Explore the links here to learn about places and activities in Southwest Virginia.
The Virginia.org web site provides information about a variety of events and activities in Virginia. Friends of Mount Rogers events will soon be listed here.
BRDC organizes events and activities including the spring and summer Mount Rogers Naturalist Rallies.
This park serves as a popular access point to the Mount Rogers high country.
The Virginia Creeper National Recreation Trail is a 34.3-mile rail-to-recreation trail, traversing through two counties from Abingdon, Virginia, through Damascus, and ending just past Whitetop Station in the Mount Rogers National Recreation Area, at the Virginia-North Carolina border. Today, the trail corridor lies half on federal land managed by the US Forest Service and half on property owned by local governments. In the 30 years since its opening, the Creeper Trail remains one of the country’s premier rail-trails, honored as the inductee into the 2014 Rails-to-Trails Conservancy’s Hall of Fame and a recipient of numerous local, regional and national accolades.
Tourism website that includes places to eat, places to stay, and places to visit.
Web site with Damascus info; attractions, places to eat, places to stay.
A restored theater in Marion, Virginia featuring a variety of shows including Song of the Mountains.