Amelia Veterans Cemetery
The cemetery is open to the public for visitation everyday during daylight hours. Cemetery administrative offices are open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. On Saturday and Sunday from 9:00am thru 3:00pm a grounds employee will be available to assist families in locating grave and or cremation sites. The cemetery administrative office may be reached at (804) 561-1475.
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Amelia Golf and Country Club
The Amelia Golf and Country Club is a challenging semi-private 9 hole golf course located in the heart of Amelia County. Incorporated in 1946, our 9 hole track is the best kept secret in Southside Virginia.
Get more information at the Amelia Golf and Country Club Website
Amelia Wildlife Management Area
When looking for a wide variety of traditional outdoor activities in central Virginia, look no further than the Amelia Wildlife Management Area. Named for the county in which it is located, Amelia’s 2,217 acres offer hunting and fishing, plus shooting ranges and other year round opportunities for those who simply enjoy the out-of-doors.
More information can be found at the Amelia Wildlife Managment Website
Morefield Gem Mine
The Morefield Mine is one of the few operating mines in the United States where collecting is allowed on a regular basis. The mine is a great introduction for anyone, any age, who wants to find rocks, minerals, and gems and learn to identify them. No less that 10 minerals species can be found on any day and with experience, time, and depending on what is being mined underground, more of the almost 80 mineral species occurring in the Morefield pegmatite can be found.
More information can be found at the Morefield Mine Website
Sailor's Creek Battlefield Historical Park
The park’s visitor center houses exhibits showcasing artifacts and research about the battles of Sailor’s Creek and the war’s impact on the citizens of Southside Virginia. Visitors will be taken back that wet spring day when both armies and a galaxy of generals met at Sailor’s Creek for what was the last major battle of the American Civil War in Virginia. Living history events take place every April during the anniversary of the battle. Please contact the park office for information about interpretive programs.
For information visit Sailor's Creek Historical Park Website