Also known as Buggs Island
Lake and Lake Gaston. These lakes are the largest sport fishing lakes in Virginia.
Many sporting events take place here. Bring your boat and use any of the local
ramps to launch yourself into a day on the water with family and friends.
and golf course
|Located just 30 miles away this
driving range allows the golf enthusiast to keep in shape for the course that
is also close by and open to the public|
Fans! Located 25 miles away, this area's speedway
offers good family fun at the races.
is home to South Boston's International Formula One racing events. A quick 40
minute drive and you are sitting in the stands cheering on your favorite drivers.|
area is rich with community plays all year long. Local times and plays are always
on hand for guests.
Located in South Boston, The
Prizery, has contained in it's walls, a theater group, art museum, and
an abundance of places to see and visit for the antique buffs. A full list of
area shops are available. |
|Many area colleges are within
a short drive. Strolling the campuses and buildings make for a pleasant outing.
The nearby colleges include Longwood, Hampton-Sydney, and Southside Community
|Located just 7 miles in Chase
City, the MacCallum
Moore Museum and Gardens offer some of the most spectacular
orchestration of color and beauty for the horticulturist.|
Fairs ||Always a
favorite with guests and the residence of the area, the local county fairs bring
you back to early Americana. One enjoys watching events that are part of a simpler
way of life. Enjoying corndogs, rodeos, livestock exhibitions, and the freeway
of rides and country fair foods.|
Parks - State
The local state and county
parks services offer an abundance of special recreational activities for those
that want to take advantage of area history. Some activities provided by the parks
include Native American talks, indigenous species identification seminars, and
night walks through the forests.
River State Park
|Virginia is one of the richest
states when it comes to our country's history. There are innumerable opportunities
to discover American roots from Colonial Times to the Civil War and beyond. Virginia
hosts museums, walking tours, and plantations to name a few. An information bank
is available for trips to these. |
day trip to any of the many caverns is always pleasant.