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 24368 Rogers Clark Blvd , Ruther Glen, VA, US, 22546

  • Phone: (804) 448-9694
  • Fax: (804) 448-9675
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"Supports Green Initiatives" designates a hotel's participation in an optional environmental program that includes the use of energy-efficient lighting, guestroom towel/linen re-use, and on-premise recycling. "Supports Green Initiatives" does not represent an official certification of any kind.

3.5 out of 5 (28 reviews)
61% of guests recommend this hotel

Outdoor Activities

»Mattaponi Springs Golf Club

Mattaponi Springs Golf Club is one of the best golf courses in America. It is ranked #2 on the East Coast and #1 in the United States by Golf Digest. It boasts a five-acre practice facility and a 5,000-foot clubhouse that will prove to be very beneficial for all golfers. The service and staff are top notch, making this golf course comparable to even the most private and exclusive of golf clubs. Visit Mattaponi Springs Golf Club for a good time in a relaxed atmosphere, and then boast to your friends that you've played at one of the very best courses. 

22490 Penola Road
Richmond, VA 22546

»Kings Dominion

Eleven thrilling roller coasters, a water park and lots of kids rides make this park a favorite summer destination for families. Roller coasters range from the stand-up and hanging variety to one that shoots you out of a volcano. The Rebel Yell, a wooden coaster, offers the option of riding a car that travels backwards. For those who are not quite as fearless, there are several family rides that are equally as fun—a ride to the top of the Eiffel Tower, a log flume and an old-fashioned carousel. Ongoing entertainment, games and snack bars keep everyone happy throughout the day. The park is 30 minutes north of Richmond off I-95, Exit 98.

16000 Theme Park Way
Doswell, VA 23047

»Hanover

Hanover was the center of the "Great Awakening" of the American Revolution led by resident Reverend Samuel Davies. Patrick Henry was born here, studied law here and lived here at the time of his famous liberty speech. His residence, Scotchtown, is open to the public. Hanover was also the birthplace of Henry Clay, another important figure during the Revolution. During the Civil War, the bloody Seven Days Battles took place here. The battlefields are now National Parks. Take 64 east to Route 360 (Mechanicsville Turnpike) to reach Hanover. It is about a 20-minute drive from Richmond.

112 N Railway Ave
Ashland, VA 23005

»Aikido In Fredericksburg

Non-profit educational corporation teaching and practicing, AIKIDO, an effective yet-non violent traditional martial art.

4006 Leonard Drive B5
Fredericksburg, Virginia 22408

»Bogeys Sports Park

Bogeys Sports Park is every sports lovers' dream. This gorgeous park boasts a beautifully landscaped golf course, complete with waterfalls and ponds, as well as a driving range and batting cage. You can also rent out certain sections of the park for private events, including two patios and a couple of picnic areas. There are snack bars, a banquet pavilion, volleyball court, horseshoe pits and golf classes offered for additional enjoyment and entertainment.

1675 Ashland Road
Richmond, VA 23233

»Lee's Hill Golfers' Club

An 18 hole championship golf course that is a masterful mix of natural parkland and strategic holes with water coming into play on six holes. A driving range and snack bar are on site and lessons are available.

10200 Old Dominion Parkway
Fredericksburg, Virginia 22408

»McCotter's Lake Anna Guide Service

Offering the most professional and knowledgable guides on Lake Anna. Come fish for striper, crappie and the popular large mouth bass.

75 Edgewood Drive
Charlottesville, Virginia 23117

»Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden

In the 1880s, Lewis Ginter, a wealthy businessman, opened a resort on this land just northwest of Richmond. An avid gardener, he planted and cared for much of the foliage that still thrives in the park today. Upon his death, the property passed to his niece who opened a hospice for children in Ginter's home. She also cultivated the gardens and imported several rare plants. The land is now operated by the city as a botanical garden. Explore the Victorian garden, nature trails and the home, and perhaps stop at the Tea House for lunch.

1800 Lakeside Avenue
Richmond, VA 23228

»Belmont Golf Course

Belmont Golf Course is situated in Henrico County and is one of the most impressive golf courses around. This one features an 18-hole PGA championship golf course, an eatery called The Fairway Grill and a full service pro shop that offers the latest equipment and apparel. Golf lessons are available upon appointment and gift cards may be purchased for friends and family who are golf lovers.

1600 Hilliard Road
Richmond, VA 23228

»Joseph Bryan Park

The Bryan Park is a prime historic park in the northwest of the city. Spread over a large area, the park offers an array of hiking and biking tracks. Another promising feature is the Joseph Bryan Park Azalea Garden. It boasts of over 450,000 azalea plants of roughly 50 varieties, as well as a small pond with a fountain. The park also features a well-designed golf course. It also hosts cultural events and festivals throughout the year. Admission is free, and in this fast-paced world of gadgets, a visit can revive your mind and soul.

4308 Hermitage Road
Richmond, VA 23227

»Ukrop Park

Ukrop Park is a 45.5 acre sports complex that is home to the Richmond Kickers Youth Soccer Club. The park features 7 athletic fields, with five of them sporting natural grass and the other two with synthetic turf surfaces. The fields are available for rentals, for various sports tournaments, field days, or private events. Located in Chesterfield County, there is no better place to play sports than at this spacious park.

2001 Maywill Street
Richmond, VA 23230
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