Visitor's Guide

Resources for Traveling Cyclists

Places to Stay

Things To Do

Virginia Economic Development Partnership has lots of information about our county.

Blue Ridge Travel Association of Virginia

Pulaski County History

Pulaski County Administration Building History

Pulaski Theatre opened as a vaudeville house in 1911. It has been restored and is now open for business.

The Wilderness Road, one of the pathways west in the 18th and 19th centuries.

Southwest Virginia Heritage Guide

Claytor Lake Construction Photos from the French River Land Company.

American Electric Power's History of The Claytor Hydroelectric Project

Design and Construction Features of the Clayor Hydro Project from ENGINEERING NEWS RECORD, March 13, 1941.


Pulaski County, VA, in the heart of the New River Valley, offers many advantages to people wanting to visit or relocate here.

  • Low cost of living
  • Low crime
  • Low taxes
  • Easy commutes (we are on I81 and close to I77 in SW VA)
  • Many recreational opportunities
  • Educational opportunities are here too, with VA Tech, Radford University and New River Community College close by.
  • Cultural Events abound in our area. We have many local events and are about an hour's drive to Roanoke and even closer for Blacksburg and Radford.




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