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Frommer's Virginia (Frommer's Virginia, 5th Ed)
by Bill Goodwin, Arthur Frommer 

The Middleburg Mystique: A Peek Inside the Gates of Middleburg Virginia
by Vicky Moon

Moon Handbooks Virginia : Including Washington D.C (2nd Ed)
by Julian Smith 

Fodor's Virginia and Maryland (Fodor's Virginia & Maryland)
by Fodors (Editor), Christina Knight (Editor)

Virginia Off the Beaten Path, 6th Edition
by Judy Colbert 

Insiders' Guide to Williamsburg : And Virginia's Historic Triangle
by Mary Alice Blackwell, Anne Patterson Causey

Greater Lynchburg : The Real Virginia
by Debra Rowe Nurmi, et al
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The Best in Tent Camping Virginia : A Guide for Campers Who Hate RVs, Concrete Slabs, and Loud Portable Stereos
by Randy Porter 

Hiking Shenandoah National Park (FalconGuide)
by Bert Gildart, Jane T. Gildart 

The C & O Canal Companion
by Mike High
The history of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal
Paperback: 280 pages
Publisher: Johns Hopkins Univ Pr; ISBN: 0801866022

Loudoun : Blending Tradition With Innovation
by Julie Johnson, et al 

McDowell County, in West Virginia and American History
by Jean Battlo

Parkway Byways : 5,000 Miles Of Scenic Drives
by James R. Hinkel
Parkway Byways describes 5,000 miles of scenic drives close to the Blue Ridge Parkway, the Shenandoah National Park and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Author James R. Hinkel traveled more than 200,000 miles on winding country roads to discover the very best of the back country: picturesque villages and towns, waterfalls, lakes, historic sites, museums, and special parks. A number of guidebooks tell about things to see and do on the Blue Ridge Parkway itself. Parkway Byways is different; it shares interesting attractions off the Parkway, extending into the countryside. Hinkel describes nineteen loop trips beginning at the Blue Ridge Parkway that feature the rich historical legacy of the region, including important buildings, battlefields, and beauty spots. Hinkel chose to list only non-profit attractions which are suitable for family vacations. Breathtaking waterfalls, covered bridges, rustic campgrounds, and craft centers are featured in Parkway Byways. Hinkel drove into every nook and cranny of the Blue Ridge to find hundreds of notable stops. Detailed maps illustrate each chapter and make for easy navigation along the back roads. Photographs of many of the attractions described are included.
Paperback: 227 pages 
Parkway Publishers, Inc.; ISBN: 1887905073;

Guide to the Blue Ridge Parkway
by Frank Logue, et al

Hikes in the Virginias (Exploring the Appalachian Trail)
by David Lillard, Gwyn Hicks

Mountain Bike! the Mid-Atlantic States : New York to West Virginia : A Guide to the Classic Trails
by Joe Surkiewicz, Dennis L. Coello (Editor)

Rock Climbing Virginia, West Virginia, and Maryland (A Falcon guide)
by Eric J. Horst
Listed under Mid Atlantic States

Tidewater Virginia With Children : Where to Go and What to Do in Williamsburg, Jamestown, Yorktown, Newport News, and Hampton
by Barbara M. Wohlford, Mary L. Eley

Appalachian Trail Guide to Southwest Virginia
by Vaughn Thomas (Editor)

The James River Guide
by Bruce Ingram

The Virginia Creeper Trail Companion: Nature and History Along Southwest Virginia's National Recreation Trail
by Edward H. Davis, Edward B. Morgan

The Insiders' Guide to Virginia Beach--1st Edition
by Sally Kirby Hartman
Discover the best the Bay has to offer in the only guidebook that covers Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Suffolk, the Eastern Shore and Chesapeake.

Virginia Atlas and Gazetteer
by Delorme (Editor)
(Paperback -- November )

West Virginia Hiking Trails : Hiking the Mountain State
by Allen De Hart 

Roadside Geology of Virginia (Roadside Geology Series)
by Keith Frye 
Listed under Roadside Geology

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