Where to find “treasures” all in one place ….
and Heritage Trails
Big Walker Country Store
8711 Stony Fork Road
Wytheville, Virginia 24382
Open March 31-November 11.
Wythe County Trails
and Heritage Trails
In the counties of Wythe and Bland, we are blessed with Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m., Saturday-Sunday, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
scenic beauty, historic and cultural attractions and a wealth of I-81, Exit 70, US 52 North or I-77, Exit 47, US 52 South.
talented artisans that produce everything from handwoven Follow byway signs.
scarves to unique sculptures made from recycled materials. Museum Gift Shop The store features items from over 20 local artisans as well as
This brochure features trails in the two counties that lead over 30 varieties of homemade jams, jellies, apple butter, local Wolf Creek Indian Village & Museum Gift Shop
Heritage Preservation Center 6394 North Scenic Highway
travelers to local artisans, artisan sales centers, heritage sites honey and relishes. You will also find Virginia souvenirs. Try
115 West Spiller Street, Wytheville, Virginia 24382 Bastian, VA 24314
and other points of interest – all telling a vibrant story of our their Tower High Cones of hand-dipped ice cream and enjoy
(276) 223-3457 (276) 688-3438
culture. your snack overlooking the Jefferson National Forest. Every
http://museums.wytheville.org • email@example.com www.indianvillage.org
Take a day (or more) and visit our trails, you will find weekend beginning in May will feature craft demonstrations,
Open Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Open 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., 7 days a week.
some one-of-a-kind treasures, beautiful scenery, attractions local history lectures and more.
Third Saturday of each month from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. I-77, Exit 58. Follow brown signs.
to interest the whole family, friendly folks, unique restaurants,
I-81, Exit 70 - turn left at stoplight to Tazewell Street,
and even a comfortable place to spend the night. Discover
turn right at West Spiller Street.
Stocked with crafts from over 40 local artisans from Bland,
Wythe, Giles, Pulaski and Tazewell counties as well as North
Virginia Civil War Trails
our greatest resource here in the counties of Wythe and Bland Wythe County now has five sites on this trail marking the
This small gift shop offers a “big” shopping experience with a Carolina, West Virginia, and Kentucky. You will find everything
– our talented people! route of “Toland’s Raid.” Informational markers will enhance
selection of distinctive handmade items from local artisans. from arrowheads and jewelry to sculptures and totem rocks.
The shop also carries the music of the region from several your understanding of Virginia’s Civil War experience by
Thanks to our partners … Find gift shop items on eBay. interpreting and linking significant sites relating to the Civil
local musicians. Visitors will also find local and regional history
in books and photos and a full line of collectible ornaments, Shop is also site for tickets to the Wolf Creek Indian Village & War throughout the Commonwealth. Follow the Civil War Trails
miniature buildings and other items. Looking for more his- Museum – a reconstructed Indian village where visitors are signs to these locations:
tory? Get your tickets to the Haller-Gibboney Rock House and led by interpretive guides on an exploration of the living skills
Thomas J. Boyd museums at the shop. used by the Eastern Woodland Indians. 1 - Into the Valley of
Death Stony Fork Rd
2 - The First Skirmish TY Exit 47
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Town of Wytheville Wythe County Bland County Mount Airy Depot
www.visitwytheville.com www.wytheco.org www.bland.org 4 - St. John’s Church
5 - The Battle in Town Limits
Cedar Run Artisans Center
215 West Main Street Visitors
Wytheville, Virginia 24382 WYTHEVILLE Center
Virginia Tourism Open Thursday-Friday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. , Saturday 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. Pine St.
Corporation I-81, Exit 70 - follow 4th Street to Main Street Pine St.
www.virginia.org The area’s newest artisan sales center, located in downtown
5/07 - 10M Wytheville. The center offers prints by local artists and prod- Wytheville’s
ucts from local artisans including jewelry, stained glass, woven
Main St. http://museums.wytheville.org
items, woodwork, soaps, potpourri, and more.
1 Blooming Idiots Greenhouse 6 Bland Square Restaurant
Bland County 10215 West Blue Grass Trail, Bland
Full-service greenhouse with bedding plants, hanging
baskets, heirloom tomato plants and herbs. Seasonal
hours. Monday-Saturday, 8 a.m. – 6 p.m., Sunday, 1-6 p.m.
