ⓘ Coeburn, Virginia

                                     

ⓘ Coeburn, Virginia

Coeburn is a town in Wise County, Virginia, along the Guest River. The population was 2.139 at the 2010 census, with many small communities surrounding it. Camping is available nearby at Bark Camp Lake in the Jefferson National Forest with other activities including boating and fishing. The Guest River Gorge Trail, built along the Guest River on what was formerly the Interstate Railroad, is also located in the Jefferson National Forest and is a popular place to walk or ride a bicycle. Recently Coeburn joined with neighboring town Saint Paul on the Mountain View Trail System for ATVs

                                     
  • County Public Schools consolidated Coeburn High School and St. Paul to form Eastside High School in Coeburn Virginia St. Paul High School had many different
  • Keokee, Virginia Saint Paul High School Virginia of Saint Paul, Virginia Coeburn High School of Coeburn Virginia Ervinton High School of Nora, Virginia
  • Alternate in Coeburn east to US 58 Alternate east of Coeburn SR 158 comprises much of the old alignment of US 58 Alternate through Coeburn in eastern Wise
  • state of Virginia It runs from SR 71 in Gate City north to SR 65 at Fort Blackmore, northeast with SR 65 to Dungannon, and north via Coeburn to SR 83
  • Christian - formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Coeburn Virginia serving Dickenson and Wise counties in Virginia and Letcher County in Kentucky. WGCK - FM is
  • born May 7, 1985 is an American professional stock car racer from Coeburn Virginia Now retired, he competed in the NASCAR Nationwide Series and was
  • the eastern end of downtown Norton. The state highway heads southeast on Coeburn Avenue, which has oblique, at - grade crossings with a pair of rail lines
  • may refer to: WGCK - FM, a radio station 99.7 FM licensed to serve Coeburn Virginia United States WNKW, a radio station 1480 AM licensed to serve Neon
  • Community Center, is a historic school building located at Coeburn Wise County, Virginia It was built in 1922, and rebuilt after a fire in 1937. It
  • 1929 The two were born and raised in Carfax, a community near Coeburn Virginia Their grandfather, Charles McReynolds, had led the band The Bull