Adventures in Virginia
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The Claytor Lake State Park TRACK Trail was superimposed on the Park’s Shady Ridge Trail – a 0.66 mile long loop trail that has a short out and back section leading from the trailhead. Although initially uphill, the trail levels out and gently contours the lay of the land as it...
Nestled in the rolling foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Wytheville boasts lots of recreation opportunities! Conveniently located at the crossroads on Interstate 77 and 81, this small town welcomes visitors with endless opportunities to relax, have fun and spend time...
Grayson Highlands State Park’s TRACK Trail adventures were designed for use on the Stampers Branch Trail, but the self-guided brochures can be used on any of the park’s trails.
Hungry Mother State Park is noted for its beautiful woodlands and lake. Easily accessible from Interstate 81, this park has folklore and history, swimming, camping, cabin rentals, boat rentals, hiking and the park system’s first conference center, Hemlock Haven.
Peaks of Otter is formed by three mountains with Abbot Lake in the center valley - Sharp Top Mountain (3,875 feet), Flat Top Mountain (4,001 feet), and Harkening Hill (3,372 feet).
7/7/14 WARNING: RAINS HAVE WASHED OUT THE WALKING BRIDGE OVER CHESTNUT CREEK ALONG THE TRAIL NEAR THE MUSIC CENTER. MAINTENANCE STAFF IS WORKING ON REPAIRING IT. VISITORS MAY PREFER TO USE THE ROUTE 612 TRAIL ACCESS. WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE.
Take a journey through time! The Virginia Blue Ridge Railway TRACK Trail is a hiking, bicycling, & equestrian trail that was once part of the longest running, commercially successful short-line in American history. The trail meanders through the countryside affording views...
The Rockfish Valley TRACK Trail is a flat, 1 mile loop that follows the South Fork of the Rockfish River and Reids Creek. The trail features riparian, field, and bog habitats and offers excellent opportunities for viewing wildlife.
The Prince William Forest Park TRACK Trail follows the Laurel Trail Loop, a 1.5 mile long trail that loops through a mixed hardwood forest and along South Fork Quantico Creek.
The Brownsville Picnic Area TRACK Trail is an easy 0.4 mile loop featuring open field, wetland, and woodland habitat and views of Young's Branch.