La Crosse, Virginia was once the crossroads of the railroads, hence the name. The railroad was moved in 1990, but La Crosse is still a crossroads of sorts. US Route 58 and Interstate 85 intersect in the town, which makes it a great place to stop and stretch your legs during a road trip. There are even two buildings registered on the National List of Historic Places: the La Crosse Hotel and the O.H.P Tanner House. Come and take a walk through this tiny town and see them for yourself.
If you want a historic adventure, take a stroll along the Tobacco Heritage Trail. This statewide system of trails takes you though tobacco farms that were once the cash crop of the frontier land. Most of the scenery along the way is peaceful land that hasn't been touched. A portion of the trail passes through La Crosse and makes the pawfect place for your daily walk with Fido.
La Crosse doesn't seem to have much else, but since it is the crossroads, there are plenty of opportunities close by for you and your family to enjoy. South Hill is just next door and is home to Parker Park, which features a walking trail and some playground equipment.