The City of Roanoke, VA
Roanoke is a popular city in the state of Virginia with a total of 94,482 residents living there. Roanoke is ranked as the ninth most populated city in Virginia and the 274th most populated city in the United States. The largest nearby city to Roanoke is Blacksburg, approximately 32 miles from the city center.There are several family restaurants in or near Roanoke, including Maw & Paw's Diner, Bellacinos, Bahama Sno & Java To Go, Bojangles and Bear Paw Cafe. For a larger selection of Roanoke restaurants select our Restaurants tab above. Visitors and residents can enjoy nearby Roanoke Golf Courses, Arenas and/or Museums, including the Sycamore Ridge Golf Club, Cliff View Golf Club, Brookside Par 3 Golf Club, Countryside Golf Club and Ashley Plantation. For a more complete list of attractions in or around the city of Roanoke please click on the Attractions tab above. The following 2 airports are located in or near Roanoke:
- Greenbrier Valley Airport (LWB)
- Roanoke Regional Airport (ROA)
Roanoke, Virginia Climate and WeatherIn the month of January, Roanoke experiences an average high temperature of 45 degrees Fahrenheit. Low temperaturs in January are usually about 27 degrees with an average rainfall of 3.23 inches. The seasonal climate varies in Roanoke with daytime temperatures averaging 84 degrees in the summer, and 48 degrees in the winter months. Visitors can also expect Roanoke to receive an average of 3.06 inches of rainfall per/month during winter months and 3.86 inches of rainfall per/month in the summer months. The temperature has been known to get as high as 105 degrees in the summer and as low as -12 degrees in the winter so visitors planning a vacation to Roanoke should check the weather forecast to determine proper attire prior to departure. Spring and Fall bring average daytime temperatures of 68 degrees, and nighttime lows of 45.
Roanoke, Virginia Attractions
1Ashley Plantation - Daleville,
The Ashley Plantation is an 18 hole public golf course in Botetourt County Virginia. This course is located in the city of Daleville, . Tee times are accepted by calling the pro shop at 540-992-4653.
Address: P.O. Box 950, Daleville, VA 24083
2Booker T. Washington National Monument - , Franklin County,
The Booker T. Washington National Monument is a National Monument near Hardy, Franklin County, Virginia. It preserves portions of the 207-acre tobacco farm on which educator and leader Booker T. Washington was born into slavery on April 5, 1856. It provides interpretation of Washington's life and achievements, as well as interpretation of 1850s slavery and farming through the use of buildings, gardens, crafts and animals.
3Brookside Par 3 Golf Club - Roanoke,
The Brookside Par 3 Golf Club is a 9 hole public golf course in Roanoke County Virginia. Built in 1959, this Roanoke course is open all year. Tee times are accepted by calling the pro shop at 540-366-6059. The golf course dress code is as follows: Shirt and shoes required.
Address: 6303 Williamson Rd NW, Roanoke, VA 24019
4Cascades Course at Homestead, The - Hot Springs,
The Cascades Course at Homestead is a 54 hole resort golf course in Bath County Virginia. Built in 1923, this Hot Springs course designed by William S. Flynn is open apr 1 to nov 1. For tee time information call the pro shop at 540-839-7995. The golf course dress code is as follows: No denim, collared shirt and bermuda shorts required.
Address: Route 687, Hot Springs, VA 24445
5Cascades Golf Club - Hot Springs,
The Cascades Golf Club is an 18 hole resort golf course in Bath County Virginia. This course is located in the city of Hot Springs, . Tee times are accepted up to 7 days in advance and the pro shop phone number for reservations is 540-839-3083.
Address: Route 2, Hot Springs, VA 24445
6Cassell Coliseum - Virginia Tech - Blacksburg,
Cassell Coliseum is a 9,847-seat multi-purpose arena in Blacksburg, Virginia that opened in 1961. It is home to the Virginia Tech Hokies basketball teams.
7Cliff View Golf Club - Covington,
The Cliff View Golf Club is an 18 hole public golf course in Covington City County Virginia. Built in 1996, this Covington course designed by Frank & Matt Sponaugle is open all year. Tee times are accepted up to 2 days in advance and the pro shop phone number for reservations is 540-962-2200. The golf course dress code is as follows: No tank tops or cutoffs.
Address: 410 Friels Dr, Covington, VA 24426
8Countryside Golf Club - Roanoke,
The Countryside Golf Club is an 18 hole public golf course in Roanoke City County Virginia. Built in 1967, this Roanoke course designed by Ellis Maples is open all year. Tee times are accepted up to 7 days in advance and the pro shop phone number for reservations is 540-563-0391. The golf course dress code is as follows: No tank tops or cutoffs.
Address: 1 Countryside Rd NW, Roanoke, VA 24017
9Greenbrier, The (Greenbrier Course at Greenbrier, The) - , White Sulphur Springs,
The Greenbrier, The is a 54 hole resort golf course in Greenbrier County West Virginia. Built in 1925, this White Sulphur Springs course designed by George O'Neil is open all year. For tee time information call the pro shop at 304-536-7862. The golf course dress code is as follows: No denim, collared shirt and bermuda shorts required.
Address: 300 W Main St, White Sulphur Springs, WV 24986
10Hanging Rock Golf Club - Salem,
The Hanging Rock Golf Club is an 18 hole public golf course in Salem County Virginia. Built in 1991, this Salem course designed by Russell Breeden is open all year. Tee times are accepted up to 5 days in advance and the pro shop phone number for reservations is 540-389-7275. The golf course dress code is as follows: Collared shirt, no cutoffs, denim OK.
Address: 1500 Red Ln, Salem, VA 24153
Roanoke, Virginia Hotels
Roanoke, Virginia Restaurants
This is a list of Roanoke Family Restaurants with addresses and phone numbers. Happy Dining!
Published September 5, 2011
The Blue Ridge Parkway traverses several states and can take days to explore, our family road trip was a loop in Virginia from Roanoke to Abingdon and back again.
Published September 25, 2010
We left New Jersey where all three of our sons were born and raised heading West. Our road trip was through Newark Delaware, West Virginia, Natural Bridge, Baltimore - our goal was to reach Roanoke.