Things To Do in Christiansburg, VA
Indulge in the serenity of Christiansburg, a town rich in history and beauty. Take a leisurely stroll through the quaint streets, embark on scenic trails, and enjoy the diverse culinary offerings of local restaurants. The nearby Virginia Tech and Radford University campus' adds to the allure of your stay with their picturesque views and vibrant energy.
Don't just take our word for it, See the official Christiansburg Tourist list of attractions
Hiking & Biking
Huckleberry Trail: 6-mile hike / Walk as long as you like a scenic walk / Easy
Dragon's Tooth Trail: 4.1-mile hike / 45 mins car / Along beautiful Catawba, VA / Moderate & Pet Friendly
The Cascades: 4-mile hike / 35 mins car / 69' waterfall cascading into a pool / Moderate
Angels Rest Overlook: 4.6-mile hike / 60 mins car / Scenic overlook of the New River Valley / Hard
McAfee Knob: 4.4-mile hike / 40 mins car / 270 panoramic view of Catawba valley / Hard
Food & Drink
Great Road Coffee: 2 mins / Christiansburg VA; located in a beautiful, restored church. Small food fare and café choices are available.
Iron Tree Brewing: A walking historical block from The Oaks; If you love enjoying great craft beer in a relaxing atmosphere, then Iron Tree Brewing Company is the place for you. We pride ourselves on creating delicious beer that you can enjoy in the company of good friends.
Villa Appalaccia Winery: Short walk downtown; creating fantastic food since 1978. Burger, sandwiches, salads, and much more at this whimsical decorated dining room. Causal fun dining for the whole family.
Beliveau Estate Winery: 34 mins / Blacksburg; Beliveau Estate Winery is an award-winning winery, bed & breakfast, and wedding venue.
Bull & Bones Brewing: 13 mins / Blacksburg; house-brewed beers pair with American fare in a dining room or livelier sports bar with billiards.
Floyd Virginia: Floyd is as much a state of mind as it is a destination. Located in the Blue Ridge Mountains in southwestern Virginia, Floyd is a haven of natural beauty. A scenic 20-mile drive from the doorsteps of The Oaks to downtown Floyd where the Famous Country Store Jam occurs.
Blacksburg Virginia: Blacksburg, Virginia is a vibrant town nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Home to Virginia Tech, it offers small-town charm, cultural attractions, and stunning outdoor activities. A perfect blend of academia, nature, and community awaits! Just a short highway drive- 7.8 miles. See the link for local events and activities calendar.
Golf - Pete Dye River Course: Only minutes from the Inn, River Course of Virginia Tech
This golf course has achieved the following awards: 2006 Golf Digest “Best New Course” / 2007 “4th Best Newly Remodeled in America” / 2009 “4-1/4 star rating “Best Places to Play” etc...
Floyd Country Store: Live music, food, fun, and a bit of history. Ticket purchase required. The schedule of events is posted on the weblink. 20-mile scenic drive.
Mabry Mill: The sights and sounds of Rural Appalachia fill the air at Mabry Mill during summer and fall. Ed Mabry built the mill where he and his wife Lizzy ground corn, sawed lumber, and did blacksmithing for three decades. The old mill, cultural demonstrations, and a decades-long tradition of Sunday afternoon music and dancing continue to draw visitors today. Take a break from driving with a short walk by the mill or some country fare at the restaurant.
Claytor Lake State Park: Ideal for swimming, camping, hiking, and picnicking, Claytor Lake is known for sport fishing and boating. The park has a full-service marina with docking slips, supplies, fuel, boat rentals, and refreshments. The historic Howe House has interactive exhibits describing the ecology of the lake and the surrounding areas. Guests can also rent bikes and enjoy a universally accessible fishing pier, picnic shelters, a seasonal snack bar, and playgrounds. There are also two gift shops.
Montgomery Museum of Art and History: A local museum with a goal to connect and engage the community through the arts and the preservation and interpretation of history. Stop by to view one of their many rotating exhibits and learn more about the local area and history