Enjoy the best work-life balance in Lynchburg
To give you an idea of what it’s like to live in Lynchburg, it’s comfort index is 50 out of 100. A higher score indicates a more comfortable year-round climate with the average US score at 54. The City averages 42 inches of rain per year slightly higher than the national average. Winter brings about 13 inches of snow much less than the national average which is 26.
You can expect more than 218 sunny days per year with summer highs in July around 86 degrees. January winter lows are in the mid-twenties.
Things To Do In Lynchburg
Lynchburg is rich in history and entertainment. This small town would make the perfect home for any family.
Civil War Museum
Drawing from its rich collection of artifacts and documents, this American Civil War Museum location is located 25 minutes east of Lynchburg.
Bedford Wine Trail
Enjoy the scenery of the Blue Ridge Mountains and Smith Mountain Lake or visit the National D-Day Memorial and historic Centertown Bedford.
Civil War Trails
Lynchburg is home to an impressive twelve sites on the Civil War Trails. Enjoy following these historic markers from downtown, to midtown and beyond
Ivy Creek Park
Ivy Creek Park is a green oasis that includes the six-acre Clemmons Lake, multi-use trails, picnic and play areas, as well as an auxiliary site for the naturalists.
Natural Bridge State Park
An easy and beautiful 45-minute drive, Natural Bridge is one of the seven natural wonders of the world, a historic Virginia Landmark, and a National Historic Landmark.
Blackwater Creek Trail
The Blackwater Creek Trail is one of the most popular trails in the City of Lynchburg. This 3-mile paved trail is perfect for jogging, walking, and biking.
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