WHAT IS HALLOWEENTOWN?
Cedar Bluff, Virginia's Second Annual Halloween Event
This town-wide event will have something for everyone - kids, teens and adults! Come celebrate fall with us with the crisp air, Halloween candy, hayrides, bonfires, S'More's, live music, dancing, ghost stories and more. The fun starts at 5:00 P.M. and goes until 10:30 P.M.
About Cedar Bluff...
A Unique Place
Cedar Bluff, Virginia is a historic Virginia town founded in 1800. Cedar Bluff is a 19th century mill town located on the banks of the Clinch River in Tazewell County, Virginia. Centered around the Old Kentucky Turnpike, a street looking much as it did when the Virginia Legislature chartered the thoroughfare in 1848, the nationally listed historic district extends from the restored old grist mill to the 1873 birthplace of Virginia Governor George C. Peery.
Cedar Bluff is the home of the Clinch Valley Blanket Mill which housed the Goodwin weavers, in operation from 1890 through World War II.
The Virginia Civil War Trails project includes a Cedar Bluff battle site, with two markers detailing the event. There are also several marked graves of Civil War Soldiers in the historic Jones Chapel Cemetery located in the West end of Cedar Bluff.
In addition, Cedar Bluff is home to the Cedar Bluff Overlook Park located high on a bluff overlooking the Clinch River and the downtown area of Cedar Bluff. Along the Overlook Trail, there are interpretive signs with information on the Clinch River habitat, including federally listed endangered species, as well as information on the geology of the bluff itself.
Also in Cedar Bluff there are ruins of the old McGuire Mill dam with the adjoining picnic area and access to the Clinch River. The Clinch Valley Roller Mills and Old Kentucky Turnpike Historic District are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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