People in Blacksburg love the outdoors, and one of the best attractions in the area is the six-acre Hahn Horticulture Garden at nearby Virginia Tech. If you'd prefer to get more familiar with the area's history, the Smithfield Plantation is a great place to visit. Located within walking distance of the Horticulture Garden, this historic estate which dates back to 1774 is open for tours from April to December, and is a popular stop on Blacksburg vacations. For outdoor adventures, look into Blacksburg car rentals and take a drive to Huckleberry Trail, which links Blacksburg with nearby Christiansburg. This popular trail is paved, easily accessible, and a perfect way to get a taste for the mountains of Blacksburg without committing to a serious trek.
Festivals and Events
The most popular festival in Blacksburg is the Summer Solstice Fest. Held in late June, this festival features local art, live music, family-friendly activities, demonstrations, and live auctions. Because it's possible to walk downtown from most of the hotels in Blacksburg, you won't miss anything this fun festival has to offer.
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Accommodation in Blacksburg
Blacksburg has 31 hotels for you to choose from, which you can read about and book on Travelocity's Blacksburg hotel deals page.
The offerings at the Clay Corner Inn and the Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Christiansburg might pique your senses, if you're seeking a first-rate experience. Alternatively, the Hilton Garden Inn Blacksburg or the Inn At Virginia Tech and Skelton Conference Center may be more what you're after if you're on a budget.