Luray is home to Shenandoah National Park—a 300 square mile wilderness playground in the middle of the Blue Ridge Mountains and one of the most popular and scenic areas in the national park system.
Visitors can enter Skyline Drive only 9 miles from Luray Caverns. The serpentine Skyline Drive crosses and re-crosses the crest of the Blue Ridge Mountains as it stretches like a ribbon among sixty mountain peaks. Seventy-five overlooks afford breathtaking views of the land of Shenandoah more than 4000 feet below.
Join the Executive Chef and Sous Chefs at Skyland or Big Meadows Lodge for a grand evening of fine food. Farm-to-table offerings are the heart of Shenandoah National Park’s culinary scene. That’s why our culinary team pairs events with local wineries, distilleries, orchards, and breweries so you’ll not only experience local beverages—you’ll get to interact with the artisans that craft them.
Events begin at 6:00 pm on selected dates and include multi-course dinners featuring entrees. Visit Culinary Events at www.GoShenandoah.com