8870 South Scenic Highway, Bland
Locally owned restaurant featuring breakfast, lunch and
dinner menu items. Open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
and Saturday from 7 a.m. – 6 p.m., Thursday and Friday
from 7 a.m. – 8 p.m. Closed Sunday. (276) 688 3851.
Artisans & Heritage
2 Henry C. Groseclose FFA and Agriculture Museum 7 Wolf Creek Indian Village & Museum
Ceres School Road, Ceres. 6394 Scenic Highway, Bastian
Gard Part of the former Ceres High School and once used as A reconstructed Indian village, museum, gift shop and
<- To B an agricultural building. Opened in 2003 as a museum picnic area. Gift Shop features over 40 local artisans’ hand-
featuring the restored classrooms and exhibits on Henry crafted items. Open 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., 7 days a week.
C. Groseclose, a native of the area known as the Father of (276) 688-3438. www.indianvillage.org
the Future Farmers of America. Open Memorial Weekend
y to Labor Day Weekend. Tours by appointment any day 8 Hollybrook Community Center
ni of the week. Adjacent is the George H. Peery, Sr. Center
e 4283 Wilderness Road, Hollybrook
Sc Hollybrook 606 offering a fitness center open 24/7, The Ceres Community
8 The former Hollybrook Elementary School is now home
Wolf Creek Community Center and a community park. (276) 682-4587/682-4380.
7 to a community center that offers monthly flea markets,
Indian Village and Museum Center
Exit 58 classes and dances as well as music from the Hollybrook
y 3 Julie’s Handmade Country Crafts
nit Community Band every Friday night from 6-10 p.m.
om ty 1099 White Pine Drive, Bland (276) 928-0033.
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Amis s Cou Handmade wood furniture and crafts. (276) 688-4949.
9 Pam Lucas
Trail 4 Valley View Retreat and Antiques
Appalachian 7963 Little Creek Highway.
350 Valley View Lane, Bland. Located one mile off I-77, Exit This wildlife artist features realistic paintings in oils and
608 52. Locally owned bed and breakfast that caters to one acrylics as well as, handmade jewelry with natural stones.
42 guest at a time. Antique shop on offers Nippon China, Hours by appointment. (276) 228-8400.
Big Walker Motel French Limoges, porcelain and paintings. Shop is open 9
5 a.m. – 5 p.m., Seven days a week. 10 Barbara May – Western & Wildlife Art May’s Way
il Valley View Retreat Exit 52 Bland (276) 688-4332. www.valleyviewretreat.com
n Tra and Antiques 6 Bland Square Restaurant 7810 Little Creek Highway.
Named “Best Western Female Painter” this artist offers 13
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Ap ine D 9 Pam Lucas limited edition prints. A member of Women Artists of the
Julia’s Handmade <- White P 4 US-52. From I-77 Exit 52 in Bland. West. Hours by appointment. (276) 228-7702.
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Blooming Idiots West Blue G ek H Barbara May
offers beautiful views of Big Walker Mountains. Open 24
hours a day, seven days a week. (276) 688-3331.
Little Western & Wildlife
717 Art May’s Way
Henry C. Groseclose FFA and
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Some of the sites featured are open for business on a
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limited basis. Please give them a call before your visit. If
you or someone in your party has physical restrictions,
we strongly suggest you call ahead. Many studios are in
Artisan Sales Center
Heritage Sites/Natural Resources
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and Heritage Trails The Wythe Bland Artisans and Heritage Trails are members of the
private homes so handicap access varies considerably. For more information call (276) 223-3330 ‘Round the Mountain: SWVA’s Artisan Network.
or visit http://museums.wytheville.org For more information about regional trails, call
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org (276) 492-2079 or visit www.roundthemountain.org.
