Five of the Coolest Vacation Rentals for a Virginia Fall Getaway

Our state has hobbit houses, tree houses, yurts, tipis, shipping containers, farmhouses, tiny houses, train cars, and so much more. If you can imagine it, someone has probably listed it as a Virginia vacation rental. Here are five rentals that just may be the coolest the Old Dominion State has to offer. 

Holloywood Cemetery
5 of the Most Haunted Destinations in Virginia That You Must See

Virginia may be for lovers, but it could just as well be for ghost hunters.

Photo via Temple Hall Farm
5 Virginia Pumpkin Patches and the One Thing You Must Do at Each

It may be hard to say goodbye to the lazy days of summer, but it’s easy to say yes to crisp fall weekends filled with pumpkins. 

the Mantle Monument in Virgina to honor Indigenous people
5 Ways to Honor Indigenous Peoples’ Day in Virginia 

Today, Virginia is home to 11 state-recognized tribes and more than 125,000 residents who identify as American Indians.

Humpback Rocks provides glorious views of the mountains and the Shenadoah Valley at Blue Ridge Parkway Milemarker 5.9. George Washington National Forest.

Virginia Tourism Corporation,
6 Must-Visit Virginia Destinations You Can Get Into for Free

Do you like to travel without spending a lot of money? Virginia has plenty of free and fun things to do this fall—from learning about space to traversing the nation’s first scenic trail.