Pulaski County, Virginia
"PULASKI COUNTY IS an evolving, rural, mountain community with plentiful amenities, deep agricultural roots, and advanced manufacturing operations. The natural backdrop of rolling hillsides and green pastures is overviewed by the stoic Blue Ridge Mountains. Glowing, sun-lit morning and evening skies appear as if they were painted. The natural landscape offers numerous outdoor adventure possibilities. Play golf on one of four golf courses, float the rapids of the New River on a tube or kayak, motor boat on Claytor Lake, settle into a secluded fishing spot, walk the New River Trail, and bike through several scenic paths."
"Featuring the two most visited State Parks in Virginia, Pulaski County offers a variety of activities for the adventurous at heart. In addition to Claytor Lake State Park and the New River Trail State Park, the county also contains Randolph Park, one of the largest municipal parks in the region, four golf courses, bike trails, tennis courts and a water park."
"Nestled in the New River Valley, Pulaski County Features a mild climate with average summer temperatures in the 70s with winter temperatures in the mid 30s. Typical rainfall averages 40 inches, with approximately 15 inches of snow yearly. The relative humidity is comfortable, staying mostly under 70 percent."