Plan the Perfect Trip to Hot Springs, Virginia

Travelers to the Ozarks know about Hot Springs, Arkansas, but there’s another one farther east. This other Hot Springs in Virginia probably isn’t as famous, but it’s surely worth a visit.

This is a place whose waters put it on the map. We’ll give you our suggestions on how to best spend your leisure time in this inviting little hotspot near the mountains.

With such amenable weather, you can get outdoors in all four seasons and not get bored. Here are our recommendations for making the most of your time here.

You can saddle up for a one-hour, two-hour, or three-hour ride, either by yourself or with a group.

Go on an Appalachian Horse Adventure

It’s ground zero for the hot springs in Virginia and a fantastic home base for enjoying the area’s attractions.

Soak Your Bones at the Omni Homestead Resort

Avid skiers won’t find it very challenging, but many generations have learned to ski with this easy but classic downhill run.

Learn to Ski at the Homestead Ski Area

You can see the cascading waters from the highway, but they’re well worth a closer view from the overlook.

Snap a Picture at Falling Spring Falls

Visitors from all over the world rave about the LCdO, as the locals know it, and the adjacent Jackson River Café. 

Eat at the Highest Rated Restaurant in Hot Springs, Va.

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