The Roanoke Valley Rocks is a public relations/public art campaign designed to uplift and inspire the Roanoke Valley. Read More...
The Roanoke Valley Rocks is a public relations/public art campaign
designed to uplift and inspire the Roanoke Valley. True success will require all facets of our
community to come together with enthusiasm, dedication to excellence and
knowledge of all that our area has to offer.Read More
The Hilton Garden Inn of Roanoke Rapids released their Roanoke Valley rockfish named “Connie,” in honor of Conrad Hilton. The fish, designed and painted by Leary Davis of Virginia, is a beautiful and elegant quilt-like pattern of pastels with the Hilton logo incorporated into the design.
The I-95 North Welcome Center released their own Roanoke Valley rockfish as part of their Tourism Day Celebration in May a few years ago during National Tourism Week. The Welcome Center fish was designed and painted by local artist Harold Evans of Weldon.
KapStone recently released their rockfish painted by one of their own employees Mike Haislip. The fish is
painted with an aerial view of the mill property on one side and an American flag on the other, letting all who
see the fish know that KapStone paper is proudly "Made in America." The fish is located on the main road leading into the mill, surrounded by a beautifully landscaped flower bed.
Visitors to Lake Gaston rock the Roanoke Valley! The Halifax County Convention and Visitors Bureau gladly promotes Lake Gaston, one of our area’s premier tourist destinations for fun both on and off the shore! Lake Gaston is THE place to stay and play, whether visitors seek quiet moments, such as watching the sun rise and set over the water or catching fish after time spent patiently waiting, or desire thrills and chills from boating, tubing, skiing, wakeboarding or wakesurfing.