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Resort Activities & Virginia Activities

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The Allegheny Mountains of Virginia are bursting with diverse activities to suit any taste, any age, anyone. No matter the time of year or the weather, you'll never find yourself with a lack of things to do. The Omni Homestead offers a host of exclusive resort activities as well as recommendations for exploring the town of Hot Springs and sightseeing in the surrounding Virginia landscape.

For adrenaline junkies and nature aficionados, the mountains and valleys surrounding our resort are bursting with outdoor activities. From romantic carriage rides and horseback riding, to exploratory hiking, paintball, archery, Segway tours and even falconry, you can take your pick from over a dozen distinctive Virginia activities. Professional and amateur players alike will enjoy our championship golf courses and tennis courts. And in winter, The Omni Homestead embraces the colder weather with an offering of winter resort activities, including skiing, snowboarding, ice skating and snowmobile tours.

If your idea of relaxing doesn't include the great outdoors, The Omni Homestead has no shortage of indoor resort activities. You can play games with your family, take an Omni Homestead history tour, or stay in for our nightly movie in our very own movie theater. You can also explore the town of Hot Springs with our recommended shopping and dining options.

No one should miss out on enjoying the famed Virginia hot springs that flow into our indoor and outdoor pools and are utilized in many of our spa treatments. Whether you're on a romantic getaway, enjoying a family trip or vacationing solo, the Virginia activities available to you are what memories are made of at The Omni Homestead Resort.

Advance reservations required for all activities.

During the day, resort attire is preferred.  Bathing suits, bathrobes and ski boots are discouraged in the Great Hall.

"This is a great place to go for a weekend getaway. Nestled in the mountains of Virginia, the home of Sam Snead, and they serve the best trout in the restaurant."