Narrows Day Trip
Suggested Itinerary | Narrows Day Trip
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Just around the corner on Monroe Street are . Next door to The Mural is the (open Friday 8am-5pm and Saturday 8am-noon; April thru October) where visitors can shop for local produce and handmade items. The is just a few steps away. This is the end of the , which begins with the Route 61 bridge over New River. Across the street, enjoy the scenery at the Don’t forget to snap a picture with the LOVEWorks at the pond.
(on Monroe Street across from the Farmer’s Market) offers primitive décor and some antiques. You may also enjoy Ms. Audre’s Fabrics & Fellowship on Main Street, just down from the Town Hall. If you’re looking for more riverside fun, enjoy the Camp Success Disc Golf for free!
Lunch- on Monroe Street (open Tuesday-Sunday 11am-8pm and Sunday 12-4pm) has been an historic staple in downtown Narrows for many years. If alfresco dining suits better, make up a picnic lunch from and head to Centennial Park or the (follow Route 61W for about a quarter mile, sidewalks the entire way) and enjoy dining alfresco on the banks of Wolf Creek. The park also offers swimming in the creek, playground equipment and basketball courts.
Afternoon-Walk off that lunch with a hike at . This park is located on the edge of town at the end of Northview Street and offers over 40 acres of natural beauty along Mill Creek. There are about miles of trails that are available for hiking or mountain biking. There are four waterfalls of varying sizes scattered along the trail that provide perfect settings for photographs. Fishing for native trout in the stream that runs through the park is also permitted (with appropriate licenses).
Evening-Return to Anna’s for your evening meal. Overnight accommodations are available at located downtown. If it’s a Thursday evening you can enjoy the Old Time Jam and dinner beginning at 5pm. This beautiful structure was built as a hotel in the 1940s.
For the more adventurous, is located on Lurich Road at the confluence of Wolf Creek and the New River. The campground offers primitive campsites along the river. Registration can be made at the town office.
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