Visit Shenandoah County | Fort Valley
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Edinburg Shenandoah County


Fort Valley, also known as the “Valley Within The Valley” lies to the west of Shenandoah National Park and to the east of Route 11 in Shenandoah County.  Fort valley offers scenic drives popular with cyclists and motorcycles stretching from Route 55 in Warren County into the Page Valley and Luray.

This quiet community offers access to numerous hiking, horseback riding and biking trails with spectacular views making it a perfect location for outdoor enthusiasts.  It is also home to the seasonal Fort Valley Museum, which depicts life during 19th century Fort Valley as well as the history of the iron furnaces located there and the past Seven Fountains Resort.

Step back in time in this non-commercialized treasure.  Visitors are advised to please note that cell phone reception and GPS are limited in parts of Fort Valley, especially to the south.