Ashley Plantation is the only 27 hole public access facility in the Roanoke Valley. Established in 1999, Ashley Plantation is a residential community featuring picturesque views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and a beautiful Georgian-style clubhouse, conveniently located 5 minutes from Interstate 81 just north of downtown Roanoke in Daleville, Virginia.
Bryce Resort's Championship Golf Course offers beautiful vistas and challenging play for all, and summer adventure sports activities are just around the corner! Only a 2-hour drive from Washington, D.C., you can play 18 holes, enjoy a delicious meal, and still be home before bedtime - but why rush? Tomorrow you can take a hike, play tennis...
Draper Valley Golf Club is situated on land deeply rooted in primitive and early Virginia history. Evidence discovered during course construction shows that primitive man had selected this site for settlement several thousand years ago.
John Draper and William Ingles were the first permanent settlers on the waters of the New River originally settling at Draper Meadows, the current site of Virginia Polytechnic and State University. About 1775, Draper moved his family some 20 miles west near the present dividing line between Pulaski and Wythe Counties, calling his new settlement Draper Valley. After Draper’s wife Betty died in 1774, Draper remarried in 1776 to the widow of Major Samual Crockett, Mrs. Jean Armstrong Crockett.
Overlooking the beautiful Roanoke Valley of Virginia, Hanging Rock Golf Club is surrounded by breathtaking natural beauty. The course, designed by Russell Breeden, offers a championship layout that guarantees golfers of all skill levels a challenging and exciting round.
Hidden Valley Country Club is a premiere, private, family-oriented Country Club nestled in the Blue Ridge mountains in the heart of the Roanoke Valley. Membership at our Club allows for personalized service in an inviting and familiar environment.
An 18-hole regulation course, Old Trail was designed to conform to the natural features of the land. Old Trail offers multiple tees to provide a range of lengths pleasurable for all players. Tees and greens are bent-grass, the fairways are Zoysia, and the first rough is a Bluegrass-Fescue blend with the second rough comprised of various restoration and reclamation species.
There is a place where the breeze blows a little sweeter. The air is a little fresher. The sky is a little bluer. Folks are a little friendlier and at night, the stars shine a little brighter. That place is the resort and new community of Olde Mill.
Costumed guides lead visitors through this lovingly restored 1850 manor house and recount the plantation's history. Skills important to daily 19th-century life, such as blacksmithing, spinning, weaving, smithery and basketry are demonstrated, and guests are invited to walk the estate's grounds to view the plantation's outbuildings, exhibits and animals.
More than anything, we protect the land. We were environmentally respectful long before the rest of the world caught on. In a place so wild and beautiful, it just seemed to us the right thing to do. The wildlife on this Blue Ridge plateau is abundant and treasured. You will see whitetail deer and wild turkeys, rainbow, brown or brook trout, songbirds of all varieties and stunningly beautiful wild flowers.
Play - 27 PGA holes amidst the picturesque Blue Ridge and Massanutten Mountains of Virginia. Beautifully maintained and uniquely arranged, The Shenvalee Golf Resort hosts families and groups of all sizes from all areas of the United States and Canada. Play where Bobby Jones played!
The Boar's Head, a 170-room resort in Charlottesville, Virginia, is situated on 573 acres in the Virginia countryside with more than enough activities and amenities to keep any golfer occupied.
Birdwood Golf Course at The Boar’s Head is an 18-hole, par-72 championship golf course. It is ranked 4.5-star among the "Best Places to Play" in the 2010/11 edition of Golf Digest. The resort also boasts 26 USTA regulation tennis courts (indoor and outdoor); rated one of America’s Top 50 tennis resorts by Tennis Magazine. Straying from the course and court, visitors will be tempted by a fitness club and spa, as well as the bicycling, hiking and fishing opportunities that the resort offers. Before you stop for the day, why not watch the sunset over the Blue Ridge Mountains from a hot air balloon?
Welcome to The Homestead, Virginia’s finest mountain resort. Surrounded by the four-season splendor of the Allegheny Mountains, this National Historic Landmark welcomed its first guests to the beautiful Virginia countryside a decade before the American Revolution.
The beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains provide the backdrop for Winton's 18-Hole championship golf course. The course features large Bent and Poa Annua grass greens and Bermuda grass fairways. With five sets of tees ranging in length from over 6800 yards on the Par 71 championship tees, to 5300 yards on the Par 73 ladies tees, the course is enjoyed by golfers of all skill levels. And unlike most Central Virginia area courses, Winton's gently rolling hills make for a much easier round of golf for walkers. Visitors to Winton consistently praise our greens and fairways as some of the best they play all year, anywhere in the state.