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Blue Ridge Country Magazine is a 21-year old award-winning publication whose bimonthly issues burgeon with articles and photo essays on the mountains of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, Maryland, Kentucky, and West Virginia. The magazine’s pages tell tales of travel in the Blue Ridge, review books, and detail interviews with musicians, artists, and heritage apple hunters, those courageous predators that hunt down rabid apples. Past articles have delved into the fight against mountaintop-removal coal mining, and past photo essays have captured the unbridled spirit and beauty of Kentucky’s waterfalls, butterflies, and native sphinx population. The mountain magazine also offers glimpses into life along the Blue Ridge, advising on ways to cope with drought, pondering recipes for banana croquettes, and profiling regional chocolatiers.


Tiger Paintball's airball field was born from a custom design that its owners toiled to perfect. Unwilling to settle on offering a standard airball experience, Tiger’s team came together to sew the turf’s bonded surfaces together, carefully construct a rain-drainage system, and map out obstacles in a ways that eliminates visibility issues. With all that planning in place, now players are free to race across the inflatable-barricade-littered blue, red, yellow, and purple surfaces to blast at their opponents. The airball field hosts refereed bouts both by appointment and during weekend open play, and a separate shooting range accommodates guests looking to improve their aim before games. The pro shop sells gear, including markers, goggles, and high-pressure air systems, from trusted manufacturers such as Tippmann, Planet Eclipse, and Ninja Paintball, which makes all its equipment from recycled nunchucks.

1260 Old Franklin Turnpike
Rocky Mount,