Virginia has many exciting options for wilderness exploration on both land and water, and is sure to have travellers coming back for another visit.

One of America’s original thirteen colonies, Virginia borders the Atlantic Ocean and is home to the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Chesapeake Bay. The state’s mountains and waterways provide outdoor travelers with a variety of recreational opportunities on land and water. From hiking and camping to fly fishing and paddling, Virginia is rich with excitement and adventure.

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    Gordonsville, Virginia

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