Heavenly Haven Cabin


Fenwick Mines

Formerly an iron mining site in the 19th Century, the Fenwick Mines Recreation Area holds importance both as a historic area and as a wildlife observation area. The Fenwick Mines Recreational Area is a nice spot to have a picnic and to walk one of the areas unique hiking trails. The trails are wheelchair accessible and allow hikers to view a variety of wildlife. The site has a large picnic shelter, grills, toilets, and a fishing pond.

Paint Bank, Virginia

Nearby Paint Bank features a buffalo farm, general store, and the Swinging Bridge Restaurant.


Eagle Rock, Virginia

Craig Creek empties into the James River in nearby Eagle Rock. A great place to access the river and visit historic iron furnaces.


Phoenix Bridge – built in 1887

Originally a rail bridge constructed in 1887, Phoenix Bridge crosses Craig Creek at Ball Park Road and is open to passenger car traffic. It’s only one lane wide, so you’ll have to wait your turn if there’s oncoming traffic. A must see for history and rail buffs.

Oriskany, Virginia

Roaring Run

Roaring Run is an excellent hiking trail for the whole family, young and old alike. The easy, well marked trail begins at an historic iron furnace and winds back and forth along the Roaring Run stream. You will pass rock walls, cascading water, and cross five footbridges before ending at beautiful Roaring Run Falls.

  • Easy (straight-forward, out & back hike)

  • Approximately half way to the falls you will encounter a natural water slide

  • Toilets &┬áPicnic area with charcoal grill