Things to Do
Explore Christiansburg using the belowTown of Christiansburg Tourist link:
Montgomery Museum of Art and History
Great Coffee in the Area
Chipped Mug Coffee is a Virginia-based coffee roasting company that aims to leave people happier one cup at a time. We also offer our Cafe Door-side service!
Great Road Coffee- located in a beautiful, restored church. Small food fair and café choices are available.
Local Brews and Great Food
Iron Tree Brewing is only a walking historical block from The Oaks. If you love enjoying great craft beer in a relaxing atmosphere, then Iron Tree Brewing Company is the place for you. Our newly renovated tasting room is located in downtown Christiansburg, VA, right in the heart of Virginia’s beautiful New River Valley. We pride ourselves on creating delicious beer that you can enjoy in the company of good friends.
Macados has been creating fantastic food since 1978. Burger, sandwiches, salads and much more at this whimsical decorated dining room. Causal fun dining for the whole family. A short walk from The Oaks right in the heart of downtown on Main Street Christiansburg.
Explore the Surrounding Area
Beautiful short scenic drive- 20 miles
Floyd Virginia- Floyd is as much a state of mind as it is a destination. Located in the Blue Ridge Mountains in southwestern Virginia, Floyd is a haven of natural beauty. A scenic 20 mile drive form the doorsteps of The Oaks to downtown Floyd where the Famous Country Store Jam occurs.
Blacksburg Virginia home of Virginia Tech
Just a short highway drive- 7.8 miles. Find local events and activities calendar.
Blacksburg Farmers Market is downtown just off Main Street with many vendors selling fresh produce, gifts and gourmet fair.
Radford Virginia, Home of Radford University. Find local events and activities calendar.
Floyd Country Store (Live Music Events)
Live music, food, fun and a bit of history. Ticket purchase required. Schedule of events are posted on the weblink. 20 mile scenic Drive.
The Huckleberry Trail is a paved trail system that extends almost 15 miles through rolling terrain and passes through Blacksburg, Virginia Tech, Montgomery County, and Christiansburg. The trail offers a way for pedestrians and bicyclists to reach a number of recreational, cultural, and commercial attractions in the area. Electric assist bike rental is easily available.