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TABLE OF CONTENTS Visitor Centers .............................................................................. 5 Welcome ..................................................................................... 6-7 Our Towns & Communities Strasburg...................................................................................9 Toms Brook.............................................................................10 Woodstock..............................................................................11 Edinburg .................................................................................12 Mount Jackson......................................................................13 New Market............................................................................14 Bayse.........................................................................................15 Outdoor Recreation............................................................ 16-19 Disc Golf ........................................................................................20 Parks & Pools ...............................................................................21 Family Fun.............................................................................. 22-25 History .................................................................................... 26-27 Museums & Historical Points of Interest...................... 28-30 Food & Spirits ....................................................................... 31-32 Farms & Markets .................................................................. 38-41 Restaurants ........................................................................... 44-46 Arts & Culture ..............................................................................47 Shopping ............................................................................... 48-49 Hotels....................................................................................... 51-52 Bed & Breakfasts .................................................................. 53-55 Campgrounds..............................................................................56 Vacation Homes & Cabins .......................................................57 Annual Events....................................................................... 58-59 List of Advertisers/Photo Credits .........................................59 ŠShenandoah County Tourism. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or part in any form or by any means requires prior written permission from Shenandoah County Tourism. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information contained within this publication. Shenandoah County Tourism is not responsible for errors or omission. The listings and advertisements in this publication do not imply an endorsement by Shenandoah County Tourism.




SHENANDOAH COUNTY TOURISM OFFICE 600 North Main Street, Suite 101, Woodstock 540-459-6227

SHENANDOAH COUNTY CULTURAL HERITAGE MUSEUM 214 South Main Street, Edinburg 540-984-8400

MOUNT JACKSON TOWN OFFICES 5901 Main Street, Mount Jackson 540-477-2121

VIRGINIA MUSEUM OF THE CIVIL WAR 8895 George Collins Parkway, New Market 866-515-1864

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You deserve to take a break. The Woodstock lifestyle is defined by a slower pace of life, where you get to exhale, escaping the hustle and bustle, all while enjoying the beauty of the

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Discover trails, outfitters and other outdoor resources throughout the region. Map out your trip throughout the region on GEORGE WASHINGTON NATIONAL FOREST

Nearly 24% of Shenandoah County is National Forest filled with hiking, biking, and off highway vehicle (OHV) trails, picnic sites, camp sites, geocaching and more which time equestrians, hikers and mountain bikers may use the trails. fs.usda. gov/gwj

HIKING Shenandoah County is home to numerous hiking trails for all skill levels, which include spectacular views of the valley below, lush forests, the Shenandoah River, streams and wildlife. A wide variety of trails in the area offer opportunities for all skill levels from paved, handicap accessible and stroller-friendly paths to scenic overlooks to expert terrain navigating rock scrambles. For a list of trails and downloadable maps, visit hiking/

SHENANDOAH NATIONAL PARK 540-999-3500 Nearest park entrances are located in Front Royal and Luray.

Cascading waterfalls, spectacular vistas, quiet wooded hollows— take a hike, meander along Skyline Drive, or picnic with the family. 200,000 acres of protected lands are a haven to deer, songbirds, the night sky…and you.


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BRYCE RESORT MOUNTAIN BIKE PARK 1982 Fairway Drive, Bayse 540-856-2121


Bryce Resort’s 18-hole championship course is one of the Shenandoah Valley’s premier destinations for golf. Only 1½ hours from Washington, DC, our beautiful course offers stunning mountain views, tree lined fairways, and a tricky little creek which lazily winds its way back and forth across our links. Our course offers a challenge to golfers of all levels, especially to beginners using our PGA Family Tees.


Zipline adventures, fly fishing, grass skiing and boarding, summer tubing, and Lake Laura, with swimming, and canoes, paddleboards, and paddleboats for rent.

Bryce Resort features a custom designed mountain bike park featuring six lift-accessed trails with features unique to Bryce Resort. Trails range from beginner and learning terrain to advanced difficult terrain, some of which are over two miles long. The quad lift eliminates the need to pedal uphill, allowing maximum time for downhill thrills.


