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  • 5 Outdoor Adventures to Conquer in 2014

    by Casey | Posted on January 8th, 2014

    Let 2014 be your year of travel, and let us inspire you! This is the first of a four part series showcasing things to do in Virginia for 2014. Let’s go!

    Outdoor enthusiasts, families, kids, most everyone will enjoy these quests for fun in Virginia’s great outdoors this year.

    New River Kayaking

    New River Kayaking

    1. The Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Center in Virginia Beach is expanding to include a new Aquarium Adventure Park. The park is due to open by summer and will feature zip lines and ropes courses. It will be the largest aerial forest park in Virginia, and will be suitable for ages 5 and older.
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    2. Rugged cyclists traveling to and living in southwest Virginia will appreciate the new Mill Creek Nature Park mountain biking trails in Narrows. The two miles will connect with 16 more miles of national forest trails and the Appalachian Trail. Expect beautiful sights along the way like the Cascades waterfall.
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    3. See the waterfalls of the Blue Ridge Parkway and Shenandoah National Park. They’re especially beautiful after a rain, so plan accordingly. A spring walk will yield wildflowers, making the trek all the more memorable.
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    Spearhead Trail Mountain View Trail System

    Spearhead Trail Mountain View Trail System

    4. Get your mud on! Sections of the Spearhead Trail system in the Heart of Appalachia continue to open to ATV and OHV enthusiasts. Are you a novice rider? Outfitters in the town of St. Paul have embraced the new community of riders and offer rentals and guidance.
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    5. Extreme paintball wars are possible with a trip to PEVS Paintball Park in Aldie. Just 30 minutes from Washington, DC, players will find 48 acres of courses, including a life size town with more than 25 buildings. Bring your own equipment or rent theirs.
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    What’s on your 2014 outdoor to-do list? Leave us a comment!

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