Views For Miles at Betsy Bell Wilderness Park

  Located high up in the sky at 1,959 elevation feet, the views from Betsy Bell Wilderness Park are simply amazing. From these great heights you can see unmatched views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and into Waynesboro. Gifted to Virginia as a representation of the past brave souls who fought hard to preserve the […]

Exciting Family Fun – Bull Riding and Barrel Racing

  At 7:00 pm on April 13, 2013 in Raphine, Virginia, the Southern Extreme Bull Riding Association (SEBRA) will host an exciting bull riding and barrel racing event for only $15 a person.   About SEBRA – Extreme Bull Riding   Started in 1994 by Professional Bull Riders (PBR) founder Jerome Davis, SEBRA was founded […]

Staunton Historical Walking Tours: See it All – For Free

  They say that the best things in life are not free, but in reality the very best things are often free. Such is the case with the free walking tours offered in downtown Staunton every Saturday. For no cost to you, enjoy a volunteer guide who will take you along a tour of the […]

Shenandoah Valley Plant Symposium – Four Great Speakers & Tons of Information

  This year Waynesboro will again host the Shenandoah Valley Plant Symposium at the Best Western Inn and Conference Center on March 27, 2013. This event provides garden and horticulture enthusiasts an opportunity to hear and discuss with some of the brightest minds in the country anything and everything related to gardening. There are currently […]

Affordable Romance: The Perfect Valentine’s Day Carriage Ride

  With Valentine’s Day just around the corner it’s time to start making those special plans. For those who are seeking a romantic adventure for two, and for those that have a whole family to wow, a horse drawn carriage ride is an ideal option. Four times a year, carriage rides are offered at the James […]

Rain or Shine: 5 Weatherproof Activities in Central Virginia

  Bad weather got you feeling the blues? No need to worry, in Virginia we know how to combat the cold weather. Come rain or shine, here are some weather resistant activities for everyone to enjoy.   1. Visit the Caverns   Tucked safely away from bad weather, caverns are the perfect escapade. They keep […]

Appomattox Courthouse – Revisit the End of the Civil War

  Long before General Lee surrendered himself at the Appomattox Courthouse, signaling the end of the Civil War, this land was already pumped full of intriguing history. Located an hour and twenty minutes away from Cabin Creekwood, this attraction is further away in distance than we typically recommend guests to travel, but what rests at […]

Waynesboro, Virginia Talks Back: The History of One Iconic Town

  Virginia stands as a prominent face in the history of America. The land that rests here has been trodden over by many people of the past. Thanks to fairly good documentation of local history, much is known about the origins of this great community. For starters, the mountains now dotted with parks and fun […]

Affordable, Fun, & Kid Friendly: Kid’s Favorite Attractions

  You don’t have to travel far from Cabin Creekwood to find a host of fun activities. Although some are best suited for adults or older crowds, there are also a great many geared directly for kids. It’s not easy keeping kids’ attention, and let’s face it—as soon as kids get bored, they are incessant […]

Oak Ridge Estates: History, Horses, & Breathtaking Beauty

  The big white pillars out front are reminiscent of the iconic White House, while the sprawling green lawns tell of high water bills and great wealth. Despite its breathtaking beauty and regal attire, it hasn’t always been golden times at the Oak Ridge Estate Mansion—just like any hunk of history, there’s the good and […]