Plan Your Visit

From scenic drives to hidden gems, you’ll be amazed as to what all the NRV has to offer! When you’re ready, come see us!

Thee Draper Village - Draper, VA

Thee Draper Village is known to be a place of gathering infused with boutique shopping, southern cuisine and drinks, local events and more. Located right beside New River Trail State Park, it’s a great place to stop and rest. You can even start your adventure on the New River Trail with the Draper Village’s bike rentals. From adventure to local eats and shopping, Draper Village is truly a gem of the New River Valley. Check out this charming, one-of-kind mercantile! You can even extend your stay with their cabins rentals. 

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Highlanders Festival - Radford, VA

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The festival began in the mid-1990s with an approximate crowd of 3,000. Over the past 20 years, the festival has more than tripled in size, and now attracts an estimated crowd of 10,000 people. Whether a family’s background is of Scots-Irish origin or of other descent, the day always brings with it an air of excitement and anticipation. There is no place more beautiful than Southwest Virginia in autumn and the Blue Ridge Mountains provide a beautiful back-drop for the fall festival.

Set in the middle of a 2,600 nature preserve and surrounded by Appalachian Mountains, rustic and historic Mountain Lake Lodge is the ultimate retreat. Breathe in crisp, fresh air, dine on gourmet fare and build family memories with fun indoor and outdoor activities. Arrive to an unhurried pace and enjoy adventure and comfort in the heart of Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains.

With some 40 miles of the Blue Ridge Parkway within its borders, Floyd County boasts the longest stretch of the Parkway located in Virginia. The most photographed place on the Parkway, Mabry Mill (Milepost 176), and the highly popular Rocky Knob area with its campground (Milepost 167), picnic area, and hiking trails are also within the County.

Beliveau Farm is a boutique Virginia winery located on the edge of Montgomery County 12 miles from downtown Blacksburg. Our 12 acres of vines grow the majority of grapes used in our wines which are handcrafted, produced, and bottled on-site. We are a destination winery where visitors welcome the opportunity to relax and spend a tranquil afternoon sipping and savoring moments with friends, family, and special someones.

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