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Nestled in the heart of the Alleghany Highlands and at the center of Alleghany County, Covington is one of three cities in the Roanoke Regional Partnership. Covington, Virginia land and farms are well known for their low-cost housing market, offering affordable estates of all sizes, farmland, acreages, riverfront properties, and hunting land, all with a beautiful view of the Alleghany Mountains. The area is serviced by Interstate 64 and Route 220, which offer rail access to the Amtrak station in nearby Clifton Forge and truck and interstate access to the rest of the state. Covington’s biggest employer is Westrock, a corrugated packaging company founded in 1899. Westrock employs 1300 workers, mostly from Covington and Alleghany County. Covington is actively pursuing economic development, making industrial and commercial land and farms in Covington, Virginia affordable and accessible to those seeking to build a new business or company. Covington Public Schools offers educational services to K-12 residents.
Life in Covington provides city entertainment to rural living. Local nonprofit Olde Town Covington sponsors events and activities throughout downtown and offers entertainment, social events, educational experiences, and tourism opportunities. The Alleghany Historical Society works to preserve and service the Covington Historic District. Covington sits close by historic luxury resorts the Omni Homestead Resort and the Greenbrier, which offer hot springs, championship golf courses, championship tennis courts, and alpine skiing. Land and farms in Covington, Virginia have easy access to these as well as a bounty of outdoor activities. The city’s natural location offers opportunities for hunting, fishing (the area is known for its rainbow trout), camping, and water sports.
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