When you visit the Barn on New River between Fleetwood and Glendale Springs, you’re between two towns with shops and stores to visit.
Although these towns are not big cities, they are thriving nonetheless. There are still things to do in these towns even though you have to look a little bit.
Take a look at some of the stores you can visit at nearby towns — all of which are less than 30 minutes away.
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A family-owned shop since 1982, this shop has crafts, gifts, books, cards, and music. It’s a popular place for visitors to check out because it has unique items that are hard to find at other stores.
Some make it a tradition to visit this spot annually because of the items they sell and the friendly owners. If you’re driving on the parkway, don’t miss your chance to see this little spot.
Right next door is the Northwest Trading Post. This is a place where people stop while driving on the Blue Ridge Parkway. They have gifts, souvenirs, jewelry, fudge, and bread.
Next time you’re traveling on the Parkway, take a moment to stop here for a restroom break while traveling on the Blue Ridge Mountains.
This may not be your typical spot to stop at while visiting the Barn at New River, but it is a fun one to stop at for the guys (and gal bike-lovers).
They have over 30 motorcycles, dirtbike, and ATVs available to buy. Walkthrough to see these fun bikes!
This small store has old items, antiques, and glassware. It’s a store with history has soon as you walk through the doors. It has lots to look at!
The Barn on New River hosts elegant weddings and parties near one of the oldest rivers in the world; the South Fork of the New River. You will not find another property as remarkable as ours. It hosts a 4900 square foot barn with 30’ ceilings on 100 beautiful acres and a cabin and honeymoon suite. We’re located in the High Country in the Blue Ridge Mountains near Boone and West Jefferson North Carolina. Take a deeper look at the venue, availability, and packages.