Skip to Main Content
Ashe County is the Coolest Corner of North Carolina! Bordering both TN & VA in northwest North Carolina, it offers the best of four season mountain living. Enjoy scenic views, hiking, biking, canoeing, golf, three historic towns, arts district, crafts, festivals, and more! Visit us at www.ashechamber.com, in… Read More
More travelers get on and off the Blue Ridge Parkway in Asheville than anywhere else along the scenic road. This thriving mountain city makes for a vibrant and stylish basecamp boasting an eclectic downtown, 250+ independent restaurants, 50+ craft breweries, and an engaging art and music scene. In Asheville you… Read More
Just minutes away from the legendary Peaks of Otter, Bedford offers delightful diversions from your travels along the Blue Ridge Parkway. Five wineries scattered throughout Bedford, from the slopes of the Peaks of Otter to the shores of Smith Mountain Lake, comprise the Bedford Wine Trail. Thomas Jefferson’s amazing retreat… Read More
Start your trip at the Bedford Welcome Center at 816 Burks Hill Road (Highway 460 & 122 – near the D-Day Memorial) in Bedford, Virginia. We’ll help you select attractions and accommodations to suit your tastes. Visit online at destinationbedfordva.com or call us at (540) 587-5681 or toll free… Read More
Blue Ridge Towns & Trails – Discover the majestic North Carolina Blue Ridge Mountains. Explore our great small towns & trails, offering tourist info on lodging, dining, shopping, events and all western North Carolina attractions. Detailed business listings with map links can be found at www.NCBlueRidge.com. Read More
Blue Ridge Travel Association – Free travel guide of the attractions, accommodations and events for locations along I-77 and I-81, and scenic byways of the mountains of Virginia. Visit www.virginiablueridge.org or call (800) 446-9670 for more information. Read More
Discover Burke County today! The Brown Mountain Lights mystery is seen near here in the Pisgah National Forest, go south on NC Hwy 181 from Parkway Milepost 312 to see them for yourself. Nature abounds here: hike Table Rock and Hawksbill Mountains, see the Linville Gorge, and visit pristine… Read More
Burnsville is known for natural wonders, including Mount Mitchell, highest peak in the East. Popular activities include hiking, paddling, biking, fishing and stargazing. The area’s beauty inspires many artists to create here. Downtown Burnsville boasts shops, restaurants and galleries around the town square. Stay at a charming bed-and-breakfast inn or… Read More
Visit Caldwell County to experience entertainment like live music and theatre, festivals and car shows, world class sculpture exhibits, local crafts, and antiques. You’ll find a host of accommodations in this outdoor recreation mecca located thirty minutes south of Milepost 294.6. Visit for the day or come to stay!… Read More
We can’t wait to welcome you to Charlottesville and Albemarle County! We operate two mobile visitor centers which frequent our most popular attractions in the city and county. For hours, directions, and details about where to find two mobile visitor centers on any given day, visit www.visitcharlottesville.org. Read More