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or visit http://museums.wytheville.org
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Sportsman Glenny’s Kitchen 21 Pleasant Hill Farm-Field of Flowers
and Heritage Trails Lodge
310 Rome Road, Max Meadows
30 Beagle Ridge Herb Farm
Pick your own flowers and fill a mason jar for a fee. Gift 39 Williams Orchard
shop. Seasonal hours. May - November. Friday and Sat- 1934 Matney Flats Road, Wytheville
5175 West Lee Hwy, Wytheville
urday, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. Sunday, Noon – 6. (276) 637-0252. Organic herb farm and environmental education center.
http://www.pleasanthillfarm.com Gardens, walking trails and gift shop featuring dried Produce, hayrides, pumpkin patch. Seasonal/October
1 Wytheville Museum Gift Shop Hours/Saturday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m., Sunday 1-5 p.m.
p Rd. flowers, herbs, soaps and lotions. Seasonal –April 28 – Oct.
C. C. Cam (276) 686-4851.
115 West Spiller Street, Wytheville 22 Blue Cat on the New 13. Open Thursday – Sunday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. (closed on
Located in Wytheville’s Heritage Preservation Center. Lo- Sundays in August) (276) 621-4511.
2800 Wysor Hwy, Draper 40 Wytheville Convention & Visitors Bureau and
cally made crafts and handwoven items, local books and www.beagleridgeherbfarm.com
Canoe, kayak, and fishing pontoon rentals, guided hiking,
music, collectibles, Wytheville memorabilia. E. Lee Trinkle Regional Visitors Center
wildlife and fishing tours. Rent an authentic Sioux-style
Open Monday – Friday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Third Saturday
tipi for a unique camping experience. (276) 766-3729.
31 Glenny’s Kitchen 975 Tazewell Street, Wytheville
of each month from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Local and regional information, free exhibit on former
(276) 223-3457. http://museums.wytheville.org 8 Batiks Etcetera & Sew What Fabrics 15 www.bluecatonthenew.com 6759 Grayson Turnpike, Speedwell
Snoopers Antique Mall Daily home-cooked specials to standard diner fare, you Virginia governor E. Lee Trinkle. Open Monday-Sunday,
460 East Main Street, Wytheville 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. (276) 223-3355/877-347-8307.
2114 East Lee Highway, Wytheville 23 New River Trail State Park can feed your hunger for Southern cooking – just 15
2 Thomas J. Boyd Museum The quilt shop is internationally known for their extensive
Antiques, collectibles. Open Monday-Sunday. Janu- minutes South of Wytheville. “We promise it will be worth http://www.VisitWytheville.com
lines of Indonesian and Malaysian Batiks fabrics, quilt- 176 Orphanage Drive, Foster Falls
295 Tazewell Street, Wytheville ary-March (10 a.m. – 6 p.m.), April-May (9 a.m. – 6 p.m.), the trip!” Open Monday-Saturday, 6 a.m. – 7 p.m.
ing and fabric art classes and distributor of Pfaff sewing At 57 miles, New River Trail State Park is Virginia’s longest 41 Amaizeing Adventures
Exhibits focus on local history-early settlement, Civil War, Memorial Day to Labor Day (9 a.m. – 7 p.m.) (276) 621-4447.
machines. Open Monday-Saturday, 10 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. linear park. The park runs through four counties and 32
1950 Polio Epidemic. Open for tours Monday-Friday, (276) 637-6441/6992. www.snoopersantiques.com 3645 Stony Fork Road, Wytheville
(276) 228-6400. www. batiks.com miles parallels the New River. In Wythe County, the park
10 a.m. – 5 p.m./Third Saturday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
includes the historic Jackson Ferry Shot Tower and Foster
32 Cripple Creek Bed & Breakfast Cabins Educational corn maze, pumpkin patch, picnic shelter.
(276) 223-3330. http://museums.wytheville.org 16 Mom’s Old Curiousity Shop Seasonal/September-October. Saturday-Sunday, 1-6 p.m.
9 Log House Historical 1776 Restaurant Falls recreation area. Trail for horseback, hiking and biking. 155 Log Cabin Lane, Crockett
106 Ayers Road, Max Meadows Bike/canoe/kayak/tube rentals and interpretive programs Individual, secluded one room log cabins designed for (276) 223-2727.
