Sleep Inn & Suites
5625 Dickenson Hwy.
Clintwood, VA 24228
Phone: (276) 796-1058
Fax: (276) 796-1087
The Roaring Branch Trail is a 3 mile (5 km) trail outside of Big Stone Gap. Follow the Roaring Branch as the stream leads you through spectacular old-growth hemlock forests. This is a birder's paradise, where you can see species of nuthatch, warbler, waterthrush, and more. It's the perfect way to spend a beautiful day in nature.
Natural Tunnel State Park, as the name implies, is home to the large Natural Tunnel, a cave over 850 ft (259 m) long and as tall as a 10-story building. This tunnel was carved into the rock by natural forces over thousands of years, and was called the "eighth wonder of the world" by William Jennings Bryan. In addition to the park's namesake, there are also camping facilities, picnic areas, a gift shop, visitors center and much more. You can explore all of this after paying just the low parking fee of $3 on weekdays and $4 on weekends.
Offers lessons, boarding and training.
A course that offers the beautiful scenery of this mountainous region combined with challenges for golfers of all playing skills. This course is open year round for the public. Driving range and practice facilities are also available and instruction by PGA professional is offered.
Overnight boarding and riding lessons.
The entire family will enjoy the fun and competition of bowling at Interstate Bowl.
Enjoy a lovely game of golf at The Olde Farm in Bristol. The club is known to be one of the best golfing locations in the country. It has a very rural edge to it and has well maintained fairways and tees. The Olde Farm has good facilities for its visitors and is a favorite of many experienced golfers.
This private 18-hole golf course provides both flat and rolling terrain with 31 to 40 sand bunkers. A full-time PGA Certified Professional is on staff and a full driving range and practice and putting areas are available. Tennis courts, a swimming pool, social and dining amenities, and a number of membership options are available for members.
Experts from near and far comment and teach about the wildlife present at Steele Creek Park.
Though it may be short, this nine-hole public golf course has many hills and sand traps to keep a golfer entertained and challenged.
Cosmic bowling every Friday and Saturday night from midnight to 2 a.m.
Founded in 1894, this private golf course has many hills, trees, and water hazards for the experienced golfer.