Bedford County IS Virginia charm! With its picturesque landscape of farms and townships nestled against the Blue Ridge Mountains it is home to some of Virginia’s most exceptional artisans and artists. Host of several festivals throughout the year, the annual “Harvest Festival” is a feast of art, culture, fine wines, and Bedford’s farmland bounty. An adventurer’s paradise, the famed 19th century Beale Treasure is buried somewhere in the mountains of Bedford County, however here you also will find gold spilling from the sunsets over hill and dale. Explore the Peaks of Otter at dawn, dive in at Smith Mountain Lake Park, and bask in the peaceful solitude as you hike along the Appalachian Trail and stop to catch your breath on one of the rugged overlooks. Be sure to visit the world-famous National D-Day Memorial at the intersection where Burks Hill Road, Route 460 and Route 122 come together, also home to the Bedford Welcome Center, where you will find a true Virginia welcome, Bedford Style!
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Surrounded by the inspiring beauty of the Chesapeake Bay, Virginia’s River Realm invites you to catch your breath, calm your mind and live your dreams.
Chatham Vineyards is owned and operated by the Wehner family at historic Chatham Farm which has been a working farm for four centuries.