One of the eight major venues on the Crooked Road-Virginia's Heritage Music Trail, the original Country Cabin was built in 1937-38 with the encouragement of local musician Kate O’Neil Peters Sturgill, a ballad singer and songwriter. Country Cabin II (pictured above) was built in 2002 to accommodate larger audiences and to host a wider variety of programs. In addition to clogging classes, the site continues to host local musicians and bands performing bluegrass, country and old-time music throughout the year every Saturday night from 7:30 - 10:30 pm as well as the annual Dock Boggs Festival.
Admission for the Saturday concert, September 10, 2016 is $10.00 for adults, $2.00 for children 6-12. Children 5 years old or younger are admitted free. The grounds open at 11:00 AM on Saturday, and performances begin at 1:00 PM. College Students with a valid school identification are admitted free. Traditional mountain food will be available for purchase through various concessions on the grounds.