Things to See and Do

Appalachian Music, Art and Culture

Pearis Merchantile | (540) 921-2260
200 N Main St, Pearisburg, VA
The Pearis Mercantile stocks gift items for the home and garden, locally made products, jewelry and more. In an adjoining space, is a Hiker Supplies Store stocked with all the supplies anyone needs whether they are through-hiking or day hiking the nearby Appalachian Trail.

 

Narrows Gift Shop & Art Gallery | (540) 726-3022
“302” Main St. displays and sells the artistic endeavors of over 30 local artists, artisans, authors and craftsmen. The juried items are offered at reasonable prices to suit every budget, allowing comfortable enjoyment of the arts as gifts or as personal expressions Just For You. The inviting shop showcases an extensive variety of quality handcrafted items including jewelry, furniture, paintings, wood turnings, digital art, candles, knit apparel, soaps, stained and blown glass, books, lotions, purses, wall decor, sculpture, baskets, note cards, quilts, Appalachian, coal, local history, and more. Also offered are gift certificates and personal or group private appointments.The Gallery is open Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. Main St. Narrows, VA 24124

 

Gunpowder Springs Artisan Shop | (540) 626-2828
is located in Eggleston in the Old Pyne Hardware Store next to the Palisades Restaurant

 

Mountain Lake Gallery and Gift Shops | (540) 626-7121
At Mountain Lake Hotel. A lovely gift shop carrying souvenirs, local artists prints, photography and handmade quality crafts.

 

Glen Alton Farm | (540) 552-4641
Glen Alton is a 304 acre property in Giles County that was a working farm up until the 1980`s. Majestic trees, open pastures and picturesque buildings create a pastoral setting that invites wandering and evokes memories of a simpler time. This day use area features picnic tables, hiking trails, and wildlife watching opportunities. Area highlights include White Rocks Campground, Potts Rail Trail, Big Stony Creek, and Interior Whistle Stop.

 

Wineries and Breweries

Giles Mountain Winery | (540) 818-0566
Giles Mountain Vineyard and Winery is an estate winery providing unique wines that reflect our dedication to community, sustainability, and our beautiful mountainous region.

Our primary goal at Giles Mountain Vineyard and Winery is to minimize our footprint on the land, conserve natural resources, reduce chemical dependence, while producing outstanding regional wines.  Our wines capture the unique mountainous limestone and shale soils on which our grapes are produced.

Right Turn Clyde Brewery | (540) 921-7283
Our beer is special.  I’m sure every brewery makes that claim across America, and they probably believe that.  We are no exception.  Through the use of fresh malts, crystal clear waters from our little Appalachian Mountain, and, hops from our backyard as well as around the world we make every attempt to bring the best quality and most interesting beer to our patrons.  We work with many local farmers, bee keepers, and all around friendly folks to support our local economy and make our beer a taste of the area.

Farms, Farmers Markets and Pick-Your-Owns

Narrows Farmer’s Market  | (540) 726-2423
The Narrows Farmers Market is located on Monroe Street in downtown Narrows.  The Market has several tables already onsite in order to accommodate a number of vendors, a stage area for live entertainment during special events, and clean restroom facilities. The market is open April 1st through October 31st.  Selling days are Monday through Saturday from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.  However, in the spirit of making the market a successful endeavor from both the Town’s and community’s viewpoint, staff will make every effort to make special arrangements with potential vendors wishing to use the facility outside of these days and times.

 

Pearisburg Community Market
The Pearisburg Community Farmer’s Market offers fresh local produce, events, activities, demos, music and crafts. Meet local producers, artisans and more.

 

BeeBerry Farm | (540) 544-6833
You-pick blueberries with a wonderful view! Our quality berries are grown using sustainable horticultural methods, with no pesticides. Season is late June through July. Call ahead or check our web site for the best picking times.  This farm is a trail site on the Giles Artisan Trail and is a member of Round the Mountain Artisan Network.

 

Windrush Farms | (540) 544-7088
ALL NATURAL– Only organic fertilizers/pesticides are used when needed.
* TASTING ENCOURAGED–as we have several different varieties within our approx. 900 bushes that can vary in flavor.
* WE SUPPLY BUCKETS FOR PICKING AND BAGS FOR TAKE HOME–although many choose and are welcome to bring their own take home containers or boxes. (PLEASE, NO BACKPACKS, OR OTHER LARGER SIZE PURSES / BAGS PERMITTED)

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Northwest Quadrant
Pearisburg – Narrows – Rich Creek – Glen Lyn

Northeast Quadrant
Big Stony Creek – Glen Alton – White Rocks

Southwest Quadrant
Wilburn Valley – White Gate – Staffordsville – Eggleston

Southeast Quadrant
Newport – Mountain Lake – Pembroke