1-800-251-8824
Red Hill Shopping
 

We still believe in quality items at a fair price. Our friendly staff welcomes you to indulge in 4,200 square feet of old-fashioned buying like it used to be. We have some of everything.

From moth balls to live animal traps we can help you take care of almost any unwanted house guest. You'll find a ample selection of hardware, kitchenware, home canning supplies and canner repair parts, old-fashioned candies by the pound, classic and unique toys, seasonal produce, gardening supplies, gifts, seeds and plants, Case Knifes, dry-goods, cast iron skillets, oil lanterns, fishing and camping gear, axes, mauls, Carhartt and Columbia clothing, yard décor, nutcrackers, grandma's lye soap, coffee and tea, washboards, recipe books, lotions, and Rainbow Sandals. Need a new kerosene heater wick, light switch, wood glue, pipe sealant, or roll of duct tape?

Want access to local products and sustainable, truly-healthy beef and eggs? We can help you with that too. We specialize in seasonal planting, food preservation, woodstoves, survival tales, crafts, treasure hunting, story telling, projects, modern homesteading building, and other affairs of self-sufficiency.

We actively support front porch sitting.

SEASON & COMMUNITY

Summer Drive-In Movie
Saturday Market
Flea Markets on Memorial Day & Labor Day
Shockley's Old Timey Days
Red Hill Old Time Music
Agriculture and FFA Education
Treasure In the Blue Ridge
Santa Visits
Noteworthy Suppliers




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RED HILL HILLSVILLE
1035 Sylvatus Hwy.
Hillsville , VA 24343
Tel.(800)251-8824 ex. 3

HOURS
M - Thurs 10am - 6pm
Fri - Sat 10am - 7pm
Sun 1pm - 5pm

A small,
independent
American business.

 

 
  FREE SUMMER DRIVE IN MOVIE

Every Friday at 9pm in June and July. $1 popcorn. $1.50 Cotton Candy.
Keeping our drive-in movies free is important to us - because we know it is to you. Plus, they are a worthy excuse to leave your house and quit staring at the same walls. And yes, we know that places like Wally World are cheap and fairly convenient… but the fact of the matter is the people that run that company are not interested in you or your well being at all. They are interested solely in acquiring your money. We hope you like our movies as much as we like seeing our neighbors on movie night.

2014 Movie Schedule Coming Spring 2014!
2013 Movie Schedule
2012 Movie Schedule
2011 Movie Schedule


Working together to position the giant movie screen on out roof before showtime June 2013.


It's hard to beat a summer night under the stars in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Unless it invloves watching a free movie as the sunsets.

SATURDAY MARKET

We're building an outdoor market and inviting you to join us any Saturday morning! Produce vendors, farmers & flea market items encouraged.We began the market one Saturday in July 2013. It continued and grew each week until it got too cold. Sell your stuff and together we'll create a place where bartering (yeah, bartering!) might again become commonplace.

The market is open from 9am to 6pm every Saturday. 10'x10' spaces $5 upon arrival. Bring your own tables and tents. Setup begins at 8:30am. The first Saturday Market for 2014 is TBA here.

Why are we opening our gravel parking lot?
There was a time when farms were small. Families grew gardens and produced their own meat and eggs. There were "minor products" and markets for minor products. Thrift becomes a forceful social idea. Minor markets promote a pride in workmanship America has largely forgotten. Nowhere is there a market for minor products: a bucket of cream, a goat, a few dozen peaches. Read more on our blog.




HOLIDAY FLEA MARKETS AT RED HILL
 
 
Want to join us on Labor Day or Memorial Day flea market weekend? We rent 10x10' parking-lot spaces. We're one mile from the Hillsville Flea Market and Gun Show.
 
Check out the Route 100
18 Mile Flea Market! Brought to you by neighborhood homes each Labor Day weekend.


 


SHOCKLEY'S OLD TIMEY DAYS
 

We look forward to spending an old-timey weekend each year on Shockley's farm. It's fun days of tractors, tools, engines, wood-working, blacksmithing, plowing with horses, oat and wheat thrashing, oats cut by horse and binder, stacking oats, digging potatoes with horse and plow, soap making, molasses making, kraut making, apple cider making, apple butter making, pottery making, churning butter, quilting, weaving cloth with a loom, corn straw broom making, old time ice cream making, blacksmiths, corn mill and buckwheat flour w/gristmill and many more demos.