3 Haller-Gibboney Rock House Museum 520 East Main Street, Wytheville
The building is over 110 years old and is best known as daily at Foster Falls from Memorial Day to Labor Day. rest and relaxation. Stone fireplace, large whirlpool bath,
Historic restaurant features great Virginia specialty dishes, 42 Stony Fork Campground
205 Tazewell Street, Wytheville the Old Drug Store. Now is filled with antiques, crafts, (276) 699-6778. www.dcr.state.va.us king beds, and delicious homemade breakfast delivered
steaks and seafood. Also visit their flower gardens, gazebo,
Home of Dr. John Haller, Wytheville’s first resident books, glassware, jewelry, toys, collectibles and more. to your door. Open year round. (276) 686-2000. 109 Krenning Road, Wytheville
gift shops and Christopher’s Lounge.
physician. Exhibits forcus on Haller family and includes
Open Monday-Saturday, 11 a.m. – 10 p.m. (276) 228-4139.
Thursday-Friday, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. and 24 Foster Falls Furnace www.cripplecreekcabins.com Camping, picnic tables, restrooms w/showers, pay phone,
numerous family items and furniture of the period. Open Saturday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. (276) 228-4567. disposal station, nature trail. April - November.
Foster Falls Road, Foster Falls
for tours Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m./Third Saturday, 10 33 Cedar Springs Sportsman Lodge (276) 228-2168.
10 Art-Rageous The iron industry is a significant part of Wythe County’s
a.m. – 5 p.m. (276) 223-3330. http://museums.wytheville.org 17 Porter Furniture Restoration heritage. Iron furnaces and forges produced iron that was 5185 Cedar Springs Road, Rural Retreat
360B South 4th Street, Wytheville 43 Stony Fork Pottery
354 Brock Avenue, Max Meadows used by artisans to make farming implements such as Trophy trout fishing, 110-acres for hikers, archers and
4 Cedar Run Artisans Center Contemporary ceramic and art studio, classes. Open
Weaving, woodworking, furniture restoration and repair. plows, horse shoes, wagon wheels and kettles, including spelunkers. Call for reservations (276) 686-4505.
Tuesday-Friday, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m., Saturday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. 407 Gullion Fork Road, Wytheville
215 West Main Street, Wytheville Hours by appointment. (276) 637-1012. those in the manufacture of salt. The remains of five iron Unique pottery and metal work. Studio in a rustic wood-
Located on Main Street, the Center offers locally made furnaces can be seen on the Artisans Trail route from 34 Cedar Springs Fish Farm land setting. Hours by appointment. (276) 228-8349.
arts, crafts and handwoven items. Open Thursday and 18 Fiber 4 Ewe, Inc. Foster Falls to the town of Cripple Creek.
Friday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., Saturday, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. or by 11 Wytheville Training School Cultural Center Trout Farm Road, Rural Retreat
4373 East Lee Highway, Max Meadows Scenic 500-acre working trout farm with fishing, hiking 44 Virginia City Gem Mine & Museum Town
appointment. 410 E. Franklin Street, Wytheville
Yarn, knitting/crocheting supplies, books, patterns, classes, 25 Stephen F. Austin Memorial and picnicking. Call for reservations (276) 686-4505.
A non-profit community organization established in 2000 7108 Stony Fork Road, Wytheville
finished products. Open Wednesday-Friday, Exit 24 (I-77), turn west for 5-6 miles on Lead Mines Road Gem shops, general store, town hall, opry stage, Jail, Hotel,
5 Trinkle Mansion Bed & Breakfast
to preserve the historic Wytheville Training School. The
WTS was constructed in 1882 for African-American chil-
11 a.m. – 6 p.m. Saturday, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Pays homage to Stephen F. Austin, the “Father of Texas.” 35 Rural Retreat Lake & Campground Grist Mill, Saw Mill and photo emporium. Hiking, biking
525 West Main Street, Wytheville (276) 637-4459. Austin was born in Austinville while his father had control and birding trails. Picnic areas. Seasonal. Open April 15-
dren and was in operation until 1952. Computer, literacy 250 Lake Road, Rural Retreat
Restored two-story mansion constructed in 1912. William of the Lead Mines. During the Civil War, the mines were October 31, Monday-Sunday, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
and GED classes, tutoring. Open Monday – Friday, 10 a.m. - Trophy fishing, camping (April-October), picnic shelters,
S. Trinkle was the brother of Governer E. Lee Trinkle.
3 p.m. (276) 625-0042. www.wythevilletrainingschool.org 19 Fort Chiswell Animal Park the chief domestic supplier of lead to the Confederacy.
pool (Daily Memorial Day – Labor Day) (276) 686-4331. (276) 223-1873. www.vacity.com
Offers elegant guest rooms with private bath.
