New River Valley Map

New River Valley Map

  • BlacksburgBlacksburg covers 38.75 acres in the New River Valley of Virginia and consistently receives accolades as one of the best places to live in the country due to the abundance of natural and cultural resources enriching life in the area.
  • ChristiansburgLocated in the foothills of the scenic Blue Ridge Mountains in Southwest Virginia, Christiansburg is known locally as the “Downtown of the New River Valley.” As the county seat of Montgomery County, it has approximately 20,000 residents and is the fourth largest town in the state.
  • PulaskiHome to approximately 35,000 residents and the Pulaski Mariners (a minor league baseball team), the area consists of 327 square miles of land and 13 square miles of water perfect for boating, fishing, hunting, hiking, camping, and bird watching.
  • RadfordMany unique experiences await those looking to relocate to Radford, and local shopping is no exception. From Barry’s Music Company to Elliot’s Military Surplus to Country Boys Produce, the theme is hometown personal service.

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