. It is the oldest river in North America, and the second oldest in the world, flowing from near...
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Sinking Creek Covered Bridge
Sinking Creek Bridge, 70-foot-long red wooden bridge with a tin roof, was built in 1916. Open to the public. Also in Giles County is the C.K....
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History and Heritage
Fincastle Turnpike
In 1834 the Virginia General Assembly passed legislation to develop a route known as the Fincastle Turnpike, or Cumberland Gap Turnpike, from the...
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Andrew Johnston Museum
This 1829 building, once the residence of a Pearisburg entrepreneur, is the oldest brick home in Giles County. It is now a living museum featuring...
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Handmade and Homegrown

Glencoe Museum & Gallery
Glencoe is the historic home of Civil War General Gabrial Warton and home of the Glencoe Museum and Gallery. Glencoe gives visitors a fascinating...
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