Golf

Scott County Park and Golf Course 247 Fore Dr., Suite 101 Gate City, VA 24251 Phone: 276-452-4168 Fax: 276-452-4554 Visit http://www.scottcountyva.com/park/index.htm Schedule Open 8am - 5pm Daily Play 18 holes with cart…

Fishing

Whether you’re looking for trophy smallmouth bass, tasty trout or a leisurely lakeside fishing trip, Scott County has the spot for you. The Clinch and Holston Rivers are full of smallmouth, spotted, rock, and largemouth bass, sauger, sunfish,…

Equesterian

Scott County is fortunate to have an extremely active horse association--the Scott County Regional Horse Association.  The Association is active in supporting trail rides and monthly shows from April to September at the Scott County Regional…

Camping

With a national forest, a state park and locally-owned campgrounds, Scott County has plenty of camping options; including Yurts, primitive, RV and dispersed camping in the Jefferson National Forest. Camp Clinch Family owned campground on the…

Biking

Cyclists will be delighted by Scott County’s scenic roads and trails. The Dungannon and Clinch River Scenic Road Tour winds for 24 miles along country roads in the heart of Scott County. This beautiful route passes historical buildings…

Ziegenwald Dairy and Alpine Goats

Ziegenwald Dairy is owned and operated by John and Andrea Woodworth. Our Farm is located on Possum Creek, near Gate City, in Scott Co. Virginia. We relocated to this area in December of 1993 and bought our first goats in spring of ’94 and…

Valley Creek Farms

Valley Creek Farms 1146 Valley Creek Road, Nickelsville 276-479-3511 Specializing in honey bees, non GMO fruits, vegetables, grains, chickens, eggs, Registered Katahdin Sheep, Registered Sliver Fox Rabbits.

Scott County Horse Association

Our Mission To promote and provide equine activities in Scott County and the surrounding region for our youth and fellow horsemen, while encouraging sportsmanship, family values and lasting friendships with our community and members through…

Daniel Boone Interpretative Center

Continue the journey along the Wilderness Road by visiting the new Daniel Boone Wilderness Trail Interpretative Center, located in Duffield, Virginia.   The new center overlooks Kane Gap--a visible representation that shows the path settlers…

Wilderness Road Blockhouse

The Anderson Blockhouse was built in the late 1700s to protect European settlers from Indian attacks. The original location of the blockhouse can be visited along the Daniel Boone Wilderness Trail while a replica can be seen at Natural Tunnel…