Wise is a town in Wise County, Virginia, United States. The population was 3,286 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Wise County. It was originally incorporated as the town of Gladeville in 1874. The town's name was changed to Wise in 1924. Wise is named after Henry A. Wise, the last Virginia governor before the American Civil War and the first governor to hail from the Eastern Shore of Virginia.
Restaurants in Wise
4.5 based on 35 reviews
Had a celebration after a funeral in one of the rentable shelters. Liked it so much we are thinking of doing a family reunion here every other year.
Shelters including grills, electricity and a fireplace. Plenty of cover if it rains. Bathrooms a short walk away.
Good hiking trails and awesome overlook just beyond Woodburger.
5 based on 25 reviews
We absolutely love to hike in this area. The trails are in great shape and improvements are being made each week. It is beautiful, peaceful, and there are LOTS of great photo opportunities! You won't regret going if you are looking for a fun place to hike. They have a range of strenuous to easy trails, depending on your needs.
5 based on 6 reviews
Little Stony Falls offers great views that are easily accessible with a fairly easy walk. There are three major waterfalls that all offer stunning views as well as fishing and swimming areas. The trail totals 2.8 miles, and I highly recommend the whole trail, however the three waterfalls can be viewed in the first mile of the trail.
4.5 based on 18 reviews
Central Drive-In offers a unique experience for those who have never been to a drive-in. It usually offers two movies at showing. They have a small concession stand that offers some pretty good food such as hot dogs, popcorn, etc. Very few drive-ins still around so I am glad this one continues to be open. Kids love it and it makes it easy on those who have a small child but still want to see a movie.
5 based on 14 reviews
Beautiful vineyard and fantastic wines! Tour of vineyard was offered with a glass of wine in hand, and also a great country luncheon with homemade meatloaf, fried potatoes, soup beans, mac and cheese, and luscious cornbread muffins (not sure if that is always available as we were there on a special weekend), Opie and the owner spent lots of time talking with us, answering any questions and offering lots of history of the area.
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