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Luray Caverns Tips

Dream Lake, Luray CavernsLuray Caverns attracts half a million visitors annually to the most elaborate cave system in Virginia.

Busch Gardens

Busch Gardens in Williamsburg is the second largest theme park in Virginia but it is first in beauty.

Natural Bridge Nature’s Art

Natural Bridge is a National Historical Landmark and a unique natural attraction.
Things to Do in Virginia

Great Falls State Park

Located only 15 miles from the nation’s Capital, Great Falls Park is an 800 acre escape into nature for dwellers of Washington, D.C.

Manassas Battlefield Park

The Manassas National Battlefield Park marks the location of the first man-to-man battle of the Civil War.

Mason Neck State Park

The wetlands, ponds, and open fields of Mason Neck State Park make it an ideal location for observing and studying wildlife.
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Virginia Golf Courses

Belmont Golf Course

Belmont Golf Course, located in Henrico County, Virginia, features an 18-hole PGA Championship golf course. In 1949, the course was host to the PGA Championship won by Sam Snead. Belmont Golf Course, formerly the Hermitage Country Club, was designed in 1916 by Albert Warren Tillenghast, one of the best course architects of his time. The course was redesigned in 1927 by Donald Ross. Henrico County purchased the golf course, recreation center, and other buildings in 1976.

The facility includes The Fairway Grill, 9th Hole, and a full-service pro shop. The pro shop is open daily and offers the latest equipment and apparel at reasonable prices. Private golf lessons are available by appointment and gift cards may be purchased for greens fees and cart rentals. Group and corporate outings are also available. Belmont Golf Course is open daily to the public and tee times are suggested.

Belmont HistoryBelmont Golf Course, located in Henrico County, Virginia, features an 18-hole PGA Championship golf course. In 1949, the course was host to the PGA Championship won by Sam Snead. Belmont Golf Course, formerly the Hermitage Country Club, was designed in 1916 by Albert Warren Tillenghast, one of the best course architects of his time. The course was redesigned in 1927 by Donald Ross. Henrico County purchased the golf course, recreation center, and other buildings in 1976.

The facility includes The Fairway Grill, 9th Hole, and a full-service pro shop. The pro shop is open daily and offers the latest equipment and apparel at reasonable prices. Private golf lessons are available by appointment and gift cards may be purchased for greens fees and cart rentals. Group and corporate outings are also available. Belmont Golf Course is open daily to the public and tee times are suggested.

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Virginia Wineries

Village Winery

Our farm winery and vineyards opened summer of 2005. We are located outside the heart of the Historic Village of Waterford. The tasting and barrel room are housed in a restored farm structure adjoining our large, old bank barn. We offer Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot, Viognier, Merlot Cabernet blend, Apple Wine, Raspberry & Apple, Elderberry & Apple, Elderberry & Raspberry & Apple, Elderberry wine, Elderberry Viniagrette, Elderberry & Aronia Tea and Elderberry Syrup. Now Offering our Wines in 3 Liter Boxes for a Great Value
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June Events

Covington Cork and Pork Festival

Come to the Alleghany Highlands as Covington brings competition BBQ to the mountains.
> Covington > Shenandoah Valley > Festivals > June

Chautauqua Festival in the Park

The Chautauqua Festival is an eight-day family-oriented arts and music festival presented each year starting on the third Saturday of June in Wytheville.
> Wytheville > Southwestern Virginia > Festivals > June

Southwest Virginia Wine Festival

Experience the distinctive wines, cider, mead and beer of Southwest Virginia. Visitors will get to taste, meet and hear the stories of the wines and their makers.

Tinner HIll Blues Festival

The Annual Tinner Hill Blues Festival will take place in Falls Church. Come for Blues, Brews, and BBQ. Many of the concerts at the festival are free, while others range from $15-$37.
> Falls Church > Northern Virginia > Concerts > Festivals > June

Celebrate Fairfax

Celebrate Fairfax!, Northern Virginia’s largest community-wide celebration, comes to the Fairfax County Government Center.
> Fairfax > Northern Virginia > Festivals > June

Stuart Beach Music Festival

The Stuart Beach Music Festival will take place at Wayside Park in Stuart.
> Stuart > Southwestern Virginia > Concerts > Festivals > June
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