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Arcadia, Botetourt County, Virginia

Arcadia is an unincorporated community in Botetourt County, Virginia, United States.[1] It is located in the north of the county and is one of the northernmost points of the Roanoke Metropolitan Area.

Arcadia
Arcadia is located in Virginia
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Location within the Commonwealth of Virginia
Arcadia is located in the United States
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Arcadia (the United States)
Coordinates: 37°32′43″N 79°37′26″W / 37.54528°N 79.62389°W / 37.54528; -79.62389Coordinates: 37°32′43″N 79°37′26″W / 37.54528°N 79.62389°W / 37.54528; -79.62389
CountryUnited States
StateVirginia
CountyBotetourt
Time zoneUTC−5 (Eastern (EST))
 • Summer (DST)UTC−4 (EDT)

Outdoor RecreationEdit

Arcadia sits just off the exit of Interstate 81 and is in close proximity to both the George Washington National Forest and a number of great trout fishing streams, including Jennings Creek and North Creek. Arcadia is also bounded by the James River and is a key access point for kayaking, canoeing, and other types of recreational activities along the river. As such, Arcadia is well-known in the Roanoke Valley as a great recreational place for hiking, fishing, hunting, and watersport activities.

BusinessEdit

There are a few companies that do business in the Arcadia area, including Shell Oil Company, Twin River Outfitters, the Watstull Inn, and Foot of the Mountain Café, a popular local restaurant.

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