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A Blend of Everything in Pulaski County, VA

Pulaski County, Virginia, combines natural beauty, rich history, and vibrant community life, creating a unique and inviting destination. Its cultural attractions and easy accessibility make it ideal for road trips, offering relaxation, recreation, and discovery.

A True Virginia Experience

Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy boating, fishing, and camping at Claytor Lake State Park, while the New River Trail State Park is ideal for hiking, biking, and horseback riding. Draper Mountain Overlook provides stunning views, perfect for photography and picnicking. Historical sites include Draper Mercantile, Raymond F. Ratcliffe Memorial Transportation Museum, and Wilderness Road Regional Museum. Annual events like the New River Valley Fair and Draper Days celebrate local culture and agriculture. Visitors can also explore local wineries, breweries, farmers markets, and charming small towns with plenty of pet-friendly dining and accommodations. Or, simply take a scenic drive around the county and on the nearby Blue Ridge Parkway for a relaxing outing. After a long day of travel, unwind at one of the many hotels and bed and breakfasts the county has to offer. 

Pit Stop!

Situated on Claytor Lake, Rock House Marina offers boat rentals, a gift store, and restaurant with outdoor seating. It’s an ideal spot to relax, enjoy a meal, and take in the lake views!


  • Roanoke, VA – 60 miles NE
  • Charlotte, NC – 145 miles S.
  • Knoxville, TN – 200 miles SW
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