Virginia locales have swept Blue Ridge Outdoors’ Top Adventure Towns for 2020.
The winners were announced in the November edition of the magazine.
Readers selected Roanoke, Charlottesville, Bedford and Floyd as the region’s best outdoor hubs.
Floyd was named the Top Tiny Town by the magazine. Floyd defeated Helen, Ga., and 2019 winner Hot Springs for the top honor. Hot Springs won for the first time in 2019.
Bedford took the Top Small Town honor, unseating two-time winner Clifton Forge for the crown.
Other finalists in the Small Town Category were Brevard, N.C., and Hendersonville, N.C.
Charlottesville defeated Woodstock, Ga., and Boone, N.C., for top Medium Town honors.
In the Top Large Town category, Roanoke defeated Asheville, N.C.
For more information on the magazine, visit blueridgeoutdoors.com.
Blue Ridge Outdoors magazine has announced its Top Adventure Towns for 2020. Pictured on the cover is Charlottesville, named the top medium-sized town in this year’s contest.
The Virginian Review has been serving Covington, Clifton Forge, Alleghany County and Bath County since 1914.