The Rowlett Place


1707 Shannon Evans Rd.

Jonesville, VA 24263


A Getaway in The Cedars, The Rowlett Place is a spacious; ranch-style vacation rental home located 5 miles west of Jonesville, Virginia off Highway 58 on Shannon Evans Road (SR 656). It has 2 bedrooms with king beds, 3 full baths, a queen sofa bed, and will sleep 6 comfortably. Linens and towels are provided. There is a fully equipped kitchen, central heat and air conditioning, satellite TV with local programming, DVD/VCR, phone for local calls, washer/dryer, and charcoal grill for outdoor cooking.  Fall and winter guests can enjoy the gas log fireplace. With a large carport and many decks, The Rowlett Place is excellent for a family reunion, reception, or corporate event.  Rental schedules are flexible, based on a two night minimum stay.  Pets are allowed, but not inside. The covered front porch with gates provides a secure area for pets.

For the golfer in mind, The Rowlett Place fronts the No. 11 Fairway at the Cedar Hill Country Club Golf Course. The 18-hole public golf course is a par 71 with Bermuda grass fairways. Cedar Hill offers the most competitive rates in the region.

Valilee Farms


Valilee Farms in Stickleyville offers a wonderful, authentic Appalachian 3-bedroom, 2-bath farmhouse rental for a family vacation getaway, reunion, or simply a romantic weekend nestled in a beautiful valley.  Sheltered by the tallest peak in two counties, the farmhouse is located just one mile off U.S. Hwy 58/421 at 1054 Kane Gap Road. The farmhouse sleeps 6 and offers a fully equipped kitchen, washer/dryer, covered front porch, heated enclosed back porch, and satellite TV.  Pets are welcome on the back porch.  Valilee Farms is a working farm.  Farm operations include more than 400 apple trees, cattle and a variety of vegetables. Country Magazine featured Valilee Farms as the "Best of Country." Summer brings hummingbirds and butterflies. Year-round stunning scenery includes Powell Mountain and the picturesque valley.


1054 Kane Gap Road

Stickleyville, VA


Mothers Place


Mother was actually my grandmother, Grandkids all called her "Mother". When a tragic, first day mining accident took my grandfather, Mother made things work for a family of five. From sewing and quilting, gardening, butter, egg and milk money, this home has made its way three quarters of a century as we share the crafts, simplicity and peaceful countryside. Home away from home by the week, weekend or seasonal. Furnished 3 bedroom sleeps 6, nestled in the Big Hill Community of Lee County.

1054 Big Hill Rd

Pennington Gap, VA 24277


The Valley Hideaway

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For reservations call 276-393-7468 or email

Wilderness Road Campground

Cumberland Gap National Historical Park

Tel 606- 248-2817


Wilderness Road Campground and Picnic Area is part of the Cumberland Gap National Historical Park.  It is located in western Lee County off Highway 58.  The campground has 160 sites in a beautiful wooded setting.  Electrical hook-ups with 30 and 50 amps are available at 41 of the sites.  Hot showers and potable water are located in the clean comfort stations.  The campground amphitheatre offers music and storytelling events on Saturday evenings. Nature trails connect to the campground.  Campsites are available on a first-come, first-served basis.


Wilderness Road State Park Primitive Group Camping


Wilderness Road State Park

8051 Wilderness Road

Ewing, VA 24248



Wilderness Road State Park offers primitive group camping.  The park is located at the intersection of Route 58 and 923 in Elydale, five miles west of Ewing and six miles east of Cumberland Gap National Historical Park.

Cave Springs Recreation Area Campground

Clinch Ranger District

George Washington & Jefferson National Forest



Cave Springs Recreation Area is located within the Clinch Ranger District of the George Washington and Jefferson National Forests.  Located in a picturesque section of Lee County, the facility has camping, picnic facilities, and hiking trails.  The campground offers 40 camping sites with parking spur, tent pad, wooden picnic table, and lantern post. Central water fountains, warm showers, flush toilets, trailer sanitation station, and electrical hookups are provided.  Campers can enjoy a small spring fed swimming pond with beach area, a loop trail to an overlook and a cave, and access to the Stone Mountain Trail and Stone Mountain Wilderness.  Open May 15 – September 15, Cave Springs Recreation Area is located just off U.S. Highway 58A west of the Seminary community in the Cave Springs community.