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  • From Interstate-81 follow U.S. Route 250 west.
  • From Interestate-64 follow U.S. Route 220 into the “heart” of Highland County.

FROM THE NORTH:  Travel south on I-81 to exit #225 (first Staunton exit, medical also signposted, Monterey).  Follow Rt. 262 southwest to junction with US 250 (Churchville Ave.).  Turn right at the bottom of the exit ramp and follow US 250 west into Highland County.  Travel west on US250 to McDowell (35 miles) and Monterey (45 miles).  From I-81:  allow approximately 1 hour’s driving time to McDowell and 1 hour and 15 minutes to Monterey (more, if you are driving or hauling an over-sized vehicle).

FROM THE EAST:  Follow I-64 west to I-81.  Travel south on I-81/I-64 in the direction of Lexington.  Take first exit (#220 to Staunton) onto Rt. 262.  Follow Rt. 262 northwest to the junction with Route US 250 (Churchville Ave.).  Turn left at the end of the exit ramp and follow US 250 west into Highland County to McDowell (35 miles) and Monterey (45 miles).    From I-81:  allow approximately 1 hour driving time to McDowell and 1 hour and 15 minutes driving time to Monterey (more, if you are driving or hauling an over-sized vehicle).

FROM THE SOUTH:  Travel north on I-81 to exit #220 (Staunton exit) onto Rt. 262.  Follow Rt. 262 northwest to the junction with Route US 250 (Churchville Ave.).  Turn left at the end of the exit ramp and follow US 250 west into Highland County to McDowell (35 miles) and Monterey (45 miles).    Or, if you are traveling from southwest Virginia, the Carolinas, or Tennessee, take exit #150 (just north of Roanoke) and follow US220 north into Monterey (125 miles).  From I-81exit # 150:  allow approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes driving time to Monterey (more, if you are driving or hauling an over-sized vehicle).  This is the shorter route for those traveling from southwestern Virginia.

FROM THE WEST:  Travel east on US250 or US84 to Monterey.  Allow approximately 1 hour driving time from Elkins or 2 hours from White Sulphur Springs (more, if you are driving or hauling an over-sized vehicle).

* US 250 is an excellent 2-lane road; however, there are a number of tight curves and steep grades as it crosses the mountains:  use extra caution if pulling a trailer or RV.  Use lower gears on downhill grades.