Admission is $6 (10 and under are free). Parking is also free. Find the dates for 2014 when they're listed on their webpage here.

 


RED HILL OLD TIME
 

 


VISIT SANTA
 

From 6 - 8 pm on December 14, 2013 visit Santa in his sleigh pulled by six miniature horses at Red Hill General Store in Hillsville. Photo (below) taken from Santa’s December 2012 visit in Hillsville.

 


AGRICULTURE AND THE FFA
 

GREEN ENERGY We partnered with the FFA of Carroll County High School to install a water turbine powering greenhouses and small barn of the 92 acre agricultural research school farm. We guided students and worked with their teachers to complete the water turbine installation under US HWY 221. Tom (pictured below, second from right in photo left) explains how the power in the flowing water is transformed to household AC power they can use.

Inside two greenhouses, students are doing field research that pushes teamwork and critical thinking. From overseeing the production of their Angus beef, crops and renewable energy production, these future leaders are learning lessons about hard work, patience and planning. Contributing to our future in this important way makes us feel good inside.

FARM TO OUR STORE Students learn to grow and market their raspberries and blackberries in the greenhouses. These berries are proudly available in our store in their season. Our partnership with the local FFA chapter helps to create the highly-skilled workforce we’ll desperately need in the future to solve many challenges of our communities. There may be nothing more important than developing confident agriculture leaders. We are the link between the farming agriculture students and the consumer market. Read more about berries and the work on the Carroll County FFA school farm here.

HONORARY FFA DEGREE Red Hill General Store received the Honorary FFA Degree in 2011 at the annual FFA banquet in recognition of, "helping to advance agricultural education and the FFA, and who have rendered outstanding service, may be elected to honorary membership by a majority vote of the members present at any regular meeting or convention.”

 


TREASURE IN THE BLUE RIDGE
 

Buried treasure? That equals excitement. Red Hill General Store has held and created two epic fast-paced day-long treasure hunts. Hurried individuals and teams ruthlessly navigate riddles and mountain topography for the golden possibility. The hidden loot? $500 in gold coins. The first Treasure in the Blue Ridge was held after Red Hill allegedly received a letter containing a cipher, which we provided in the local news paper.

Each hunt included multiple clues, ciphers, witty deductions with real-world monuments, numbers, clocks and other epic-treasure-adventure inspiration. We used text-message check-points to follow the heated progress in the field and to deliver the clues. Team historical knowledge was tested as well as their ability to reason a riddle or puzzle. Only one lucky winner goes home with a $500 of free gold well-earned.. (Below: Confederate Gold Hunt $500 Winner)

We want to update our hunt text messaging system to encourage visitors to embark on an independent quest for lost treasure. If you've read this far, we hope you've got the spirit for a half-day adventure challenge in the mountains. Do you think you have what it takes to win?

We're not sure when our small staff can make this purely-fun endeavor come to life. We're not planning another treasure hunt in the near future. Still, we believe anything is possible. Are the people of the Blue Ridge ready to compete for forgotten gold round three?

For now, here are the original letter clues and secondary clues reveled the morning the hunt began.

Sealed in their envelope using red wax, as each team opened their letter just after sunrise the first clue was revealed (letter back for letter 1 and "Numbers 31:28). Click here to see a jpeg of the clue worksheet for the first letter. To enlarge letter images click on them.

  


 
NOTEWORTHY SUPPLIERS  

We have building to do for this section - good work like this takes small companies time - Check back soon!)

Faith Mountain Goat's Milk Soaps and Lotions
Eggs and beef from our farm
Bob's handmade Bird Houses
Ashe County Cheese
Chain-saw carved authentic welcome bears
Rada knifes
Rosebud Salve
All American Canners and Cookers
Ball and Kerr Mason Jars
Case Knives
Deer Haven Blueberries Patch
Charlie's Soap
The Dutch Kettle
Melissa and Doug


 
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