At this time, all portions of the Tobacco Heritage Trail are open, including the section between Evans Creek Road Trailhead and the Meherrin River that is closed annually for deer hunting season, as it is privately owned.
Plan Your Trip
Whether you’re planning a day trip, overnight, or weekend stay, let us lend a hand by showing you the best places to stay, where to get a bite to eat, and what’s happening in the community.
You don’t need a passport to enjoy an excursion on the Tobacco Heritage Trail!
Surrounded by unspoiled woods, tobacco farms that have been passed from one generation to the next and homey little towns, the Tobacco Heritage Trail is a path to your outdoor recreation and relaxation. Explore the natural resources of this Southern Virginia rail-trail on horse, bicycle, or foot and journey back to the history and culture of a simpler time. Our trail is your trail; come on in and make yourself at home.
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