Virginia's Foggy Ridge Cider founder Diane Flynt pioneered the hard-cidery craft in the region over 20 years ago. Here, we talk to her about her favorite ciders and the steps you need to consider to turn your land into a producing apple orchard.
Threaded by the gurgling waters of its namesake Hazel River, this country retreat is quite literally on the doorstep of the Mid-Atlantic region’s only national park and some of the area’s best hikes and outdoor experiences.
Virginia's River Ridge Ranch Estate occupies a scenic perch that movie buffs may recognize from the 1993 Richard Gere/Jodie Foster flick, Sommersby. This well-manicured property shares a boundary with the region's sprawling George Washington & Jefferson National Forests and overlooks the meandering Cowpasture River.
After what's been a brutal and particularly cold winter for many parts of the country, we're ready for spring. Here are our picks for the best places to enjoy spring wildflowers!
Autumn really is an especially scenic time of year and there’s no better place to take in the changing of fall leaves than at one of the national parks.
A Madison County farm with views of Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains, this 212-acre property is on the doorstep of some of the state's prettiest scenery.
Your roundup of significant sales and new listings on Lands of America in January 2017.
The former Virginia estate of the Kennedys is back on the market this week, listed for sale at $5,950,000.
As the country's hue tilts from green to an array of golds, yellows and reds, we take a tour of some of the best places around the country for a scenic fall drive.
The National Park Service celebrates its 100th birthday in 2016. Here is some of our favorite land for sale on the doorstep of these treasured public lands.
According to Wine America, the association of American wineries, the U.S. wine industry was valued at close to $5 billion ...
Charlottesville is consistently lauded for its diverse culinary offerings, having received accolades in various publications like The Washington Post and Wine Magazine.
In the Harvey family, the apple didn’t fall far from the tree. Gayle Harvey spent more than 20 years working alongside her father, Clyde, in the family’s Central Virginia orchards and fields.