As the temperatures drop and leaves fall from the trees, visibility in the park improves. The valleys below and mountains beyond become more spectacular than ever.
Take in the beautiful countryside just outside Luray as you search for that perfect Christmas Tree at Valley Star Farm. The crisp air and the magnificent views of the Blue Ridge Mountains will turn your outing into an unforgettable experience.
But there's a place in Virginia where spring-like temperatures prevail year-round. Beneath the floor of the northern Shenandoah Valley, Luray Caverns, a U.S. Registered Natural Landmark, maintains a constant 54° every day.
Make plans early to ring in 2018 in Luray. “Vintage Southern Hospitality" is ready to be experienced at the recently restored Mimslyn Inn. The classic charm of this 1931 establishment first appears as you are greeted by a circular drive leading to a portico supported by high columns.
Massanutten Resort is one of the Mid-Atlantic's premier snow resorts with over 3 million skiers and snowboarders having experienced the joy of sliding on their snow. The resort boasts 1,110 feet of vertical drop - the most in Virginia, Maryland, or Pennsylvania.
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.