We are just minutes away from the world famous Blue Ridge Parkway along with dozens of other area attractions. Use the Wytheville KOA as your base of operations while you explore the surrounding area.
Imagine life 500 years ago. The Wolf Creek Indian Village will introduce you to the life led by the Eastern Woodland Indians who inhabited the land 500 years ago. Our recreated village is the size and layout of an actual archeological evacuation known as the Brown-Johnston site.
History, Heritage, and Romance.
These three words describe the story of the collection of artifacts, photographs, china, and furniture on display at the Edith Bolling Wilson Birthplace Museum. Each helps to illustrate the story inherent to the life of Edith Bolling Wilson. The Museum includes themes such as caregiving (Mrs. Wilson was a caregiver to many family members, as well as to the president when he was incapacitated from a stroke during his presidency). The other theme the Museum explores is Mrs. Wilson as a role model for current and future generations.
Big Walker Lookout is Virginia's oldest privately owned scenic attraction, and is located
in Wythe County in Southwest Virginia! At an elevation of 3,405 feet, Big Walker Lookout
affords one of the most spectacular views of the Appalachian Mountains to our visitors.
We have been gardening and specializing in herbs for two decades. Our mission is to educate the public, all age ranges, to enjoy all aspects for the outdoors and conserve it for the next generation. Our goal is to teach you to enjoy what nature has to offer. Whether working in the garden, hiking on the trails, making an herbal craft or just sitting and watching the birds while you enjoy a cup of herbal tea: we have something for you to do at Beagle Ridge. Come take a class or just spend the day enjoying the great outdoors.
Fort Chiswell Animal Park is Virginia's most INTERACTIVE zoo and is conveniently located less than three miles off Exit 80 on I-81/I-77 in Wytheville, Virginia. Animals from six continents roam across 45 acres and you'll become a part of their world as your guide takes you into their habitat aboard the safari bus. Here, you're encouraged to touch, feed, and photograph. It's the zoo where the animals WANT to see you!
The museum is centrally located in the town and offers an excellent view into the past of the town and the region. The museum displays numerous exhibits on topics such as the geologic past, Civil War, the company town, and the Woodland Indians.
We are a collection of over 60 antique and collectible dealers housed in one air conditioned, well lighted, clean building where you can shop in comfort for the items you might collect. Our friendly staff is proud of the fact that when you ask us to help you find your treasures, we can usually show you where in our shop to prospect - with a good chance of success.
Outstanding scenery and recreational opportunities make the Blue Ridge Parkway one of the most visited sections of the National Park System. Split-rail fences, old farmsteads, mountain meadows and scenic overlooks with endless vistas make the Blue Ridge Parkway a popular attraction.