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Pool / Spa
- Bookings at this property are non-refundable.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property that is caused by you or your party during your stay.
Pets allowed - contact owner for approval contact owner for approval
Max guests: 10 (sleeps up to 8 adults)
Minimum age of primary renter: 26
- TRASH MUST BE TAKEN TO DUMP OFF MOORESVILLE ENTRANCE WHEN LEAVING. A $50 fee will need be subtracted from security deposit, if not.
- Pillows, blankets, dishtowels provided. Please contact owner directly to purchase linen package for $175.00 sheets, towels (bath, hand), washcloths.
- Grill propane on site - when can is empty, please replace can from A - plus Sunoco at intersection of Highway 15 and Main St. I will reimburse.
Innkeeper’s Favorite Things to do in Clarksville!
Cooper’s Landing Inn is located in the heart of Lake Country and is a part of Virginia’s only lakeside town. The home was originally built in 1830 and is surrounded by beautiful grounds and original outbuildings, including our newly restored smokehouse. Clarksville affords its visitors fine dining, antique specialists, and gift shops that are happy to welcome all visitors with a smile. Mecklenburg County is surrounded by local history and showcases many historical and architectural gems including Prestwould Plantation, MacCallum More Gardens & Museum, Occoneeche State Park, and Boyd Tavern. Guests can also take to the outdoors to enjoy a boat ride on the lake, canoe trips, or a hike along the banks. We are here to be your personal travel guides to Lake Country. Please feel free to ask us to help you tailor your visit to your needs.
Berry Hill Plantation
Marveling at one of the finest examples of Greek Revival architecture in Virginia as you travel up the tree-lined drive, you’d almost expect Scarlett to slip through the massive columns and glide down the stairs to meet you. Built in 1842, this eight-columned home is the quintessential southern antebellum mansion, once the seat of one of the most successful tobacco plantations in the region. Previous owners of the property included Colonel Edward Carrington, who fought alongside General Nathaniel Greene in the Revolutionary War. Berry Hill lay in ruins for nearly 50 years before being meticulously restored to its original pre-Civil War grandeur. Today, you can enjoy gracious southern ambience in one of Berry Hill Plantation. Located at 3105 River Road, South Boston, Virginia, 24592. (434) 517-7000
Buffalo Springs Wayside
The US Army Corps of Engineers manages this historic site, picnic area and artesian well. Water that sold for $5.00 for a dozen half gallon bottles in 1895 is free to all.
Directions: Seven miles west of Clarksville, just a 1/4 mile off US Hwy 58 West.
Clarksville Bridge Lighting & Night Fishing
Since Clarksville flipped the switch on 76 fishing lights on the Clarksville Bridge in March 2006, the bridge has been alive with night fisherman. Two rows of Hydro Glow lights were installed on each of the 19 bridge pylons, one row above the lake water and one below. Underwater lights attract millions of feeder fish, which attracts large game fish.
Clarksville Historic Walking Tour
Ate too much for dinner? Treat yourself to the Clarksville Historic Walking Tour around Clarksville and marvel at many architectural gems on Main Street and surrounding neighborhoods. Most homes are on the National Register of Historic Places and Virginia Historic Landmarks. You can start out on your journey from our front door! Trail Maps Available that identify many homes on the Historic Register.
Cricket’s Cove Farm & Forge
Cricket’s Cove Farm & Forge is a 100-acre, certified Biodynamic® farm, the first in Virginia to receive this status, practices permaculture and sustainability, and is USDA-certified organic. It proudly provides vegetables, eggs, fruits, herbs and much more to Southern Virginia. It’s also home to professional artist and blacksmith Jim Cooper. Cricket’s Cove is committed to our community, to heritage farming techniques, to great craftsmanship and to art. Popular workshops and internships are available throughout the year.
Fishing Guide Services on the Lake
Bud’s Guide Service: (434) 374-0348
Doug Miley: Kayak Fishing Tours (252) 213-9501
Topwater Guide Services: (434) 374-8914
Bobcat’s Lake Country Tackle: 12690 HWY 15 South, (434) 374-8381
Paddling the Waterways of Halifax County
Halifax County provides a tremendous variety of canoeing options on four rivers, two lakes and several creeks. The best trips are found on the Staunton River, Banister River, Dan River, Hyco River, Aarons Creek, Difficult Creek, Buggs Island Lake and Lake Conner. The degree of difficulty of each river, historic facts, important physical features and mileages can be accessed on the website. Located in Halifax County, Virginia. For more information, visit
John H. Kerr Dam
A southside marvel, take the windy country roads to the Dam where you will be amazed at the magnamity of the structure as well as the 5 feet catfish that you can see being caught by fishermen next to the turbines. There is also a small museum / nature center, fishing pier, walking and biking trails at the Dam. Gourmet picnic baskets are available from our chef to take along with advance notice.
Directions: Take Highway 58 East over the Bridge for approx. 7 miles and then turn right at the marker for John H. Kerr Dam and follow the signs.
Our favorite Activity on the Lake… THE LAKE. We can arrange Pontoon Boat Rentals for you at Clarksville Marine Rentals. Rental payable to vendor. We will be happy to call and set-up your rental or you may do so by calling (434) 374-2525.
20’ Pontoon Boat (6 person boat): 3 Hour Rental $130
About Ada Hoyt
I grew up in Virginia and built this home as a retirement home. We currently live in Florida and aren't quite there yet, but really enjoy sharing our home with guests while we wait!
Ada Hoyt purchased this house in 2003
Why Ada Hoyt chose Clarksville
I absolutely LOVE Clarksville. The beauty of the Lake is breathtaking and the folks are some of the most hospitible I have seen. I chose this property to build the cabin on, because it is on a cove and gives you that private, cozy feeling my husband and I love to enjoy on our stays. The water view is beautiful, but the trees are equally so.....like being in a treehouse!
What makes this house unique
We had always loved log homes and wanted to eventually retire in one. I am an interior designer by profession, so the home was great fun to furnish by "antiquing" locally for some of the furnishings. We try to spend at least 3 months a year there, so it is our part time home as well. We have been so grateful over the last 12 years to the many guests that have treated our home as their own. The trees surrounding the log home allow you to really feel as if you are in your own large treehouse!