50 Hampton Blvd.
Christiansburg, VA 24073-2708
Phone: (540) 382-2055
Fax: (540) 382-4515
Kiwanis Park is a recreational park popular among locals. Located on the Kiwanis Lane Southeast, the park is equipped with baseball fields, playground for children and picnic shelters.
Circle Park is a quaint park with facilities like playground, swings, a picnic area and a basketball court. Situated on the Ellett Drive Southeast, this local park has picnics shelters for families.
Walk down the history of Montgomery at the Montgomery Museum and Lewis Miller Regional Art Center. Originally built in the 1852 to serve as a Christiansburg Presbyterian Church, the museum exhibits historical objects and artwork by local artists.
Sunset Cemetery is a local cemetery located on the Franklin Street. It is managed by the Town of Christiansburg and is serene resting place for many people.
Cambria Historic District is a beautiful historic district located on the Calhoun Street. The district is flanked by 32 historically significant commercial, residential and institutional buildings.
Wayside Park is a small local park of Christiansburg. The park is frequented by families for a relaxing picnic or a break.
Enjoy a fun day out with your family and children at the Depot Park. The park is equipped with a playground, a basketball court, a soccer field, a picnic shelter and a walking path.
Downtown Park is a fun neighborhood spot for recreation. Located on the College Street, the park offers a walking trail, playground, basketball courts and picnic shelters.
Christiansburg Skate Park is a popular recreational spot for skating lovers. Located on the North Franklin Street, the park features a half-pipe, a vert, grinding rails and a stair-step to provide variety of challenges to the skaters.
Huckleberry Trail is a picturesque rail trail linking Blacksburg and Christiansburg. The trail is 5.76 miles (9.27 kilometers) long and is frequented by biking enthusiasts.
Wall Street Park is a neighborhood park located on the Wall Street. The park has amenities like playground, basketball courts and picnic shelters.
The enormous green stretch of 1.8 million acres of the George Washington & Jefferson National Forests is one of the important natural reserves of the nation. Part of the Appalachian Hardwood Forest, the George Washington Forest and Jefferson National Forest are combined together for administrative purposes. A visit here will get you well acquainted with a large variety of rare plants and trees, endangered species of animals, birds and reptiles. Hunting, fishing, natural trails, mountain biking, camping and many other activities are offered here. However, while enjoying you need to follow the regulations and rules laid down by the Forest Authority. So if you are planning a picnic at the George Washington & Jefferson National Forests, head to the Forest Service office for comprehensive brochures and detailed information about the place.