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We can’t wait to welcome you to Albemarle County! The Albemarle Tourism & Adventure Center is located in downtown Crozet inside the historic train depot. For things to do, area information, and our events calendar, visit www.visitcharlottesville.org or call (877) 386-1103. Read More
Alleghany County Visitor Center is just a few miles off the Blue Ridge Parkway in downtown Sparta. Slow down. Breathe easy. Stay as busy or un-busy as you want to be. Conquer a mountain or play checkers on the front porch. Find out where to stay, dine, hike, explore, canoe,… Read More
Ashe County, NC www.thecoolestcorner.com. Enjoy scenic views, hiking, biking, canoeing, golf, three historic towns, arts district, crafts, festivals, and more! Visit us at www.ashechamber.com or on North Jefferson Ave in West Jefferson. Call (888) 343-2743 or write to us at PO Box 31, West Jefferson, NC 28694. Read More
This mountain resort city at Milepost 382.6 of the Blue Ridge Parkway beckons lovers of festivals, the outdoors, fine restaurants, distinctive shopping, and Biltmore Estate, a 250-room French Renaissance chateau. The Asheville Visitor Center at Exit 4C off I-240 is open every day, 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. M-F and… Read More
Avery County, North Carolina, located in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains welcomes fun-seekers of all ages. While visiting, experience our four distinct seasons in an area that offers true Southern hospitality. And, we’re home of the Official Woolly Worm Festival of North Carolina, one of the top 10… Read More
Banner Elk blends small town relaxation with the amenities of a larger city. Visitors enjoy outdoor adventure, fabulous culinary offerings, year-round theater, wineries, cozy lodging and North Carolina’s two largest ski resorts. An elevation of 3,701 feet creates cool summers and snowy winters. We’re a great base camp for… 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
Cresting at 5,506’, Beech Mountain is the highest town in Eastern America. Summer temps rarely exceed 75 degrees Fahrenheit, creating an ideal climate for hiking, mountain biking, golf, and tennis. Winters are rich in snowfall, creating ideal ski conditions. Lodging options range from hotels to cabins. Read More
Black Mountain is known as “The Little Town That Rocks.” Near Asheville, it has arts/crafts, antiques, galleries, museum, specialty shops and restaurants. Plus, there’s hiking/biking, golf, festivals, breweries, and music. Your choice of lodging includes B&Bs, cabins, and hotels. Pet-friendly. Get your free guide at www.exploreblackmountain.com or by calling… Read More