The Pearisburg Recreation Department offers a variety of sports and recreational activities for area residents. The program provides organized leagues and teams in a variety of sports. A town park is located next to the Community Center. This twenty acre facility features a picnic shelter, playground, three tennis courts, and a public swimming pool. The Giles Senior Center, operated by the County of Giles, is also located at the town park. Parking is available throughout the park and Community Center complex. Rental Fees.
Wellness Center (540) 921-4292 – This 9000 square foot facility features: full locker facilities, FLEX resistance training machines, cardiovascular machines, exercise classes, basketball, volleyball, and education/informational programs.
Giles Country Club (540) 921-1099
Pearisburg Pool (540) 921-2347
The Town of Pearisburg’s newest recreational area is Whitt-Riverbend Park. This are features 28 acres on New River. The park is being developed into a low-impact public recreation area. The park is currently open for those wanting to fish, bird watch, picnic, or take a leisurely walk on a 1.1 mile loop trail. This park also has athletic fields, a playground, picnic shelter. and public boat ramp.Walk-in and canoe-in camping is allowed by permit only.
Outdoor recreational facilities include the use of one ball field and the Narrows High School football field (Ragsdale Field) through an agreement with the Giles County School Board, a practice ball field, and the Narrows Town Park. Ragsdale Field offers a lighted field ideal for use in soccer, football, and other sporting events.
The Narrows Town Park, or “The Boom”, is located on five acres situated on Wolf Creek and State Route 61. The park offers a swimming area with lifeguards, a volleyball court, two lit tennis courts, two basketball courts, a bath house with full bathroom facilities, and a variety of new playground equipment. The also have picnic shelters and a horseshoe pit . The park is officially operational from May 1st through September 30th.The Narrows Parks and Recreation Department is located on Mary Street in Narrows. This department offers a wide array of organized programs for children, youth, and adults on a year-round basis.
Mill Pond is a small, two acre site located adjacent to Wolf Creek and Route 61 (Monroe Street) at the old mill dam on the edge of downtown Narrows. This pond is home to a year-round flock of Canadian Geese and a number of domestic and wild ducks. The pond offers several benches where one can sit and enjoy the scenery, feed the geese, or do a little fishing.
The Community Center has gyms and fields.
Lurch Road Facilities are athletic fields
Camp Success is located on State Route 68 (Princeton Lane) at the confluence of Wolf Creek and the New River. This primitive campground is eight acres of land that offers many camping sites, bank fishing, and a boat ramp. It boasts approximately 1/4 of a mile of frontage along the New River and 500 feet along Wolf Creek. Small Mouth Bass predominate as the major sports fish caught along the shore.
Mill Creek Nature Park
Narrows Recreation Director (540) 726-2961 Wayne Gautier firstname.lastname@example.org