Where to go and where to stay
in Roanoke County.
Visiting Roanoke County
Cave Spring, Glenvar, Hollins, Roanoke, Salem.
Named after the Roanoke River, Roanoke County was formed in 1838
from the southern part of Botetourt County, with additional territory transferred to
Roanoke County from Montgomery County in 1845.
As well as the independent cities of Roanoke
and Salem, the Roanoke County area also includes the town
of Vinton and the unincorporated communities
of Bent Mountain, Bonsack, Bradshaw, Catawba, Cave Spring, Glenvar, Hollins and Masons
The county seat of Roanoke County is considered to be Roanoke (the address of the County Administration Center);
although Salem (home of the Roanoke County Courthouse) may
also be listed.
Blue Ridge Country Magazine:
Award-winning magazine covering the Mountains of the South and the Blue Ridge Parkway.
Roanoke County Website:
Roanoke County has been honoured time after time for it's government operations, quality
of life, excellent school system and for commitment to meeting the needs of its citizens.
Visit Roanoke Valley:
The Roanoke Valley, with its mountain beauty, historic heritage and southern grace is a
sightseer's paradise. Wherever your interest leads you - into the wonders of science and
nature, the lessons of history or the beauty of art - the Valley is sure to please and
visitors of all ages are sure to have mountains of fun.
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