Vinton is part of the Roanoke metro area, but definitely has its own personality and charm! From the quaint downtown shops and farmers' market to its new library and business think tank, you will find a mix of neighborhoods and amenities.

Key Features

Bang for your Buck: Only five miles from the City of Roanoke, Vinton's home prices are less than many other locations within the area. Home styles vary from Victorian to rancher, contemporary to colonial—many with stunning views.

Downtown: Two blocks packed with classic charm, Downtown Vinton is a great destination for a stroll. You can grab lunch, pop into the library, or find some quiet reflection at the War Memorial. You'll be sure to see cars parked along the roadsides with bumper stickers that say "TOV" (Town of Vinton).

Nest Picks

The Vinton War Memorial

Built as a memorial to remember those who served and made the ultimate sacrifice during World War II, the Vinton War Memorial served as a library and meeting space for the town. After undergoing a major renovation in 2007, the Memorial has also become a destination for events and meetings.

The Lot

The Lancerlot Center, affectionately known as "The Lot," is an 85,000 square foot complex housing a variety of different sports, health and wellness offerings. You can swim, skate, train, and even attend a business meeting. Memberships are available, and check the website for recreation league and drop in opportunities as well.

The Vinton Dogwood Festival

What started as a band uniform fundraiser in 1956, the Vinton Dogwood Festival is now one of the area's premier yearly events. The Festival now includes a parade, carnival midway, 5k run/walk, entertainment, shopping, and dining. Don't forget to check out the kids zone!

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