The New River and Roanoke Valleys are full of recreational and cultural opportunities. Beliveau Estate is a great central location for your daily excursions.
Adventure: Treetop Adventure at Mountain Lake with rope bridges, ladders, zip lines, and more/ 540-626-7121 Ext 444; Golden Hills Disc Golf Course with 37-hole Disc Golf Course/ 540-382-6975.
Alpaca Farms: Poplar Hill (10 minutes from us) Blacksburg, 540-953-0439 ; Ocotilla’s Mountainside Alpacas/Willis: 540-593-2143
Art: Moss Center for the Arts: 540-231-5300/Blacksburg; Taubman Center/ Roanoke; The Lyric Theatre/Blacksburg 540-951-0604
Barn Quilt Trails of Craig County: www.craiglibrary.org
Biking: The Huckleberry Trail extends 6 miles between downtown Blacksburg and the Christiansburg NRV Mall. This trail is suitable for families and is great fro walking or biking.
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: Multiple Appalachian trail heads are conveniently located just minutes from Beliveau Estate including McAfees Knob (a little challenging) which ends with a fabulous panoramic view at the top. Other favorite hiking trails include The Cascades (moderate) with a 69′ waterfall at trail end, and Pandapas Pond (easy and family friendly).
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