The winter season in Luray and Page County, Virginia, is a time of tranquility and scenery.

Designated as the Cabin Capital of Virginia, there are hundreds of cabins waiting to serve as the perfect home base during your relaxing, off-season getaway. 

For a small county, Page offers a stunningly wide variety of beautiful backdrops like snowy mountaintops, sleepy valley back roads, rushing creeks, and of course, the fabled Shenandoah River. 

Some places in Page offer stunning views of Shenandoah Valley, while others give the peaceful solitude and rural charm that makes the county a popular year-round destination.

Whether for a family getaway or a romantic weekend, you can choose from various cabins here in the Cabin Capital. Like a deluxe property with an in-home theater and hot tub. Or others offering rustic coziness after a long day of activities.

If you are looking to curl up by the fire, catch up with a good book or pop the cork on a local Virginia wine, you are sure to find the right cabin to suit your lodging needs at You can search for amenities, locations, and more. 

There are plenty of activities to experience this season if you want to get out and about, from hiking, cycling, and horseback riding, to calmer pursuits like going into town to find artwork. The Warehouse Art Gallery is a must-see hidden gem off Main Street in Luray.

For fitness enthusiasts of all levels and nature lovers, there is no better time than winter or place than Page County for communing with the environment. Nearby Shenandoah National Park there are miles of hiking trails of various difficulty levels.

Whether you crave a challenging hike or a peaceful stroll, you will always find a footpath to suit your needs. Your route will surely take you by scenic views and pristine solitude amidst the park’s towering trees and breathtaking waterfalls.

Another good option for those looking to stretch their legs is the award-winning Hawksbill Greenway in Luray. The path follows the length of the picturesque creek that runs through the center of town.

Whatever the reason for your outing during your cabin stay, a delightful selection of shopping and dining options are never far. You can browse for fine gifts or local crafts in the area’s unique boutiques, or if you are looking for a bite, you can find anything from gourmet cuisine to down-home fare. 

Before you set out on your adventure, check closures on Skyline Drive in case of inclement weather.

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