Four Seasons Country area is situated at a number of major highway intersections, which allows easy access to all of the eastern United States. Interstate 77 is only a short distance away and connects directly with I-81 north and south, as well as I-64 running east and west. US Route 460 is a major corridor linking Mercer and Tazewell counties to the interstate system.
Norfolk Southern Corporation offers freight rail service to a number of states and connects with other carriers for service around the country. Passenger bus service is provided locally by several systems and nationally by Greyhound bus lines. Rail and ground transportation make this region easily accessible for all types of development. Major highways criss-cross both Mercer and Tazewell counties while well-maintained secondary roads continue to offer a more leisurely travel pace. Public transportation systems include Bluefield Area Transit and Graham Transit, providing reliable travel throughout the communities.
The region of Four Seasons Country is situated perfectly within a one-day drive from over one-half of the country’s population. Major cities in all eastern states are easily accessible as well as many favorite tourism destinations.
New road construction is ongoing throughout our area. While funding challenges continue, progress is being made on the King Coal Highway and Coalfields Expressway in Southern West Virginia and Southwest Virginia. In addition, the area is served by two general aviation airports making this region accessible to and from any part of the country.