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Category Archives: Trail Construction Update

Trail Headed to Boydton

Boydton is scheduled to become the next trail town! They will get 1.1 miles of off road nature trail from Prison Rd to Washington St where the trail connects with the downtown. Washington St is also the location of historic Boyd Tavern, circa 1790. This beautiful site is now a museum and will serve as read more…

Row, Row, Row Your Boat

Boy Scouts Consider Access Point Where Trail Crosses Meherrin Locals enjoy canoeing and kayaking the Meherrin River. They know the places to put in and take out are at “Dad’s house” or “that church member’s property”, but where do you enter or exit unless you know someone who will let you use their private land? read more…

Tobacco Heritage Trail Gets a Makeover

The paving of a four mile section of Tobacco Heritage Trail has been a hot topic for trail users. On one hand paving introduces a manmade structure into the natural landscape, but on the other hand paving has many advantages that make this trail user a happy camper. With the new paving, a family using read more…

Tobacco Heritage Trail Spans Mecklenburg and Brunswick Counties

Long distance runners and riders listen up! Start your endurance training and toning those muscles, because soon you will be able to make an inter-county run or ride from Mecklenburg to Brunswick. Construction began this past summer 2012, to connect the existing La Crosse/Brodnax trail to Lawrenceville making that section of the THT 17 miles read more…