Eight unique trails, five lifts including a quad lift, a top rated ski and snowboard school and fantastic racing programs are just a few of the many amenities you will find on your next trip to Bryce. Bryce Resort offers skiing, snowboarding and snow tubing.

THE WOODSTOCK TOWER Built by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), the tower provides a stunning, panoramic, 360 degree view of Woodstock and the Seven Bends of the Shenandoah River from an elevation of over 2,000 ft. Located off of Woodstock Tower Road by way of Mill Road (GPS coordinates to the parking lot for the Woodstock Tower are 38.871973, -78.447241) Note: Woodstock Tower Road is not accessible to trailers, motor homes or RVs due to sharp curves and steep grades. This road is also closed when weather conditions warrant. Visit Visit Us Us Online Online Today Today at at 17 17


Get off the beaten path in the George Washington National Forest on the Peters Mill Run & Tasker’s Gap OHV Loop Trails, the largest OHV complex on public land in Virginia. Located near Edinburg, this facility features wooded trails with great views of the valley below. Note: This trail system is closed to motorized use from the 3rd Monday in January until the 3rd Monday in March during which time equestrians, hikers and mountain bikers may use the trails. Permits required. FSE_DOCUMENTS/stelprdb5443838. pdf

SHENVALEE GOLF RESORT 9660 Fairway Drive, New Market 888-339-3181

Discover all there is to love about beautiful, colonial Shenvalee. The centerpiece of the Resort is the 27-hole PGA golf course with a beautifully maintained and uniquely arranged front nine holes which

first opened to the public in 1927 with golfing legend Bobby Jones performing the honors. Shenvalee also offers onsite lodging and dining options.

FORT VALLEY RANCH 299 South Fort Valley Road Fort Valley, 888-754-5771 540-933-6633

“Mountain Trail Riding at its Best”. Guided Mountain Horseback riding; Wagon Rides, Bunkhouse cabins; Horse & Mule Campground; Guest Ranch Packages. Open all year.

VIRGINIA BICYCLING ADVENTURES $ 191 Abby Lane Strasburg, VA 22657 540-465-4202

Professionally planned, self-guided road bicycle tours of Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley and surrounding mountains. Packages and itineraries tailored to your interests, schedule, and skill level. We take care of accommodations-you enjoy the ride.


The North Fork is an ideal river to float by canoe. Clear water, pleasant scenery, abundant wildlife, and mild whitewater make the North Fork a paddler’s dream. However, low

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flows during the summer months often require canoeists to walk their boats through shallow areas. The primary navigational hazards on the river are six dams and several low-water bridges.


MURRAY’S FLY SHOP 121 South Main Street Edinburg, 540-856-2121

As the North Fork cuts through the Shenandoah Valley many bedrock ledges cross the channel perpendicular to the flow of the river. These features are very common in the Seven Bends section of the river between Woodstock and Edinburg and create unique fish habitat and angling can be very productive. The North Fork is a relatively small, shallow river and is very accessible to wade angling.

Serving fisherman since 1962, Murray’s offers fly-fishing schools, lessons, guide services, and supplies.


5140 Zepp Road, Maurertown 540-436-3384 Open Saturdays and Sundays, March – September.



Bragnrightsoutfitters.vpweb. com 1009 Smith Creek Road New Market, 540-740-4373

State-wide resource for available fish species, stocking times and trip planning.

Cast a line on a ¾ mile stretch of Smith Creek. Fed by two mountain brooks and covered by a heavy canopy of foliage from mature trees, this is the perfect area for trout, fly fishing or rod and reel rigs.

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Museum • Visitor Center • Restaurant • Shops • Events

There are stories here...


“An unexpected treasure.”

Museum/Visitor Center / Gift Shop Open Daily Mon - Sat 9:30-5:30/Sun Noon-5

Heritage Mill Wine Shop Tue - Sat 11:30-6:30

Edinburg Mill Restaurant

Bkfast, Lunch and Dinner served Wed-Sunday

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OUR TOWNS PARKS & DISC GOLF DISC GOLF DISC GOLF AT THE SHENANDOAH COUNTY PARK Park Lane Maurertown, VA 22644 The Signal View Disc Golf Course offers a challenging circuit with a practice basket and 18 holes that meander in and out of the park’s open meadows and woods.

