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Located 16 miles south from the inn, this lakefront town offers some
of the areas best rural shopping. Clarksville is the only town that is located
directly on Kerr Lake and hosts many sport fishing competitions.
in conjunction with local parks, also hosts one of the areas largest Native American
events at Occoneechee State Park, and is home to the ever popular Lake Fest
held in July.
Plantation is a step into the Old South filled with beautiful late eighteenth
century furnishings and architecture. A Virginia Historic Landmark, listed on
the National Register of Historic Places.
just 7 miles from the farm, it is a nice afternoon visit. While there,
you must not miss the the beauty, culture, and history found within MacCallum
More Museum & Gardens.
If you really want to get a feel for small
town USA, Chase city is the place to visit. Not much has changed here as you stroll
down Main Street with the old store fronts beckoning you to come inside and chat
with the folks and purchase a memento.
Stores feature clothing, antiques
and restaurants. The Robert E. Lee Auditorium is home to many wonderful theatrical
presentations performed by the local talent.
25 miles away, this town offers small museums, antiquing, shopping, and
a speedway for race fans. There are restaurants in South Boston that will please
even the most discriminating of palates.
Prizery - Community Arts Center
opportunity for a day trip. Visit Colonial Williamsburg and while there, take
in the famous Williamsburg Pottery shopping experience.
Busch Gardens and
Water Country USA are close by in Williamsburg for guests that enjoy amusement
76 miles east, this city is rich with history, restaurants and shopping.
There are too many events to list here, but an information bank on the Richmond
area is available to guests.|
worthwhile day trip, Ashland is located just north of Richmond and is not only
home to Kings Dominion Amusement Park, but is also rich with history and sightseeing
DC ||A day trip worth
the travel. Visit our nation's capital with all it's history, museums, shopping
and restaurants. D.C. is about 3 hours from the farm.|
about 40 miles away, this is a town worth visiting in the heart of Virginia.Home
to Green Front Furniture, Longwood College, Hampden-Sydney College, and some of
the areas most unique shopping, Farmville has history and fine restaurants to
please visitors. |
short 20 miles away, a must see for the history buff. Known in history
as the place where many historic colonial events took place, this small Virginia
town has not changed much from when the first colonists sought freedom from British
day trip over the Virginia border, brings you to one of North Carolina's biggest
shopping attractions in the area. Too much to list here, but an information bank
is kept for guests.|