The winter season in Luray and Page County, Virginia, is a time of tranquility and scenery. Designated as the Cabin Capitol of Virginia, there are hundreds of cabins ready to be your perfect home-base for a relaxing, off-season getaway.
The small county offers a wide variety of beautiful backdrops like snowy mountaintops, sleepy valley back roads, a rushing creek or the fabled Shenandoah River. Some settings offer majestic views of the Shenandoah Valley, while others provide the peaceful solitude and rural charm that makes Page County a popular destination year-round.
Choose your level of luxury – from a deluxe property boasting an in-home theater and hot tub, to those providing a cozy, rustic rest after the day’s activities. Curl up by an inviting fire, catch up on your reading or sip local Virginia wine on the deck when mild weather encourages it. Search amenities, locations and more online at www.cabincapital.com.
The variety of activities that awaits you this season ranges from adventures like hiking, cycling, horseback riding and canoeing, to calmer days spent exploring the arts. The Warehouse Art Gallery is a must-see hidden gem just off Main Street in Luray.
For those craving a walk in the winter woods, miles of hiking trails await you in nearby Shenandoah National Park. Whether you choose a strenuous hike or a peaceful stroll, you’re sure to find scenic vistas and pristine solitude amidst towering trees and breathtaking waterfalls. Just be sure to check closures on the Skyline Drive in case of inclement weather. Luray’s award-winning Hawksbill Greenway is another place to stretch your legs alongside the picturesque creek that rambles through the town center.
A delightful selection of shopping and dining options are never far away. Browse for fine gifts or local crafts in our unique boutiques, and when you’re looking for a meal enjoy anything from gourmet cuisine to down-home fare. Find out more at www.luraypage.com.
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