569 Red Hollow Road, Max Meadows
(276) 625-0625. www.TrinkleMansion.com 26 Apperson Furnace 36 Jim Lloyd’s Barber Shop/Musical Instruments 45 Deer Trail Park & Campground
12 Ms. Gerta’s Antiques Privately owned 45-acre animal park and petting zoo. Gift
shop, snack bar and restrooms. Season runs April through Austinville Road, Austinville 599 Gullion Fork Road, Wytheville
6 Reaping Hook Gallery & Frames 1432 East Lee Highway, Wytheville
November. Hours: Before Memorial Day and after Labor See description at #24.
115 Main Street, Rural Retreat
Furniture, collectibles, antiques. Open Monday-Sunday, Musical instruments, classes, soaps, lotions, weaving. Shaded sites,primitive sites, full RV hookups, cabins, WIFI
200 West Main Street, Wytheville Day (Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.) wireless internet, country store, swimming pool, fishing
10 a.m. – 6 p.m. (276) 223-6801. firstname.lastname@example.org (276) 686-5976. email@example.com
Fine art, custom framing, Gile’e printing. Features local From Memorial Day through Labor Day (Open Monday 27 Walton Furnace pond, hiking, biking. Daily, weekly or monthly camping.
and nationally known artists, pottery and more. Open - Thursday from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., Friday, Saturday and Open all year. (276) 228-3636. www.deertrailpark.com
Monday-Saturday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. (276) 228-6111. 13 The Antique Station Sunday from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.) (276) 637-6754.
Ivanhoe Road, Max Meadows 37 Brush Strokes Studio
See description at #24.
www.reapinghookgalleryandframes.com 1998 East Lee Highway, Wytheville www.fortchiswellanimalpark.com 123 Main Street, Rural Retreat 46 Big Walker Lookout/Big Walker Country Store
Fine period furniture, silver, china, fine art, primitives, Oils, watercolors, art supplies and classes.
28 Raven Cliff Furnace and Campground 8711 Stony Fork Road, Wytheville. From 1-81 Exit 70, take
7 Skeeter’s - E.N. Umberger Store books and more. Open Monday-Saturday, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. 20 West Wind Farm Vineyard-Winery Open Monday and Thursday, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Sunday, 1-6 p.m. (276) 228-6030. Raven Cliff Lane (276) 620-5066. Artistjed@yahoo.com US-52 North. Follow the Byway signs.
165 East Main Street, Wytheville 2228 Fort Chiswell Road, Max Meadows The oldest and highest scenic attraction in Virginia is the
Includes a campground and picnic area along the banks
The Skeeter’s Restaurant is famous for its hotdogs and its Hand-crafted, award-winning Virginia wines are made on scenic overlook for the Big Walker Mountain Scenic By-
building. The restaurant is located in The Bolling Build- 14 Old Fort Antique Mall this 4th generation farm. Wine tastings, tours, and an array
of Cripple Creek. See description of furnace at #24. 38 Mill Creek Studios
way. The Big Walker Country Store features locally-made
ing, the birthplace and childhood home of First Lady 2028 East Lee Highway, Wytheville of gifts including gourmet snacks, luxury soaps, wine and 3305 Blacklick Road, Rural Retreat arts and crafts and hand-dipped ice cream. Seasonal.
Edith Bolling Wilson, wife of President Woodrow Wilson. A Antiques, collectibles, old-fashioned candy. Open Monday home accessories. Available for special events. Monday- 29 Eagle’s Nest Furnace Handmade woven items, supplies. Open Monday-Satur- Open March 31-November 11. Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. –
Virginia Historical Highway Marker is on the site. Open M-F, – Sunday, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Memorial Day to Labor Day, 10 Saturday, 11 a.m – 6 p.m. Sunday, 1-6 p.m. Gleaves Road, Cripple Creek day, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m./Wednesday, 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. 5 p.m./Saturday-Sunday, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. (276) 228-4401.
8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Sat, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. (276) 228-2611. a.m. – 7 p.m. (276) 228-4438. www.antiques-va.com (276) 699-2020. www.westwindwine.com See description at #24. (276) 686-4990. firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.scenicbeauty-va.com