Virginia's New River Valley
"With access to outdoor recreation, fine arts, high-quality employment, and unmatched educational opportunities, it’s clear why Virginia’s New River Valley feels like home. It’s “A Natural Fit.”"
"Virginia Tech, one of the nation’s leading research centers, is in the Town of Blacksburg, and Radford University calls The City of Radford home. New River Community College also has campuses in both Pulaski County and Christiansburg. These leading higher education institutions connect the New River Valley to the rest of the world. Plus, each of these institutions contribute to the well-educated and highly-skilled workforce that drives our region forward."
"Virginia’s New River Valley is made up of one independent city (Radford) and four counties (Floyd, Giles, Montgomery, and Pulaski). These encompass ten interconnected towns (Blacksburg, Christiansburg, Dublin, Floyd, Glen Lyn, Narrows, Pearisburg, Pembroke, Pulaski, and Rich Creek). The region is defined as a Metropolitan Statistical Area (Blacksburg-Christiansburg-Radford MSA) due to its high degree of economic and social integration."
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Montgomery County, Virginia
Montgomery County is part of the Blacksburg–Christiansburg, VA Metropolitan Statistical Area. It is dominated economically by the presence of Virginia Tech, Virginia's second largest public university, which is the county's largest employer.
Floyd County, Virginia
Floyd County is an unique mountain community known for its music, its natural beauty, its arts, and its diverse, caring people. Located atop the Blue Ridge Plateau in southwestern Virginia, Floyd County is a haven removed from the rush of urbanity, yet al
Giles County, Virginia
Come for the outdoor recreation, friendly towns, and unforgettable experiences. We are “Virginia’s Mountain Playground™”. Giles County is home to 37 miles of the New River and New River Water Trail™, over 50 miles of the Appalachian Trail and the Great Ea
Pulaski County, Virginia
Pulaski County is a county located in the U.S. state of Virginia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 34,872. Its county seat is Pulaski. Pulaski County is part of the Blacksburg–Christiansburg, VA Metropolitan Statistical Area.
In Radford, Virginia you will find an abundance of outdoor recreation such as boating, mountain biking, canoeing, and biking. Radford is known for its beautiful scenery, Radford University, and the New River, and is located in the heart of the Blue Ridge