Here Are 10 Of The Best Kept Secrets In Virginia
Virginia is a state full of secrets. What we have in Virginia is a treasure trove of historical and natural sites that are just waiting to be explored by residents and visitors alike. From living history museums to breathtaking natural wonders, there’s always something new to discover. If you missed our previous posts on hidden gems and most underrated attractions, then be sure to check them out. In the meantime, here are 10 more hidden gem places in Virginia that you simply won’t want to miss.
We all have our favorite go-to spots in Virginia, whether it’s a park, museum, or just a place to getaway. What are some of your favorite hidden gem places in Virginia? We would love to hear about them in the comments below. They might just pop up in an article soon – several of these suggestions were made by readers in the past!
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What are some little-known places in Virginia I should visit?
Exploring the beautiful state of Virginia is one of our absolute favorite pastimes. Fortunately, the Old Dominion is filled with world-famous attractions as well as hidden secrets that hardly anyone knows about. In the latter category, Highland County is a must-visit. Lovingly known as Virginia’s Little Switzerland, this mountainous region of Virginia boasts the highest mean elevation of any region east of the Mississippi. That means you can look forward to beautiful views at just about every turn. Highland County is also famous for making mouthwatering maple syrup. Each year, the Highland County Maple Festival draws thousands to this corner of Virginia, and it’s quite an event. Some other little-known places in Virginia worth visiting include Caledon State Park, Kiptopeke State Park, Burke’s Garden in Tazewell County, Carvin’s Cove, Devil’s Bathtub, the Bluebell Trail, Breaks Interstate Park, and White Oak Lavender Farm. Learn more about these hidden gems in Virginia.
What are some unique day trips in Virginia?
If you love exploring all that Virginia has to offer, there’s nothing quite as rewarding as planning a day trip. Drive three hours in just about any direction and you’ll reach something fantastic, whether that’s the beach, the mountains, or somewhere in between. The following is a list of some of the most memorable day trips you can take here in Virginia: Liberty Mills Farm in Somerset, Chincoteague Island, Pippin Hill Farm & Vineyard, the Virginia Safari Park in Lexington, Factory Antique Mall, Old Rag Mountain, the Snickersville Turnpike in Loudoun County, Virginia’s Natural Sand Cave, the town of Floyd, Harper’s Ferry Adventure Center in Purcellville, and the Underground Wishing Well in Luray. Have you ever embarked on these unique day trips in Virginia?