Restored Log House
Near Natural Bridge in Jonesville



Lake Keokee
Jefferson National Forest
Lake Keokee is a 92 acre, timbered body of water in the Jeffersonal National Forest near the Lee County boundary line.



Cowan's Mill
Built in 1890, Cowan's Mill is a picturesque landmark 0.1 mile South of US 58 on Rt 698, 2 miles west of Ewing.




Cave Beneath Natural Bridge
Near Jonesville
The Natural Bridge is a karst structure carved from limestone near the Cedars Nature Preserve. It is honeycombed with shallow caves and its arch forms a cavern with a sandy floor. On Rt. 662, 2.1 miles west of Jonesville.



Cave Springs Recreation Site
Near Dryden
On Stone Mountain in the Jefferson National Forest, offering a spring-fed .25 acre pond with a sandy beach, a 4 mile (round trip) hiking and biking tail to an overlook and cave on the mountain, and 41 camp sites.


Hensley Settlement
Atop Cumberland Mountain
Completely restored by the National Park Service, Hensley Settlement is accessible by hiking trail, park shuttle, or horseback.


Tunnel Rock
Also called "Wagon Road Tunnel and Hole-in-the-Wall
Traces of a wagon trail lead to Tunnel Rock on top of Stone Mountain.



White Rocks
Ewing



Powell Mountain Overlook
On the border between Lee and Scott Counties.




Hubbard Springs
Across the road from the trail to Tunnel Rock are 22 Hubbard Springs with mineral waters of limestone, iron, freestone, and white, black, and yellow sulphur.



Restored School House
Hensley Settlement



Sand Cave
Ewing
Cavern walls reveal at least seven shades of sandstone, and the floor is covered with a deep layer of sand eroded from the walls.In the rainy seasons, a tiny waterfall enhances the beauty of the cave entrance.




Pictures and descriptions copied from a Lee County, Virginia tourism brochure.