The course provides beginner, intermediate, and advanced tee pads.


1982 Fairway Dr. Basye, VA 22810 Follow this unique 9-hole course starting with a lift ride to the top of the mountain and play your way back to the base. Open AprilSeptember

PARKS SHENANDOAH COUNTY PARK U.S. Route 11 between Toms Brook and Maurertown

Facilities include one baseball field, one lighted softball field, one softball field, two sand volleyball courts, two tennis courts, one basketball court, a children’s playground, two picnic shelters with grills, a walking trail, gazebos, several open meadows, and a disc golf course. There is a Civil War

marker within the park describing the Toms Brook Battlefield, located in a meadow that overlooks Signal Knob, the northern peak of Massanutten Mountain.


(Opening 2019) seven-bends South Hollingsworth Road Woodstock 800-933-7275 - 540-622-6840


Picnic pavillions, Riverwalk trail, public river access and boat launch, playground, pool, tennis courts, basketball courts, sand volleyball court, and baseball, softball, and soccer fields.


Picnic pavilions and pool, playground, basketball courts, tennis courts, and walking loop.

TOWN OF WOODSTOCK 540-459-3621

W.O. Riley Park and Pool Picnic pavilions, lighted tennis

and basketball courts, soccer field, playground, pool, splashpad, and home of the summer concert series Woodstock ROCS. Dog Park at Fairview Park West North Street, next to I-81 Woodstock, VA 22664

TOWN OF EDINBURG 540-984-8521

Madison District Park and Pool Picnic pavilions, playground, tennis courts, and pool. A basketball court and softball field as adjacent to the park, on county property.

TOWN OF NEW MARKET 540-740-3432

Picnic pavilions, pool, tennis and basketball courts.

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SHENANDOAH CAVERNS 261 Caverns Road Shenandoah Caverns 888-4-Cavern 540-477-3115

Open every day except Christmas Day. Thrilling visitors from around the world, Shenandoah Caverns is the only cavern in Virginia with elevator service! Explorers of all ages will discover an underground world of wonder. You’ll see the famous “Breakfast Bacon” limestone formations, so unusual they appeared in National Geographic magazine. Guests can also mine for their own gems at the Dino Mining Sluice.


397 Caverns Road, Quicksburg 540-477-4300

American Celebration on Parade hosts spectacular parade floats from famous national celebrations such as the Rose Parade, Presidential inaugural parades, the Miss America Parade, the Thanksgiving parades, and more. Open seasonally, please call for information.


There was a time when children couldn’t wait to visit city department stores during the holiday season to look at the elaborate

window displays. Now children of all ages can experience the same excitement when they visit Main Street of Yesteryear. Enjoy window displays featuring more than 100 animated figures, many of them were part of original displays that appeared over a half century ago. (Located at Shenandoah Caverns)


The Yellow Barn at Shenandoah Caverns features antique carriages and farm equipment and an indoor beehive. There is also a country gift shop. Home to the annual Shenandoah Uncorked event each November.

CORN MAZE AT BRIDGEMONT FARMS 600 Wissler Road Quicksburg 540-477-4200

September-November Hayrides, pedal carts, kids maze, flashlight nights and more.

HEAVENLY HEART FARM & MINI PETTING ZOO 3795 Swover Creek Rd. Edinburg, VA 22824 540-984-3925

Rescued animals by appointment on farm or we come to you for special events. Follow us on Facebook or contact unicorn1@

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Since 1922

Virginia’s only cavern with elevator service, only 2 minutes from I-81.

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POSEY THISISIT LLAMA FARM 754 Harrisville Road Toms Brook 540-436-3517

Posey Thisisit Llama Farm is a family run, working, teaching llama farm. Open year round by appointment. Llama yarn & products and sheep wool are for sale. Tours & classes available- adoption too!

