Virginia Creeper Trail Trestle 7

Trestle 7 originally 636 foot long was erected in the 1890’s by the Virginia Carolina Railroad. Service was discontinued in March of 1977. In 1978 the U.S. Park Service acquired the right-of-way between Damascus and the N.C. State Line as a National Recreation Trail. The Virginia Creeper Trail was born!

On April 27th, 2011 a tornado ravaged the area and lifted the trestle off of its base and toppled it over. The new trestle is 454 feet long and was dedicated on April 28th, 2014.

Virginia Creeper Trail – Inside Green Cove Station

The Virginia Creeper Trail is a 34.3 mile rail-to-trail multi-recreational trail that starts in Abingdon, VA traveling through Damascus, VA and ending at Whitetop Station near the Virginia-North Carolina border.

The Green Cove Station is the only original remaining depot building along the Virginia Creeper Trail. Privately owned, the depot served as post office, general store, and freight office. The owner, William Buchanan and his wife Mary, worked the depot assisted by their daughters. The station was the center point for the community communication and storytelling. Today, the US Forest Service operates the depot on a limited basis during the warmer seasons and still serves as a rest location with soft drinks, snacks and souvenirs for bikers and hikers.

Grayson Highlands State Park Cemetary

Grayson Highlands State Park is located in southwest Virginia, adjacent to Mount Rogers National Recreation Area within Jefferson National Forest. The park was established in 1965 and includes 4,822 acres.

Grayson Highlands hosts a variety of activity including hiking, camping, horseback riding, fishing and backpacking. A portion of the Appalachian Trail runs through the park. In addition the park also hosts the Grayson Highlands Fall Festival as well as weekly folk music sessions.

Grayson Highlands State Park

Grayson Highlands State Park is located in southwest Virginia, adjacent to Mount Rogers National Recreation Area within Jefferson National Forest. The park was established in 1965 and includes 4,822 acres.

Grayson Highlands hosts a variety of activity including hiking, camping, horseback riding, fishing and backpacking. A portion of the Appalachian Trail runs through the park. In addition the park also hosts the Grayson Highlands Fall Festival as well as weekly folk music sessions.

Digital Destinations

Digital Magazines are similar to print publications. Readers turn pages, view and read much as they would in a book, magazine or newspaper. Page layouts can be taken directly from files that would go to the printer. In addition to including everything that appears in the standard print publication, digital publications can include multimedia content that engages the reader. Including Google Business Views and Google Maps Views.

Digital publications such as the one above involve the reader with high-impact digital publishing tools. Visual technology to create inspiring page turning publications that display smoothly on iPads, iPhones, Android devices and desktops. We can develop from scratch or fully customize your digital brochure or catalog with interactive tools by adding multi-media like Google Maps, panoramic images, YouTube videos, photographs and audio.

Client interactive tools for your business, your park, your museum, your community or your destination property.

Virginia Creeper Trail – Green Cove Station

The Virginia Creeper Trail is a 34.3 mile rail-to-trail multi-recreational trail that starts in Abingdon, VA traveling through Damascus, VA and ending at Whitetop Station near the Virginia-North Carolina border.

The Green Cove Station is the only original remaining depot building along the Virginia Creeper Trail. Privately owned, the depot served as post office, general store, and freight office. The owner, William Buchanan and his wife Mary, worked the depot assisted by their daughters. The station was the center point for the community communication and storytelling. Today, the US Forest Service operates the depot on a limited basis during the warmer seasons and still serves as a rest location with soft drinks, snacks and souvenirs for bikers and hikers.