Richlands / Claypool Hill Super 8 Motel

Address: 12367 Gov G.C. Peery Hwy, Paint Lick, Virginia, 24637, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel is located on 12367 Gov G.C. Peery Hwy, Paint Lick.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Richlands / Claypool Hill Super 8 Motel Paint Lick

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Travel Blogs from Paint Lick

Hostel Living Reimagined

A travel blog entry by doug.jamieson on Sep 16, 2015

1 comment, 1 photo

... so had to listen to all this talk of war knowing they wouldn't let him out until it was over. The owner of Four Pines was Joe, a very tall man with hair and beard that the Duck Dynasty family would envy. He was retired from an unknown job and liked having hikers stay in his converted garage. His lackey was Eddie, a former NYC firefighter who left to hike the train after some deaths of people he knew and never went back. He drives people around in the ...

Day 8: First Week Recap

A travel blog entry by doug.jamieson on Sep 15, 2015

3 comments, 5 photos

... than dogs: "Cats don't chase bikes." I ran into 3 riders total coming from the other direction to end at Yorktown. Nobody heading my direction. A guy in his 60's was paired up with a guy in his 20's for the last 5 days. The old guy was on day 81 with a goal of finishing under 90! The other person was the pepper spray girl this afternoon in her early to mid 20's and traveling alone. She was on day 71 and thought the overly aggressive men were scarier than ...

Meet the hikers

A travel blog entry by janmariewv on Jun 15, 2015

4 photos

We met up with AJ (our nephew) and Allison, who are hiking the Appalachian Trail. We had breakfast together at the Apple Tree Restaurant in Marion, and they told us all about their adventure on the trail. They are 1/4 of the way through and Virginia has the longest stretch of trail. They took a week off for AJ to collect his PHD diploma, then headed back on the trail. Their packs weigh about 40 pounds, and we watched as they reorganized them with ...

Highlands and Lows

A travel blog entry by jwatson on May 05, 2015

12 photos

... ranchers used to gather there to trade for supplies and to sell their herds since the cattle would weigh more before being walked all the way down the mountain (I know how they feel), so that's how the place got its name. It also explained why the wild ponies are there: after the government bought the land to turn into parks, trees and shrubs stated taking back the open highlands, so they introduced the ponies to keep the vegetation down since there weren't cattle grazing there ...

Hungry Mother State Park and the surrounding area

A travel blog entry by mga60tw on Sep 12, 2014

8 photos

We decided to take a ride over Hwy 16 to Tazewell and to visit a valley called Burkes Garden on Thursday. Well the experience driving Hwy 16, called the "Back of the Dragon" with over 260 curves in 32 miles was very cool. The weekend finds this road crowded just like the "Tail of the Dragon" in North Carolina. Rex, Mike, TJ and Chuck you need to ride this road one day!!
Motorcycle riders would also like the road to Burkes Garden. ...