THE PUMPKIN PATCH AT MT. AIRY FARM 863 Mt. Airy Lane Mt. Jackson 540-481-0242

Mt. Airy Farm is a family-friendly place where you can pick your own pumpkins, with a selection of gourds, Indian corn, mums and a kid’s play land.

ROUTE 11 POTATO CHIPS 11 Edwards Way, Mount Jackson 800-294-SPUD

Our factory is open to the public Mondays – Saturdays, 9am-5pm. Closed on major holidays. Large windows in the retail store allow visitors to see the entire potato chip production process, with the exception of the peeling of the potatoes. We will be happy to talk to you about the potatoes, the process, and the daily realities of chipland. There are no walk through tours of our facility. If you have a large group (15 people or more), please call ahead so we know you’re coming. Individuals, families and small groups are welcome at anytime. If you are coming specifically to fry view, it is best to call in advance to

THE MEEMS BOTTOM COVERED BRIDGE Located off U. S. Route 11 between the towns of Mount Jackson and New Market. Wissler Road GPS coordinates 38.720831, -78.655139 Originally built in 1894, the Meems Bottom Covered Bridge is the longest and one of only four publically accessible covered bridges remaining in Virginia. The bridge is named for the Meem family that owned the Strathmore estate west of the Shenandoah River. The 204-foot single-span Burr arch truss bridge spans the North Fork of the Shenandoah River. The bridge carried travelers for more than 80 years until it was burned by vandals on October 1976. The bridge was reconstructed after salvaging the original timbers.

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make sure we’re cooking. Plenty of chips to sample and purchase and there is no charge for fry viewing.

you to explore the best family activities in the Shenandoah Valley.

SKYLINE PAINTBALL AND LASER TAG 130 W. Court Street, Woodstock 540-692-4208 Paint Your Own Pottery Studio 363 Radio Station Road Strasburg 540-465-9537

SHENANDOAH VALLEY KIDS TRAIL Bucket the Snail invites children to make a bucket list of things they want to do before they grow up! This free itinerary planner allows


WOODSTOCK COMMUNITY THEATRE 136 North Main Street Woodstock Movie info: 540-984-7221 Theatre: 540-459-2221 Three screens featuring new releases.

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HISTORY Shenandoah County was established in 1772 and originally named after Lord Dunmore, Governor of Virginia. The name was changed to Shenandoah in 1778 and is believed to be named after the Senedo Indians. Visitors can learn about and experience the rich history of Shenandoah County by visiting the community museums listed in this guide. History lovers are encouraged to visit the Shenandoah County Library website for more information at faq or visit the website of the Shenandoah County Historical Society,

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OUR HISTORY Shenandoah County is proud to be located within the Shenandoah Valley Battlefields National Historic District and is a proud partner of the Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation.


VISITOR CENTER & MUSEUM 103 North Main Street, Woodstock, 540-459-1795 Open Thursday-Sunday, 11am-4pm

Constructed in 1795 of native limestone, the Shenandoah County Historic Courthouse is the oldest courthouse west of the Blue Ridge Mtns. in continuous use. It saw much activity during the Civil War, with troops from both sides in and around the building and leaving their mark with graffiti on interior walls. A Greek Revival addition was built in 1871 that contained a new courtroom and construction in 1886 added clerk’s offices in the Victorian style. The front of the building was altered in 1927 with the addition of columns and a portico. The building’s cupola is topped with a weathervane of delicate scrollwork and a figure of uncertain identity even today. The courthouse served as the center of county government until the early 20th century. Adjacent to the courthouse, the traditional Lawyer’s Row remains though the original buildings are used for other purposes. The courthouse now serves as a Visitor’s Center, Historic Courtroom Museum, Shenandoah County Historical Society offices, community use space and for periodic court use. Visit Us Us Online Online Today Today at at 27 27 Visit


Learn about the Shenandoah Valley’s rich heritage, from Native Americans who first shaped the land, to pioneers of this frontier. The Valley also witnessed some of the most dramatic events of the Civil War,including the Battle of Cedar Creek, a decisive October 19, 1864 Union victory.


2883 Quicksburg Rd. Quicksburg 434-922-2029 Visit the only preserved antebellum African American burial ground in Shenandoah County. Open to the public for free from dusk until dawn daily.

