Scott County is one of the best places in the state to bag that trophy buck or bear. Every year, Scott County hunters bring in enough turkey and deer to place us on the state’s top ten list, and that doesn’t include the numerous small game opportunities including raccoon, squirrel, rabbit, and grouse. With acres of public land to chase your quarry through, your Scott County hunting expedition won’t leave you disappointed.
Few places rival the immense beauty that a Scott County dawn or dusk can offer. Located squarely between the rolling hills of east Tennessee and the mountainous land of Virginia’s coal country, Scott County offers the best of both worlds. The county has a rich agricultural tradition, which only enhances the hunting opportunities provided. In addition, the peaks and valleys offer some of the most beautiful scenery in the region. If you want to experience peace and tranquility during your hunt, the undeveloped countryside of the county can provide you just the getaway you desire. Whether the magical encounter with that majestic whitetail or trophy tom occurs or not, you will feel better for having been there and experienced that time in the woods.
Large portions of the 35,480 acre Jefferson National Forest are open to public hunting. For more information, contact the Clinch Ranger District Office, 9416 Coeburn Mountain Rd., Wise, VA 24293, or call (276) 328-2931. Hunting licenses are available Front Porch Store and Deli in Fort Blackmore, and information about hunting seasons can be obtained from the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries.
From the Blog
October 17, 2017
Saturday, October 28th 2017, at 7:30 p.m. the Carter Family Fold in Hiltons, Virginia, will present a concert by an old time band – the Jeff Little Trio. Concert admission is $10 for adults, $2 for children 6 to 11, under age 6 free.
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October 17, 2017
“The Wilderness Road Blockhouse”
October 21, 2017 2 p.m.
Natural Tunnel State Park – Wilderness Road Blockhouse
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September 12, 2017
Your first thought about the High Knob Recreation Area may be, why aren’t more people here? The highest campground in Southwest Virginia is an excellent place to find cooler temperatures in the summer. But its small size (onl ... Read More...
September 11, 2017
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May 8, 2017
Photo (L-R): VCCS Chancellor Glenn DuBois, Joe Fuller, MECC Vice President for Institutional Advancement Donna Stanley, MECC President Scott Hamilton
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