Greene County offers a quality of life that can only be found among such amazing and pristine beauty that is Central Virginia. Encompassing one of four entrances to Shenandoah National Park, wilderness areas, rivers, a rich and diverse history, a varied four season climate, and endless opportunities for recreation and adventure, there is something for everyone in Greene County.
Greene County is a small community that offers a high quality life for residents of all ages. From an excellent kindergarten through high school system to a vibrant senior citizen center. The Greene Community has much to offer its residents.
Greene is a gateway Community and is made up of the towns of Barboursville, Dyke, Graves mill, Ruckersville, St. George and Stanardsville. Centrally located, Greene County is the Gateway to the Blue Ridge, the Gateway to Shenandoah National Park, the Gateway to Charlottesville and the Gateway to Northern Virginia.
Greene County is one of the final stops before the Shenandoah National Park, the Appalachian Trail and the Blue Ridge Mountains. But more that that, Greene County is a place to find relaxation, beauty, to open your heart and feel the wonder of the land around you. The county is part of a stunning horizon for the pedestrian, biker or visitor.
We have many locally owned and operated businesses including medical clinics, physical therapy clinics, banks, grocery and hardware stores, and pharmacies. Community members are excited to welcome a new Super Wal-Mart opening in early fall.
Here are a few of the local and nearby amenities Greene County offers: