The Appalachian Trail is less than 5 miles from Round Hill. It’s most prominent local crossing is over Route 7 near Bear’s Den, a beautiful sunset view of the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Shenandoah River.
Sleeter Lake Park is a hidden gem located in Round Hill, VA. This beautiful 21-acre park offers something for everyone, from fishing and kayaking to hiking and picnicking. The centerpiece of the park is the 100-acre lake, which is home to a variety of fish, including bass, catfish, and sunfish. Whether you’re an experienced angler or just looking for a relaxing day on the water, Sleeter Lake is a great spot for fishing.
In addition to fishing, the park offers a network of hiking trails that wind through the woods and around the lake. The trails range in difficulty from easy to moderate and offer stunning views of the lake and surrounding hills. The park also has a picnic pavilion and several picnic tables, making it a great spot for a family outing or a group gathering.
Army Colonel Frank Sleeter, the original owner of Hill High Orchards, created Sleeter Lake in the late 1960s when he built a dam along a local creek to irrigate his peach and apple orchards.
Be sure to check it out and experience all it has to offer.
You can find more information on the Town website.