Lake Anna is Virginia's second largest lake and offers a sparkling array of fun from relaxing on the beach at the Lake Anna State Park, boating, water skiing, some of Virginia's best fishing, and waterfront sunset dining at numerous lakeside restaurants.
Enjoy paddling down a scenic river, learn essential kayaking skills and create unforgettable memories!The company offers small group instruction and tours on the Rapidan and other local rivers and lakes. Boats, paddles, and safety gear are provided.
Horse-shows and horseback riding; if you are planning to be in the area and want to get a real feel for Virginia, consider hopping up on a horse and traveling down one of the trails that Thomas Jefferson and James Madison themselves used centuries ago.
Cut your own Christmas Tree Farm. 6 species of trees: austrian, scotch and white pines; concolor fir, douglas fir and colorado blue spruce. Also farm made wreaths, jams and jellies and various convenience items
Farm fresh from our fields to your table−Family owned and operated for three generations, with the fourth generation pitching in every day and starting to make their own decisions. Come meet your local farmers at Miller Farms and fill your crisper.
Sky Dive Orange: Temporarily Grounded but taking future reservations
Try a tandem skydive, learn to skydive on your own, or are already an experienced skydiver, Skydive Orange is the spot! Sky Dive Orange has been in continuous operation since 1977 making them one of the most established skydiving centers in the country.
Wilderness Battlefield Trails:OPEN but no Park Service on site
This trail is operated by the National Park Service and is centered at the Wildnerness Battlefield. This loop trail covers about two miles.Interpretive signs, maps, photographs, and monuments along the trail supplement the information provided at the exhibit shelter.
The wooded, 1.5 mile Mine Run Battlefield interpretive trail, marked with historical wayside tablets, is located across Highway 611 from the Zoar Baptist Church about 2 miles north of Locust Grove, Virginia. Perserved by American Battlefield Trust.