Virginia has the longest stretch of the Appalachian Trail, covering 554 miles and ranging in elevation from 265 to 5,500 feet. That’s more than the 13 other states the trail covers. Get started on your trek with one of our recommended hikes.
The Appalachian Trail, less than 5 miles from Round Hill, is a designated National Scenic Trail that stretches 2,200 miles from Maine to Georgia.
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.
Round Hill opened Sleeter Lake Park in June 2018, providing public access to the 100-acre lake. 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. Now we can use it for canoes, kayaks, and picnics.