Buena Vista, Lexington and Rockbridge County, Virginia
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Lexington and Rockbridge County, Virginia


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Rockbridge County is the home of Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson, Natural Bridge, the Virginia Horse Center, Washington & Lee University, Virginia Military Institute and many more scenic, historic sites. Sam Houston and Cyrus McCormick were born in this county. The area offers many cultural, historical, recreational and shopping experiences.

Lexington has preserved its small town feel, while adding unique boutique shopping and dining experiences. It is the location of the Virginia Military Institute where General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson taught. Both Jackson and Robert E. Lee are buried here.

Buena Vista is the home of Glen Maury Park, a 315-acre camping/recreational park owned and operated by the city. The park includes several picnic shelters, tennis courts, an outdoor roller skating rink, nature trails, ball fields, an Olympic size swimming pool, river fishing, and special events throughout the year. Buena Vista is surrounded by portions of the Jefferson and George Washington National Forest which offer numerous outdoor recreational opportunities. Canoeing on the James and Maury Rivers is also very popular.

Natural Bridge, Virginia offers beautiful views of the Shenandoah Valley and Blue Ridge Mountains. Natural Bridge is located between Lexington and Roanoke, Virginia, and is just off the Blue Ridge Parkway and I-81. Once owned by Thomas Jefferson, said to have been surveyed by a young George Washington, traversed by Civil War soldiers - the Natural Bridge is a portal to history. Virginia's Natural Bridge, one of nature's unbelievable geological formations, towers an awe-inspiring 215 feet above Cedar Creek. Natural Bridge is made up of 36,000 tons of limestone. The bridge is said to be a miraculous 500 million years old. Along the pathway under the bridge you will see 1000 year old arbor vitae trees, Lace Water Falls, The Lost River, and Saltpeter Mine.

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