Our friends from the North have arrived! Does anyone want to come out and show these crazy Canadian Cyclists a good time? Blue Connection will be providing some stellar entertainment, and we’ll be cookin’ up a good meal!
They’ll be out EVERY Friday until May. That in mind, you probably want to get on this blue grass train early, we will likely sell out after the first two weeks!
Call Wilderness Adventure for details and cost
Family Fun Day
April 29th from 10 am to 5 pm
Come see what we’re all about!
Free Zip Lining, Climbing Wall, Canoeing and Paddleboarding on the pond, hiking, yard games and more will be available throughout the day for Families to come out and experience some of the best parts of Wilderness Adventure: Our amazing setting in the highlands of Craig County, Our exciting activities, and the friendly and outgoing WA Staff who make every experience unforgettable!
This is the only day all year when activities are FREE and NO reservations are required! It’s a very popular event so get here early!
Plan Ahead & Prepare – Get the most out of Family Fun Day
- Plan to arrive mid-morning to mid-afternoon (10am to about 2pm) to ensure you have enough time to check-in, do the activities you want, and have time to wander Base Camp to your heart’s content. You may not check in until 9:30, and activities won’t start until 10.
- Pack water bottles, sunscreen, comfortable socks and closed-toed athletic shoes for Zip Line & Hiking, and the Climbing Wall. Thinking of venturing into the pond for a turn in a canoe or a paddleboard? Pack water shoes and clothes that can get wet–our Bath House is a great place to change and dry off before and after!
- For those of you who may be thinking of bringing your entire scout pack, a full softball team, or any other large group: You’re more than welcome, but please remember that anyone under 18 must be accompanied by their legal guardian in order to participate in activities. We also recommend that you split up and enjoy the day in groups of less than 8 — this will help us keep a good flow at each activity.
Visit Craig County Fairgrounds Association on Facebook for all the details.
Plan to spend the day on Main Street at the 35th Annual Craig County Fall Festival, 9 to 5 — about 1/2 mile away from Fairgrounds.
Craig County will be having their annual Christmas Parade on Saturday, December 2nd, 2017 at 6:00 pm. Everyone please come join us in celebrating the season. The parade begins at the Fairgrounds and then follows Route 311 to Main Street, ending at the Courthouse.
Santa will be available at the end of the parade for photos (parents take photos, no photographer, no fee) with the children on the Courthouse steps.
No rain date, parade will be held no matter the weather!!
Entries in the Parade: All individuals, groups and organizations are welcome to enter in the parade. No fee, no pre-entry form or information required. Just be at the New Castle Fairgrounds to line up at 5:00 pm. Fairgrounds are located just off Route 311 (Salem Ave.) and Kanawha Street which is the second right after you enter New Castle from Roanoke. Be at the Fairgrounds at 5:00 pm to line up for the parade. If you have questions, please call Kathy Jones at the County Administrator’s Office in Craig (540)864-5010.