FISHER’S HILL BATTLEFIELD the-battle-of-fishers-hill/

Part of Sheridan’s 1864 Shenandoah Valley Campaign, this battlefield site has a self-guided walking tour, Civil War Markers, and scenic views.

FORT VALLEY MUSEUM 8631 Dry Run Road at Fort Valley Road, Fort Valley

Open weekends May-October This free museum is housed in an old brick church. Exhibits tell the history of life in the Fort Valley and include the one-room school, Seven Fountains Resort, Fort Valley’s manganese mines, life at home, and music. Open weekends May-Oct.

HUPP’S HILL CIVIL WAR PARK AND MUSEUM Cedar Creek Battlefield Foundation 33229 Old Valley Pike, Strasburg 540-465-5884

The walking trails through the 18-acre Civil War earthworks provide visitors with a relaxing stroll through the beautiful grounds, a fresh perspective of the local natural and manmade environment, and the history of the site. The newly refurbished museum tells the story of the Shenandoah Valley in 1864, the various of battles and actions that were fought here, and the hardships the women and children endured to maintain their homes, farms and businesses while the men were serving in the military. A film called “The Battle of Cedar Creek” is shown in the theatre room.

MOUNT JACKSON MUSEUM 5901 Main Street, Mount Jackson 540-477-3951 Open year-round. Thursday -Saturday 1-4pm; Located inside the Mount Jackson Town Hall, the Mount Jackson Museum features early town history, Civil War history, and interesting artifacts and exhibits.

OUR SOLDIERS CEMETERY U.S. Route 11 , Mount Jackson

Established 1861; first dedicated in 1866. Final resting place for over 400 soldiers from 11 states.

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tour platform. Allows visitors to search historical attractions by map, location or various themes and tours.


The Strasburg Museum, called “The Best Little Museum in Virginia,” features a red caboose, a model railroad, original Strasburg Pottery, Civil War articles, colonial and Victorian Rooms, Native American and Black History exhibits.

Located next to Stony Creek and along U. S. Route 11. Open year-round No charge for Visitor Center and first floor retail shop. Small fee for admission to second and third floor exhibits. Visitor Center, three story museum with theater featuring “The Burning”, retail shops including a wine shop, restaurants, and public event rooms available. The Edinburg Mill, built in 1848, is one of the few mills to escape “The Burning” of the Valley during the Civil War. See the scorched timbers still visible.

VIRGINIA MUSEUM OF THE CIVIL WAR AND NEW MARKET BATTLEFIELD STATE HISTORICAL PARK Explore the history and culture of Shenandoah County through this award-winning web-based 214 S. Main Street, Edinburg 540-984-8400


Originally built in 1795, the historic courthouse now features exhibits depicting the history of Shenandoah County with rotating exhibits from local museums. Be sure to also view the Civil War era graffiti that adorns many of the walls. Thursday – Saturday, 11 am – 4 pm


179 Grace Lane New Market 931-607-6321

Historic farm related equipment and collectibles.

STRASBURG MUSEUM 440 East King Street Strasburg 540-465-3175 8895 George Collins Parkway New Market 540-740-3101, 866-515-1864

Virginia’s only state-owned Civil War museum. The park includes the Virginia Museum of the Civil War, focusing on the war in Virginia and the Battle of New Market, authentically preserved battlefield property and the historic Bushong Farm, which is included in the National Register of Historic Places. The museum shows the Emmy Award winning film, “Field of Lost Shoes” hourly. Open daily 9-5 except New Year’s Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve and Day. The site is part of the Virginia Military Institute Museum System, including the Virginia Museum of the Civil War, Stonewall Jackson House and V.M.I. Museum.

WOODSTOCK MUSEUM 104 S. Muhlenberg Street Woodstock 540-459-5518

Open May-October, ThursdaySaturday. Will open other times by appointment. The Woodstock Museum consists of two 18th century houses, the Marshall House and the Wickham House. The museum houses an extensive collection of local and regional artifacts. “Preserving the past for the future.”

Open daily, May-October.

