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in the Shenandoah Valley

Find your Epic Experience in the Shenandoah Valley! Few destinations anywhere offer the diversity of attractions found in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia and West Virginia along with our good neighbors in Bedford, Lynchburg and Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountain Region. 

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The Shenandoah Valley combines scenic beauty, natural caverns, historic sites, and thriving cities with music, arts, festivals, superb dining and shopping. Historic inns, mountain cabins, fine hotels and full-service campgrounds make it easy to plan a romantic weekend or an outing with the kids.
The Pleasures of Page County

The Pleasures of Page County

Bounded by a national park on one side, a national forest on the other, with a historic river carving out the middle, Page County combines the best of Shenandoah Valley pastoral beauty with a thriving Downtown. Luray-Page County Chamber of Commerce President Gina...

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Patchwork Plus

Patchwork Plus

Patchwork Plus has a long history in the Virginia Shenandoah Valley. First it was a dry goods store called The Clothesline. In 2000 it became Patchwork Plus under new owners. And finally on April Fools Day of 2014 Susan, Cynthia, Mary, and Shirley bought the store!...

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Luray | Page County

Luray | Page County

You probably associate the name of Luray with Luray Caverns, which is the largest and most visited caverns in the East. You can also play golf here, see an antique car museum, and hear rocks sing on the Great Stalacpipe Organ. Downtown Luray boasts a bevy of dining...

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Staunton | Augusta County

Staunton | Augusta County

Staunton and Augusta County are located in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley of Virginia – the perfect hub for your Valley experience. From Staunton to Waynesboro, you are minutes from everything the Shenandoah Valley is known for. Staunton was named “one of the best...

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Bedford County

Bedford County

Welcome to Bedford, Virginia! Experience award-winning wines along the Bedford Wine Trail, pay homage to the heroes who stormed the beaches of Normandy at the National D-Day Memorial, walk in the footsteps of Thomas Jefferson at Poplar Forest, explore the Blue Ridge...

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Lexington | Buena Vista | Rockbridge County

Lexington | Buena Vista | Rockbridge County

From one end of Rockbridge County to the other, you’ll find a landscape that stirs the mind, spirit, and intellect. The area is known for its history, charm, and scenic beauty. Start your visit in Lexington, beginning first with the Stonewall Jackson House on...

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Clifton Forge | Alleghany County

Clifton Forge | Alleghany County

Nestled in a narrow valley of the Allegheny Mountains, Clifton Forge and Covington are small towns filled with big surprises. Instead of huge, impersonal malls, you’ll find a wonderful variety of shops, boutiques and galleries, most of which are in our downtown...

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Bath | Hot Springs | Warm Springs County

Bath | Hot Springs | Warm Springs County

To reach Bath County in Hot Springs Virginia from I-81, take US 250 west from Staunton to US 220 south. Also, you can take Rte. 39 west from Lexington, or take I-64 west to US 220 north. Bath County has remained a cornerstone of Virginia’s rich heritage since its...

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Augusta County

Augusta County

Augusta County lives outside. We have fun outside, eat outside and if we’re in the mood, sleep outside. Be one with land and sea when you hike the Blue Ridge, fish Mossy Creek, bike Route 11, and camp under the Natural Chimneys.  Experience food live and in-person...

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Highland County

Highland County

Highland County, one of Virginia’s most sparsely populated, is mostly devoted to national forests and cattle grazing. Pastoral valleys are drained by two rivers called Bullpasture and Cowpasture. Monterey, the Highland County seat, is more than a quintessential small...

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Harrisonburg | Rockingham County

Harrisonburg | Rockingham County

Nestled in the heart of Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley, our history and hospitality are as ever- present as the beautiful mountains. Harrisonburg is a vibrant community with a diverse population, an amazing food scene and rich in arts & culture. The mountains to the...

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Front Royal | Warren County

Front Royal | Warren County

Front Royal is the northern region of the Shenandoah Valley and Skyline Drive in Shenandoah National Park. Within an hour of Washington, D.C., this is the place to enjoy the crown jewels of outdoor recreation. Before you visit Skyline Drive in Shenandoah National...

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Shenandoah County

Shenandoah County

Our quaint Bed & Breakfasts, peaceful river lodges, and mountain cabins all offer a restful place to escape. Our hotels and motels are close to area attractions and offer value and comfort. Families will love our attractions like the Shenandoah Caverns. Outdoor...

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Clarke County

Clarke County

Clarke County has become an oasis for the Washington, DC and Northern Virginia traveler. We are just 60 miles west of Washington, DC, 12 miles from Hollywood Casino and Race Track and 16 miles from historic Harpers Ferry. As soon as you crest the Blue Ridge Mountains...

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Winchester | Frederick County

Winchester | Frederick County

If you love vibrant small towns and rural scenic beauty, visit Winchester-Frederick County in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley! Feel the heartbeat of this thriving community in Old Town Winchester, where you can stroll a two-block pedestrian mall bursting with unique...

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Town of Shenandoah

Town of Shenandoah

The Town of Shenandoah is a small, rural community of 2,335 citizens, nestled between the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Massanutten Ridge, along the banks of the Shenandoah River in Page County, Virginia. Shenandoah is only 25 miles from the City of Harrisonburg, an...

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Town of New Market

Town of New Market

Settlers first discovered the New Market area’s fertile lands, wild game, and minerals in 1727, nearly 300 years ago. Many of the first settlers were Germans of the Mennonite and Lutheran faiths and were later joined by many Scots and Irish. The Town was founded by...

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Town of Edinburg

Town of Edinburg

Welcome to the Town of Edinburg. Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains and situated in central Shenandoah County, Edinburg, incorporated in 1852, exemplifies the quaint, small town atmosphere of the valley. Along its streets are antique, craft,...

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Town of Strasburg

Town of Strasburg

We invite you to “Discover the Different Sides of Strasburg!” When you arrive in Strasburg, you’ll find a charming town filled with friendly folks who are eager to welcome you to their beautiful Shenandoah Valley backdrop. If you look a little closer, you’ll...

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Waynesboro | Augusta County

Waynesboro | Augusta County

Welcome to Waynesboro, where good nature comes naturally! Visitors become fellow adventurers and familiar neighbors in Waynesboro, Virginia, where sharing remarkable surroundings and good-natured local spirit has come naturally for centuries. Located at the gateway to...

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