The Hopper Downtown Circulator
800 Kemper St. Lynchburg, VA 24504 (434) 455-5080
The Greater Lynchburg Transit Company will introduce The Hopper Downtown Circulator on Thursday, August 24th. The Hopper is a new route that will provide a fast and free service for citizens and workers to the downtown area.
icy creek Park
118 Clemmons Lake Place Lynchburg, VA 24501 (434)-455-5858
2100 Park Avenue Lynchburg, VA 24501 (434)-455-5858
Peaks View Park
170 Ivy Creek Ln, Lynchburg, VA 24502 (434)-455-5858
1100 Jefferson St. Lynchburg, VA 24504 (434)-455-5858
2238 Rivermont Avenue Lynchburg, VA 24503 (434)-455-5858
Lynchburg Public Library
2315 Memorial Ave, Lynchburg, VA 24501 (434) 455-6300
15583 Forest Rd, Forest, VA 24551 (540) 425-7002
1 Mountain View Rd, Lynchburg, VA 24502 (434) 239-9281
Looking for a fun indoor place to let your kids run and play? Inside the main entrance to the Thomas Road Baptist Church lobby, you’ll see a large indoor playground with slides, tunnels, trees, climbing nets, and even a giant whale to bounce on.
Lynchburg Dog Park
Blackwater Creek Athletic Area Lynchburg, VA 24503
Lynchburg's only off-leash, user-supported dog park. It is a fenced dog park at Blackwater Creek Recreation Area. Bring your dog and meet members of this dog friendly community.
Blackwater Creek Trail
515 Monticello Avenue Lynchburg, VA 24501 (434)-455-5858
1600 Concord Turnpike Lynchburg, VA 24504 (434)-856-2489
Sharp Top Trail
Milepost 85.9 on the Blue Ridge Parkway (540)-586-4357
A strenuous 1.5-mile hike to the summit of Sharp Top that rewards hikers with a spectacular 360-degree view of the Peaks of Otter area.
Flat Top Trail
Milepost 83.5 on the Blue Ridge Parkway (540)-586-4357
Flat Top rises to an elevation of 4,001 feet with many scattered rock outcrops. This strenuous 4.4 mile National Recreational Trail travels from the Flat Top Parking Area located at milepost 83.5 on the Blue Ridge Parkway, over the summit of Flat Top to the Peaks of Otter Picnic Area.
Devils Marbleyard, Natural Bridge, VA 24579
Devil’s Marbleyard includes a steep incline for most of the trip, but is well worth the time. The trail is not marked well, but you can follow the blue blazes until the end of the Belfast Trail. The hike itself is about 45 minutes, but you will definitely want to plan time to stay at the marbleyard and explore. Devil’s Marbleyard is a boulder field, with many rocks that are the size of a car.
Appalachian National Scenic Trail
359 Fish Hatchery Lane Montebello, VA 24464 (434)-263-7015
The Trail is well-graded, well-maintained and gentle grades for less-experienced hikers. An approximate 2 mile moderately strenuous hike from the Montebello Fish Hatchery in Nelson County up to the Appalachian Trail and to Spy Rock is probably the best viewpoint in the central Blue Ridge Mountains. The rock outcrop, at 3,980 feet elevation, provides a 360 degree panoramic view of numerous mountain summits.