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OUR TOWNS If you think small-town America is gone forever, you haven’t been to Edinburg lately.

You can drive through in a few minutes, but stop awhile! Visit the Shenandoah Valley Cultural Heritge Museum at the Edinburg Mill with a fascinating collection of items showing life in the valley. Enjoy a meal at the infamous Sal’s, Penelopes Cafe, Carmela’s or Pixies. The Ole time Festival brings thousands to town in September! Bring mom and a chair and sit by the road waiting for the parade. The whole weekend is a wonderful small-town event.

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Two 18thcentury Houses & Carriage House Filled with Local Artifacts

104 S. Muhlenberg St, Woodstock, VA 540-459-5518

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CAVE RIDGE VINEYARD 2110 Quicksburg Road Quicksburg 540-740-8464 1476 Conicville Road Mount Jackson 540-477-2585

Family owned and operated. Our approach is to produce wines that emphasize the fruit character of the grape using a minimalist approach to our wine making. Open Wednesday-Sunday


Open Wednesday-Sunday. Also serving Life is Hard Cider..

Open by appointment

WOLF GAP VINEYARD 16 Serendipity Road, Woodstock 540-459-7033 Winner of the 2015 Governor’s Cup for their 2009 Clio Blend. The wines are made exclusively from grapes grown on the estates and the fermenting, pressing, barrel-aging and bottling of the wine are also down only at the domain. Open Friday-Sunday 12pm – 6pm

NORTH MOUNTAIN VINEYARD AND WINERY 4374 Swartz Road, Maurertown 540-436-9463

SHENANDOAH VINEYARDS 3659 South Ox Road, Edinburg 540-984-8699

THE WINERY AT KINDRED POINTE 3575 Conicville Road Mount Jackson 540-477-3570 7384 Zepp Road, Star Tannery 540-436-8394


“Wine” down at Third Hill Winery at DeMello Vineyards. Experience the Shenandoah State of Mind, wonderful wines, and the back road country heritage surrounding us. 123 Stout Road, Edinburg 540-984-3306

BREWERIES BOX OFFICE BREWERY 177 East King Street, Strasburg 540-233-3353

Craft beer brewed on site in a 1918 theatre. Once a gathering place in the roaring 20’s, it will again be a gathering place 100 years later! Food menu and local wine served. Coming 2018! Follow our progress on Facebook.

RIDGE RUNNER FARMS & BREWING CO. 6895 Back Road, Maurertown 571-201-2963

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FOOD AND SPIRITS SWOVER CREEK FARM BREWERY 4176 Swover Creek Road Edinburg 540-984-8973

Enjoy hand crafted, small batch produced beer while sitting in our taproom, or outside in the loafing area or beer garden. Sit back and enjoy the farm and tranquil atmosphere. Pets welcome outside.

also available from Muse Vineyards. Enjoy BBQ from our partner 1752 BBQ on most Fridays and Saturdays.

DISTILLERIES FILIBUSTER DISTILLERY 80 Maurertown Mill Road Maurertown 703-350-7276

Small batch production whiskey, gin and rye produced using local ingredients. Their “Dual Cask” method combines the long-held tradition of new American oak aging with the avant - garde approach of a shorter, secondary aging period in Wine-seasoned French oak.

SIBLINGS RIVALRY BREWERY 234 West King Street Strasburg 540-671-3893

WOODSTOCK BREWHOUSE 123 East Court Street Woodstock 540-459-BREW (2739)

Local brewery within a historic, 1920s era building. Featuring a variety of craft beers brewed on site, house-made sodas, flatbread pizzas and other light fare. Wine


540-481-0762 or 703-789-1882

Join us for award-winning wine and stunning views. Friday-Sunday, 12-6pm. Winner of the 2015 Governor's Cup! 16 Serendipity Lane Woodstock, VA 22664

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1341 Conicville Road Mount Jackson 540-477-3550

By appointment. Local hog farm raising fresh, healthy, local pork with no growth hormones. From the farm to your table- fresh pork you will enjoy.

BRYCE FARMERS MARKET 1982 Fairway Drive Bayse 540-856-2121

Seasonal. Wednesdays May-September.

