Regions of the Commonwealth of Virginia. Areas above the line follow geographic areas; areas below the line may be defined according to state planning district
, tourism industry region, or other factors.
Web sites with locations or about the region of Central Virginia, usually associated as the area between Richmond, Charlottesville, Fredericksburg, and Lynchburg.
Created as a man-made lake for producing electric power, Claytor Lake is located in Pulaski County on the New River.
The Virginia portion of the Delmarva Peninsula. Consists of Accomack and Northampton Counties.
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Lake Anna, the largest lake in central Virginia, is now a focus for recreational activity in the Louisa, Spotsylvania, and Orange County areas. The 9600 acre lake was completed in 1972 as a cooling reservoir for the North Anna Nuclear Plant. The lake is nearly 17 miles long with over 200 miles of shoreline with public marinas and a 2000 acre State Park. The lake welcomes all types of boating; there are no horsepower limits. Fishing is superb and other popular water sports include water skiing, swimming, and sailing.
Please submit sites that are connected to the Lake Anna region. This includes business and commerce supporting Lake Anna, recreational facilities, and information resources for both the permanent residents and visitors to the Lake Anna Region. Realty companies should carefully read submission guidelines for real estate listings. Generally, a real estate site will be placed in the locality in which the office is located.
Includes the area that encompasses the counties of Gloucester, Mathews, Middlesex, Essex, King and Queen, and King William.
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Web site oriented to Northern Virginia.
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Smith Mountain Lake is a developing tourist destination that combines temperate weather, scenic mountains and forests, rural hospitality, clean water, and abundant recreational opportunities. Known as 'Jewel of the Blue Ridge Mountains', SML is 40 miles long with 500 miles of shoreline spanning hundreds of coves and three Virginia counties. The lake welcomes all types of boating; there are no horsepower limits. Fishing is superb, particularly for striped bass, which can exceed 50 pounds. Other popular water sports include water skiing, swimming, and sailing.
Please submit webpages that describe the lake itself, and local services available to those who might like to visit the lake.
Known as the "Fightin Ninth," this pastoral countryside full of beautiful scenery is home to some of the country's most vital resources, including coal. The region begins in Roanoke, its largest city, and stretches over 145 miles down to Bristol and another 100 miles to the west at the Cumberland Gap.