Bark Camp Lake
Bark Camp Lake is a 61-acre lake located in Scott County. When construction of the lake was completed in the mid 1950's, a beautiful lake completely surrounded by forested land was born. Some of the trees surrounding the lake have found their way into the lake and are providing good habitat for fish and good fishing spots for anglers. Clear water and fairly dense stands of aquatic vegetation offer anglers and other "fish watchers" a unique scenario.
Dive into Devil’s Bathtub! Hike Devil’s Fork Loop Trail to discover old-growth hemlock and rhododendron in the Jefferson National Forest. View towering rock formations, cascading waterfalls and crystal clear swimming holes. Devil’s Bathtub is the main attraction showcasing a swift mountain stream racing down a rock chute then swirling through the tub before continuing downstream.
Devil's Bathtub (Devil's Fork Loop Trail) Trail Map
Scott County Horse Park
The Scott County Horse Park is located just outside the town limits of Dungannon. With two exhibition arenas the park offers the equine exhibition enthusiast the opportunity to experience an old fashion family oriented show. The show season extends from April until early October, for more complete schedule visit Scott County Regional Horse Association web site.
Little Stoney Falls
Little Stony National Recreation Trail is located between Coeburn and Dungannon on a narrow guage railroad bed that was constructed in the early 1900's for logging. The 2.8 mile trail follows the stream through a 400 foot deep and 1,700 foot wide gorge. There are also two waterfalls 8 and 24 ft high. You can also see the large rock outcrop at the Hanging Rock Picnic Area. It is classified as being medium in degree of difficulty. Much of the trail is wide and barrier free, but there are places where the trail crosses side hollows and goes across Stony Creek where it is necessary to climb over large rocks and boulders. Fishing is also allowed along the streams. The sheer size of the canyon and roaring sound of rushing water gives the hiker an exciting experience.
Little Stony National Recreation Trail Guide
Little Stony National Recreation Trail Trail Map
The Dungannon Depot is over 100 years old. From 1910 to 1912 the Depot in Dungannon was in a boxcar, open at both ends and located on a side track. The present Depot was built by hand beginning in 1910 and completed in 1912. The Dungannon Depot was one of the few remaining along the track of the Clinchfield Railroad line which runs from Spartansburg, S.C. to Elkhorn City, K.Y.The last regular passenger train to run was May 2, 1955. Since then a special "Santa Clause" train runs just before Thanksgiving. For the next twenty years it sat there waiting until June 2, 1978, the Depot was moved to it current location. After the Depot was completely renovated, the new community center was dedicated in April of 1980. On March 18th 2010 the Virginia Department of Historic Resources Approved the Dungannon Depot as a Listing on the Virginia Landmarks Registe.