Area Attractions

Lake Moomaw
This beautiful mountain lake offers superb fishing, camping and boating in a pristine setting.
Douthat State Park
One of Virginia’s finest state parks offering swimming, camping, fishing, hiking and horseback riding.
Snowshoe Resort
The best skiing and mountain biking in the east. Thousands of acres of unspoiled West Virginia at its best.
The Homestead
The world renowned resort provides a variety of world class outdoor experiences from golf to skeet and fine dining.
Cass Scenic Railroad
Take a rail trip to the top of West Virginia’s second highest mountain. Restored Shay engines power a variety of trips that take you back to the days when logging was the backbone of the Alleghaney Mountains’ economy.
Highland County’s county seat is the starting point to explore the least populated and arguably most beautiful county in Virginia. Enjoy good food and browse interesting shops.
Garth Newel
Centered around chamber music, Garth Newel also offers a variety of musical offerings throughout the year in an unsurpassed rural setting. Gourmet dining is an integral part of the experience.
Hot Springs
Recently extensively renovated, Bath’s largest village offers interesting shopping opportunities, good food and houses the offices of The Homestead Preserve, a preservation oriented development company with an interesting story to tell. The Bath County Chamber of Commerce is also located on main street and is well prepared to answer any and all questions related to what to do and where to go in the county and the region.

All of these attractions are within an hour and a half of Turtle Brook Farm and most are less than a half hour away.

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Area Attractions

Lea and Claudia Campbell
Turtlebrook Farm and Cabins
2663 McGuffin Road
Warm Springs
VA 24484