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