In Shenandoah County there are plenty of markets open in the summertime with foods grown fresh and local. You’ll find that many of our restaurants source their ingredients locally as well.
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Visit our rolling hills, mountain views, idyllic farmland and our covered bridge. Click on our Travel Blog above for ideas on how to get out and breathe the mountain air on the backroads in Shenandoah County
In Shenandoah County you’ll find plenty of hidden gems like Route 11 Potato Chips, Shenandoah Caverns and the largest concentration of wineries in the region
PLAN YOUR TRIP
Shenandoah County is rich with natural wonders just waiting to be explored. Nestled in Virginia’s historic Shenandoah Valley, between the Blue Ridge and the Appalachian Mountains, nearly a quarter of the county is covered by the George Washington National Forest, capped by the peaks and ridges of Great North Mountain and Massanutten Mountain; as the North Fork of the Shenandoah River ribbons along the eastern edge. Offering everything from spectacularly serene winter hikes to sun-drenched summer float trips, the abundance of year-round recreational offerings just might make Shenandoah County the most adventure-filled place in Virginia.
178 miles of trails weaving through Shenandoah County offers hikers, trail runners, and mountain bikers an assortment of routes—with everything from an easy, three-mile loops to a 10-mile haul to the top of the 2,106-foot Signal Knob. Enjoy horseback rides and scenic views atop the Woodstock Tower Trail. Take Flight and get above the trees for some of the best views of our towns and the mountains with a breathtaking hot air balloon ride or at the hang gliding launch with instructors courtesy of the U.S. Hang Gliding & Paragliding Association
Paddle the Shenandoah River or Cast a line and Fish Virginia First for smallmouth bass and native brook trout. Hit the Slopes at Bryce Resort a 1,750-foot mountain draped with eight downhill runs, a terrain park, including a black diamond route ominously named ‘Hangover’.
Located within the Shenandoah Valley Battlefields National Historic District explore our small towns along historic US Route 11 – Virginia’s Heritage Migration Route. Enjoy the bounty of valley at area vineyards, breweries and family farms on the Shenandoah Spirits Trail and Fields of Gold Farm Trail.
FIND YOUR HOME AWAY FROM HOME
Shenandoah County offers an array of accommodations to suit every lifestyle. Whether you’re looking to stay at a historic bed & breakfast, a charming country home,
rustic cabin, or national hotel chain, there’s something for everyone.
The 4th oldest town in Virginia, Woodstock offers quaint shops, farm to table restaurants, museums, local wine & beer and the famous Woodstock Tower overlook of the “seven bends” of the Shenandoah River.
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