Regional Trails - Visit Shenandoah County
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REGIONAL TRAILS

Shenandoah County boasts more than just hiking trails! Rich in history, bountiful in agriculture and abundant with the arts, there’s a trail to suit just about any interest. Shenandoah County is pleased to be a part of the following trails:

27 wineries, breweries, cideries and distilleries in the Northern Shenandoah Valley. Stretching from Winchester to Harrisonburg, we invite you to explore the ultimate path to beverage enlightenment…one sip at a time. #SipShenandoah

The Artisans Center of Virginia (ACV) Artisan trail Network offers a unique opportunity to unite artisans, venues, galleries and retailers across the state, while connecting points of interest, restaurants, and accommodations.

Discover the Shenandoah Valley’s Farm Trail featuring Farmers Markets, Farm Tours, Pick Your Own Farms, Wineries & Breweries, Christmas tree Farms & Nurseries, Ag Venues & Event Sites, Farm & Produce Stands, Farm to Table Restaurants, Farm Stays and more!

It has been said that the Shenandoah Valley is one of the most exciting wine producing regions today. Featuring over 20 wineries stretching from Winchester to Lexington.

CIVIL WAR TRAILS

Interpretive signs allow visitors to explore back roads, learning some history while driving and walking through some of the most beautiful landscapes anywhere.  Sites include Hupp’s Hill, Strasburg Museum, Fisher’s Hill, Toms Brook, Woodstock, Narrow Passage, Edinburg Mill, Mt Jackson, Rude’s Hill and the VA Museum of the Civil War.

Let Bucket the Snail be your guide to everything kids related in the Shenandoah Valley. Explore the underground beauty of Shenandoah Caverns or race down the zip line, mountain bike trails or ski slopes of Bryce Resort. Visit the Woodstock Tower, meet llamas or pick your own berries.

In the 1730’s, settlers to the Shenandoah Valley blazed new and existing routes to develop a  road along the Valley. By 1840, the Valley Turnpike (now U.S. Route 11) had been constructed through Shenandoah County.  Explore the charming small towns that were established along this major thoroughfare.

Learn more about the outstanding fisheries available in the Commonwealth’s rivers, lakes, streams, and reservoirs. Plan a fishing adventure in Virginia with our link to local hotels, restaurants, guide services, campgrounds, state parks and fishing related businesses that can make fishing trips easy and fun.