The New River and Roanoke Valleys are full of recreational and cultural opportunities.
Beliveau Estate offers events throughout the year (See our events page).The popular Lavender Festival is held the last Sunday in June and the Grape Stomping Festival is held in September.
As a scenic destination winery enjoy an afternoon of relaxation sipping wine. Hike our 7 miles of on-site trails.
Plan your day trips around some of the following:
Alpaca Farm: Poplar Hill / Blacksburg, 540-953-0439 ; Ocotilla’s Mountainside Alpacas/Willis: 540-593-2143
Art: Moss Center/Blacksburg; Taubman Center/ Roanoke
Barn Quilt Trails of Craig County: www.craiglibrary.org
Biking: Huckleberry Trail / Blacksburg
Golf: Auburn Hills/Riner: 540-381-4995; Castle Rock/Pembroke: 540-626-7276; Cox Driving Range: 540-951-0948; Hanging Rock/Salem: 540-389-7275; Pete Dye Golf Course/Fairlawn: 540-633-6732; Virginia Tech Golf Course/Blacksburg: 540-231-6435
Hiking: Appalachian trail heads are conveniently located just minutes from Beliveau Estate: McAfees Knob, Dragons Tooth, The Cascades, to name a few.
History: Smithfield Plantation 540-231-3947, Montgomery Museum 540-382-5644
Horseback Riding: Winterfrost Ride-a-Rescue, 540-320-7709
River Activities, rafting, fishing, tubing, etc.: New River Junction 540-639-6633 ; New River’s Edge 540-599-8382; New River Outdoor Co/540-921-7348; Tangent Outfitters/540-626-4567
Swimming: The New River. Blacksburg Aquatic Center/ 540-961-1135; Christiansburg Aquatic Center