Virginia's Heartland

Hampden-Sydney College, Prince Edward County, VA

Home football game held at Hampden-Sydney College at Lewis C. Everett Stadium.  This is a world class stadium in the second oldest college in America.  Hampden-Sydney College was the last college created under the British crown and has been in continuous operation since 1775.

Farmville Farmer's Market, Farmville, VA

Farmville just completed a tremendous Main Street project including renovating an old tobacco warehouse, for a new Farmer's Market.  This sign in on Main Street, leading directly to the Farmer's Market.

Farmville Town Hall and Clock

Farmville's new Town Hall and clock found on the corner of Main and High Street, downtown Farmville.  Both are imposing structures, not to be missed when visiting downtown Farmville!

Prince Edward County Courthouse, Farmville, VA

The Prince Edward County Courthouse on Main Street in downtown Farmville.  This picture was caught on an early winter morning as the sun was dazzling the cupola renovated for The Light of Reconciliation.  In the forefront, you can see the plaque talking about the effect closing the schools had on the residents of Prince Edward County.

High Bridge access, Farmville VA

Part of the newly renovated Main Street project, this compass lets visitors know what direction to turn next for their visit in Farmville Virginia.  North, South, East or West, you will find what you need in this town!

Access to High Bridge Trail, Farmville VA

Part of the newly renovated Main Street project, this access point right at Green Front Furniture and Charley's Waterfront Café grants access to the 3.9 mile walk to High Bridge.  The Bridge opened in Spring 2012 and will be the centerpiece of the 30  mile non-motorized walking trail called High Bridge Trail State Park.

High Bridge State Park, Prince Edward County, VA

High Bridge Trail State Park is a multi-use trail ideally suited for hiking, bicycling and horseback riding. Its centerpiece is the majestic High Bridge, which is more than 2,400 feet long and 160 feet above the Appomattox River.