Southwest Virginia is comprised of a number of eclectic counties, history and activities. From Lee County at the southwestern-most point of the commonwealth stretching northward and eastward, you’ll find Point Broadband’s rural Virginia service area. This area currently includes:
Buchanan County is the only Virginia county to border both West Virginia and Kentucky. It is positioned in the rugged Appalachian Plateau along the Appalachian Mountains.
Just south of Buchanan sits Dickenson County, the youngest county in Virginia.
Named for former Virginia Governor Light Horse Harry Lee, the father of Confederate General Robert E. Lee, Lee County was formed in 1793.
In 1786, Russell County was formed. Today, Russell County is the home of the largest cattle farm East of the Mississippi River; Stuart Land & Cattle.
In 1774, Daniel Boone commanded several forts in what is now Scott County, Virginia. Founded in 1814 and named for Winfield Scott, a Virginia-born general, Scott County is now the home to a variety of outdoor recreation activities.