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Pleasant Grove House Museum & Welcome Center

PGHM After Restoration

Pleasant Grove history is associated with many of the “founding families” of Fluvanna County and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Over one hundred and fifty years ago, William Douglas Haden purchased property which today is simply known as Pleasant Grove Park. The 1854 Pleasant Grove House is the only one of its kind seen from the road along Highway 53. Although much like many other contemporary houses in Virginia in plan, its place in the County’s agrarian landscape and its role in the County’s social and economic history are significant. Pleasant Grove was a vibrant and active farming operation, producing wheat, corn, oats and tobacco. Plantations similar to Pleasant Grove depended on the Rivanna bateaux and canal boats to transport harvested tobacco crops and the locally milled corn, wheat, and oat flour downriver to Richmond markets and warehouses.

Pleasant Grove House Museum (FREE Admission)

Visitors can tour the 1854 home, browse the exhibit galleries or visit our reading room to learn more about Fluvanna's history at 271 Pleasant Grove Drive, Palmyra, VA 22963.

Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm

Saturday & Sunday 12pm - 4p

The facility hours of operation vary from season to season so please call us at 434-589-2016 for more information or to schedule a group visit. 

A slice of Fluvanna history resides in the renovated Pleasant Grove House and Summer Kitchen Museums. The house also serves as the County Welcome Center for visitors along with housing exhibits relating to the history of transportation in Fluvanna including its reliance over the early years on the Rivanna and James rivers for commerce and movement of our agricultural production to Richmond and points east. To accommodate these uses, the County had a historically accurate two-story addition joined to the original building while restoring this facility in 2014. The addition contains a catering room, an elevator providing access for people with disabilities as well as a small reading room. The top floor of the original structure is used as office space for the Fluvanna Department of Parks and Recreation.

The Pleasant Grove House Museum at Pleasant Grove Park is located on Route 53, 2 miles after turning off Route 15. This 800 acre park something for everyone: Walk the Heritage Trail to the Rivanna River, take a jog on the cross country team’s 5k loop, enjoy the 18+ miles of multi-use trails, or just come out and enjoy the natural habitat or bird watching. The park consists of a softball, baseball and three (3) multi-use fields, e.g. soccer, lacrosse and football which are open to the public when not scheduled for league use. A 30’ x 100’ Pole Barn is available for picnics, special events and group outings. And best of all, it’s only 6 miles from the Food Lion at Lake Monticello or 8 miles from Fork Union.


Community Garden

Comm GardenThe garden is conveniently located at Pleasant Grove Park and was developed jointly by the Virginia Cooperative Extension, Fluvanna Master Gardeners and FCPR. The garden promotes productive gardening practices and conserving resources to enhance the surrounding environment. It is also provides gardening opportunities for the physical and social benefit of the people and neighborhoods of Fluvanna County. There are 97 (10ft. x 15ft.) garden plots for a fee of $45.00 per year. There will also be public access to water and other available resources.


Garden Plots Available

Sign up for a garden plot by submitting a Garden Plot Form.  Applications must be completed and returned by February 15,2017. Plots will be assigned to new gardeners in March. Garden plots are assigned on a first come, first served basis. If no plots are available in the garden, you will be put on a wait-list and notified when one becomes available. 


Butterfly Garden at Pleasant Grove Park

Discover the unique alliance between plants and pollinators!

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Pollinators unkowingly move pollen from flower to flower as they search for nourishing nectar and pollen. flowers become fertilized and are able to produce seeds and more plants. Some pollinators found in our area:

  • Bees
  • Butterflies
  • Beetles
  • Flies
  • Hummingbirds

Click here for more information.


The Trails at Pleasant Grove

sandybeachThe county purchased 969 acreas of farm land in 1994 when members of the Historical Society suggested that it would be an ideal location for a park public trail system. From the notion, the Fluvanna Heritage Trail Foundation was eventually formed that eventually Fluvanna Heritage Trail.  The Foundation countinues to work with Fluvanna County Parks and Recreation on the trails today which have grown to 22 miles of trails for everyone to enjoy. The Heritage Trail foundation also was the main catalyst in helping create and desgin the Eastern Trailhead, and the ADA accessible Julie King Sandy Beach Trail leading to the scenic Rivanna River. Get your own copy of the NEW trail map CLICK HERE! 

Please report any trail maintenance issues to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. so that it can be taken care of promptly.



Pleasant Grove – Eastern Trailhead

Many know it simply as the “ Dog Park.” Located off Route 53, .5 miles off Route 15, this trailhead has become something spectacular. Amenities include a Dog Park – open to the public at no fee, 3 picnic shelters and an ADA accessible gravel dust trail that leads to banks of the Rivanna River. Shelters are used on a first come, first serve basis and can be reserved for group outings. It’s a must see - Stop by to check it out!  The County can not guarantee the trails will be free from debris at all times, therefore you may enjoy our trails with the understanding of use at your own risk.


Dog Park

dogparkLocated at the Eastern Trailhead entrance, the Pleasant Grove Dog Park features a large and small dog run for your pets to exercise and interact in a safe environment with other dogs. Owners are solely liable for injuries or damage caused by their dogs. Owners are asked to read and abide by the rules and to teach their dog obedience for social interaction with other dogs.  

Waste disposal bags are provided so please remember to clean up after your pet. Dogs must be current on all vaccinations and we ask they be leashed when entering and exiting the Dog Park. 

For a complete list of Dog Park Events and to stay up to date on information regarding the park, connect on Facebook! Click Here

*Park occasionally closes during normal hours for maintenance.


Bremo Park – Ball Field and Picnic Area



UNDER CONSTRUCTION CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE ! On Route 656 near Old Dominion Power Plant. Facilities include full-sized softball field, picnic shelter, horseshoe pits, playground, barbecue grill, and restrooms. A wonderful park for a reunion or employee picnic!

Bremo Rec is closed when not in use by a rental or an approved athletic department sanctioned event or league.


 Carysbrook Sports Complex

carybrookOnly 10 miles from the Food Lion at Lake Monticello! On Route 15 between Fork Union and Palmyra, the athletic complex offers a variety of recreational facilities. Outside you will find  multi-use Softball\Soccer and youth baseball fields, a playground for all ages, and a mini-skatepark. Inside you’ll find a gymnasium for basketball, pickelball and volleyball. Facilities and fields are open to the public when not scheduled for league use. The Facility hours of operation vary from season to season, please call FCPR at 434-589-2016 or 434-842-3150 for more information.


 Fluvanna Community Centercommcenter 

Located off Route 15, 1.3 miles from Dixie, on the right hand side, this former elementary school has been renovated. Outdoor amenities include a playground, outdoor basketball court, and picnic area, all open to the public. The Fluvanna Community Center is available for rentals that include large and small meeting rooms, an auditorium with a stage and kitchen. FCPR offers free WiFi, classes and workshops. THIS is the place to be in the southern end of the County.

Active Older Adults Centers

Fluvanna County Community Center

  • 5725 James Madison Hwy
  • Fork Union, VA 23055
  • Tuesday & Wednesday     
  • 10am-2pm
  • A nurse is available on Wednesday to check blood pressure, sugar levels, and to answer any health related questions
  • For program information, please contact Jonathan Pace at 434-842-3150    

 Scottsville VFW

  • 1st & 3rd Monday
  • 10am-2pm
  • For program information, please contact Jonathan Pace at 434-842-3150    

 Kent Store ARC Building

  • 1st & 3rd Thursday
  • 10am-2pm
  • For program information, please contact Jonathan Pace at 434-842-3150  

These activity centers will close in the event of inclement weather when County schools are closed and on state holidays.