340 Patrick Ave., P.O. Box 768
Stuart, Virginia 24171
Phone: 276-694-2449
Fax: 276-694-5306

"Patrick County's Most Respected Real Estate Agency"

"Area Attractions "
Spring, summer and fall brings a celebration of culture and heritage. Festivals for all ages - the famed Beach Music Festival, Bluegrass and Gospel Festivals, Cabbage Festival, Summer Jazz Festival and the Virginia Peach Festival bring into focus the past and present of Patrick County.

See craftsmen at work at Mabry Mill, the largest tourist attraction on the Blue Ridge Parkway, and excite your senses with freshly harvested fruits and vegetables from the area's vast orchards and wineries.

Visit the some of the local attractions or attend a civil war reenactment. We have a diverse offering of activities and events for the whole family.

Mabry Mill
Located on the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway at milepost 176.2. Grinding mill and other old-time mountain industry exhibits. Trails for walking and a full service restaurant.
Kibler Valley
Scenic river community well known for its trout fishing and canoeing.
Pilot Mountain
This solitary peak is the centerpiece of Pilot Mountain State Park. Located in nearby Pinnacle, NC the park offers camping, fishing, canoeing, educational events, rock climbing and scenic trails.
Visit their website.
Château Morrisette
Located on the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway in Floyd County, Virginia, Château Morrisette brings unique style and character to both its wine and fine foods. www.chateaumorrisette.com
Wood Brothers Racing Shop & Museum
Visit the Wood Bros Museum, just off highway 58 in Stuart. Open weekdays 8:30 to noon and 1pm to 5pm, no admission. www.woodbrothersracing.com
Reynolds Homestead
As a Continuing Education Center of Virginia Tech, the Reynolds Homestead offers a wide variety of programs and classes for all ages and interests. All are open to the public, and many are free. Visit their website
Philpott Lake
Philpott Lake is maintained by the US Army Corps of Engineers for boating, camping, fishing, and picnicking. Approximately 5,000 acres are licensed to the Virginia Game Department for wildlife management purposes. Get more information.
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