History, golf and family fun await you in Wytheville

Filled with historical sites and nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains, Wytheville is home to some of southwest Virginia's top things to do. Conveniently located near the intersection of I-81 and I-77, the Country Inn & Suites puts you within a quick drive of top area attractions. Climb the tower at Big Walker Overlook for a spectacular view of the Appalachian Mountains, pick up a long-lost treasure at Old Fort Antique Mall, or investigate local history at the Thomas J. Boyd Museum. The nearby George Washington and Jefferson National Forests offer hiking, fishing and swimming sites for those who love the outdoors.
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The George Washington and Jefferson National Forests

4.76 mi / 7.66 km from the hotel
The stunning beauty of the ancient Appalachians surrounds you as you drive through the George Washington and Jefferson National Forests. You can hike, fish or swim at various sites throughout the parks.

Big Walker Outlook

10.32 mi / 16.6 km from the hotel
Get a bird's-eye view of southwest Virginia's natural beauty atop this 100-foot tower situated at 3,405 feet of elevation. Remember the experience for years to come by purchasing souvenirs at the gift shop.

Old Fort Antique Mall

5.84 mi / 9.4 km from the hotel
More than 60 friendly antique and collectible dealers gather under one roof to offer vintage baubles sure to appeal to the treasure hunter in your group.

Thomas J. Boyd Museum

1.05 mi / 1.69 km from the hotel
History lovers enjoy browsing through this museum's collection of local relics, Civil War memorabilia and artifacts from the infamous polio epidemic.

Wytheville Commons Shopping Center

1.6 mi / 2.57 km from the hotel
For a chance to pick up supplies or restock the cooler, visit this nearby retail space, which features stores like Lowes, Walmart and Burkes Outlet.

Wytheville Golf Club

2.31 mi / 3.72 km from the hotel
For challenging, well-groomed courses, drive over to this golf club, which has served Wytheville since 1930. Non-members must be accompanied by a member to play.