Children of any age welcome!
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Between the Trails is a large vintage 2 story, 1900 square foot vacation rental home that sleeps 8-10 people. With 4 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, 2 dens, and a large kitchen, there is plenty of room for everyone.
Park your car & forget about it during your stay. Grab your fishing pole & head to the Holston river that winds through Damascus. Walk or ride your bike along the tree-lined streets. Or simply relax on the large deck of the house. Your visit will evoke rest, relaxation and leave you wanting to return to both Damascus & Between the Trails again!
Ask about weekday price special!
Creeper Trail Trestle,
at the town park.
HUGE deck! Great for a crowd.
Large playground at the town park.
Walking distance from the house!
Looking east down Laurel Ave in Damascus.
Originally called the Virginia-Carolina Railway, Norfolk & Western absorbed the line in 1919 and ran its last train on March 31, 1977.
Many visitors ask how the trail got its name. Well, back in the day, the locals referred to the train that climbed eastward into the Iron Mountains as the "Virginia Creeper", a name taken from the native plant that grows along the route. A steam engine laboring up mountain grades with heavy loads of lumber, iron ore, supplies, and passengers was also a "virginia creeper" in every sense of the word.
Budget Travel nominated Damascus
in its '2012 top 10 America's
Coolest Small Towns' contest!