Jagged stretches of the Appalachians surround Petersburg. The geography and biodiversity here are outstanding! Petersburg, for me, is all about its outdoors: mountain biking, hiking, caving, rock climbing, kayaking, swimming, fishing... What about you? How do you engage the community and develop a positive sense of place in Petersburg?
- Alfredos Italian Pizzeria
- Georgia's Place Cafe
- Cheetah B's restaurant
- Family Traditions Restaurant. States that it's "country cooking in a hometown atmosphere since 1997" and serves up the "best burgers in town"
- 3rd Base Sports Bar and Grille
- Golden Lanes Bowling Alley
- Landes Art Center. Check their events schedule to see what music or art are featured during your stay in Petersburg.
- Viking Memorial Stadium features Petersburg High School football
- Haunted Dream. A haunted house just south of Petersburg that provides scares in exchange for donations to local causes.
- Tri-County Fair (late July to early September)
- North Fork Mountain Trail. This is a 17.5 mile out-and-back trail along the rocky top of iconic Appalachian bluffs. Its proximity from Petersburg makes this trail a must-visit.
- Dolly Sods (35-minutes west)
- Roraring Plains Trailhead (45-minutes west)
- White Grass (one-hour west, cross-country skiing resort)
- Walk just uphill of Grant Memorial Hospital where a Civil War fort used to be.
E-mail Gerardo Patron with feedback on your adventures in Petersburg!
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