Follow the country roads to a place called Monroe.

Restored covered bridges, old grain and blacksmith mills, historic churches and cemeteries, and the remnants of historic mineral springs resort hotels. Step back in time!
Access to the Appalachian Trail and Allegheny Trails , George Washington and Jefferson National Forests, Moncove Lake State Park, and the Hanging Rock Observatory (where hawk and eagle counts take place every fall). All ages and stages of you who love the outdoors will be delighted!
Scenic By-Ways and backways, The Rural Heritage Quilt Trail, and several sites on the Civil War Trail. Country roads along the quaint winding courses of Indian, Second, Rich, Cove, Potts, and Hans Creeks; the gently rolling plateaus of Karst farmland; and the picturesque valleys, nestled along the lofty ridges of the Appalachian Mountains. Remember the road trip!
Here people greet each other, wave at strangers passing by in their cars, and enjoy a simpler lifestyle of safe communities with deep traditions and heritage.
Old Rehoboth Church and Museum

Places Worth Visiting

With access to the Appalachian Trail, Jefferson National Forest, Moncove Lake State Park, and the Hanging Rock Observatory atop Peters Mountain (where hawk and eagle counts take place every fall), all ages and stages of you who love the outdoors can be engaged.

Flag barn

Winding Byways

Travel along the quaint winding courses of Indian, Second, Rich, Cove, Potts, and Hans Creeks; the gently rolling plateaus of karst farmland; and the picturesque valleys nestled along the lofty ridges of the Appalachian Mountains. Along the way you will you can visit sites on the Civil War Trail or the Rural Heritage Quilt Trail. Remember the road trip?

Lake Montauck

Get Real in a Place Called Monroe!

This is where grandparents can teach grandchildren how to drop a line into a sparkling fishin’ hole. Unique lodging? See how our innkeepers can make your stay unforgettable.

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