Visit Giles County and the Pandapas Pond

October 8, 2019

Pandapas Pond is a pastoral, 8 acre pond located just outside the town of Blacksburg. It sits on the Eastern Continental Divide and is surrounded by a forest of hardwoods and rhododendron. Visitors will enjoy strolling the one-mile wheelchair accessible trail that encircles the pond. A wooden boardwalk separates the pond from a small wetland area that is abundant with dragonflies, turtles, songbirds, and waterfowl. Horses and bicycles are not permitted on the trail around the pond; however, they may use the 17-mile Poverty Creek Trail system that can be accessed from the upper parking lot.

SOURCE: USDA Forest Service

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