Spring comes to the Shenandoah Valley region with a burst of bloom. In Shenandoah National Park, spring is a time of renewal and the welcome return of blooming wildflowers, migrating birds, and reinvigorated creatures.
A question-and-answer program with scientists from around the country was videotaped live at Luray Caverns in March. Rippon Middle School from Woodbridge, VA set up class in the Cathedral Room for live interaction.
Come celebrate the season with Downtown Luray, on Saturday, May 5th, for our 14th Annual Festival of Spring. Spend the day amidst the historic charm of this small town near Luray Caverns, at the edge of the Shenandoah National Park.
Powell’s Fort Valley is often referred to as “the small valley within the valley” due to its location in the greater and much more famous Shenandoah Valley. In this secluded rural enclave located minutes from Luray Caverns just across the storied Shenandoah River, you’ll enjoy guided horseback trail riding at Fort Valley Ranch and Stables.
One of downtown Luray's most visited locations is the unique Warehouse Art Gallery. The Warehouse was opened in 2002 by Luray artist Jim Mayes as a “Center for the Arts.” The gallery is housed in a historic repurposed warehouse alongside the main railroad line in the center of Luray.
Yes, Caverns Country Club is a big part of the Luray Caverns family. Located just beyond the Luray Caverns entrance, in the shadows of the Blue Ridge Mountains, this is one of the most scenic golf courses in the Mid-Atlantic region.