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In Radford, Virginia you will find an abundance of outdoor recreation such as boating, mountain biking, canoeing, and biking. Radford is known for its beautiful scenery, Radford University, and the New River and is located in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains. On our website, you will find lodging, dining, and shopping opportunities.
The first permanent settlement within Radford's present boundaries occurred at the New River crossing of the Wilderness Road. This trail extended westward from the valley of Virginia through southwest Virginia and on to the Cumberland Gap into Kentucky. This pathway became known as the Wilderness Road and with later development it became known as the Stagecoach Road. Stagecoach Road would later be called the Valley Pike and eventually what is now US 11. Radford's section of this road is known as Rock Road and here in 1762 William Ingles and his wife, Mary Draper Ingles, established Ingles' Ferry. The ferry became the nucleus of a commercial center which was to have, among other businesses, a tavern, blacksmith's shop and a general store.See Inns in and near Radford: Downtown | 1 Mile | 5 Miles | 15 Miles | 25 Miles | 50 Miles
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