CHAMPION U-PICK STRAWBERRIES 100 Bindery Road New Market 540-975-0791

DEAUVILLE FARM 7648 Crooked Run Road Basye 540-856-2130

Former deer farm now selling naturally grown pick-your-own vegetables & gather-your-own eggs.

FORT VALLEY NURSERY 1175 S. Hisey Avenue Woodstock 540-459-5151

Garden-enthusiasts have made Fort Valley Nursery and Café part of their Shenandoah Valley experience. Come browse to your heart’s content and take inspiration home with you!

J & L GREEN FARM 4010 Swover Creek Road Edinburg Farm tours and local products.

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FORT VALLEY NURSERY 1175 S. Hisey Avenue Woodstock 540-459-5151 Garden-enthusiasts have made Fort Valley Nursery and cafe part of their Shenandoah Valley experience. Browse their extensive gift shop and take inspiration home with you!

GABALOT GARDENS 373 Green Acre Drive Strasburg 540-465-3246 A veggie lover’s dream! Over 75 varieties of tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, herbs, cucumbers and more. Also selling flowers, aquatics, tropicals and more.

J&L GREEN FARM 4010 Swover Creek Road Edinburg Farm tours and local beef, pork, chicken, turkey and eggs. Open Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Shipping available.

MOUNTAIN VIEW CHRISTMAS TREE FARM farms/mtnview 2155 Rittenour Road Edinburg 540-459-5584

Day after Thanksgiving-Christmas

MOWERY ORCHARD 24247 Senedo Road Woodstock 540-459-8645

Open daily April – December 23 January – March open weekends. Mowery Orchard is a local roadside farm market, family owned and operated since 1985. Fresh local fruit, produce, milk, cheeses, honey, eggs, meat and more. Vegetable and bedding plants, hanging baskets and herbs. Find us on Facebook.

NATURAL ART GARDEN CENTER 27358 Old Valley Pike Toms Brook 540-436-3130 Amazing selection

of unusual and hard-to-find plants. Handmade mini-gardening plants & accessories. Handmade wreaths. Award winning landscape designs.

FIELDS OF GOLD Discover the home-grown side of Virginia in the Shenandoah Valley. Pick your own fruit in one of our orchards, stroll through a farmers market, enjoy a wine tasting, tour a working farm, celebrate at a farm festival, or feast on a locally-grown meal at one of our farm-to-table restaurants.

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PAUGH’S ORCHARD 5591 Senedo Road Quicksburg 540-740-8028 4176 Swover Creek Road Edinburg 540-984-8973

Family-owned orchard with roadside fruit and vegetable stand, located along scenic Route 42. 181 West King Street Strasburg 540-465-4444

A Virginia Century Farm. Farm craft brewery open year-round. Seasonal pick your own berries, including red and black raspberries, blueberries, blackberries and gooseberries. Smoked sausages, wood-fired pizzas, homemade foods including sweetbreads and cookies.



Open Saturdays year round.

Open April-Nov with some Dec hours. Family owned market specializing in our own fruits, vegetables and beef. Family activities include playground, mining sluice for kids and picnic area.

POT TOWN ORGANICS 5199 John Marshall Highway Strasburg 540-465-2729 336 South Main Street Woodstock 540-933-6008

STRASBURG FARMERS MARKET 181 W. King Street Strasburg 540-465-4444

Open seasonally, Saturday mornings, 9am-1pm

Kary Haun Studio Pottery Studio and Gallery open by appointment (540)335-0780

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Good coffee, gourmet breakfast and lunch plus delicious fresh-made desserts. A comfortable place to hang around.


The Community meets here!

A new menu seasonally ...something to look forward to before the weekend.

WEEKENDS... NEW! Brunch is now

served both Sat & Sun! And on Sunday, stay for an afternoon of music featuring the best of local musicians.

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A shop of products we all need for entertaining from specialty foods to beautiful ways to serve them!


Special events thruout the

year...check our website for the busy calendar! Get your tickets early...they sell out fast!


The WINE & BEER SHOP looks small, but it’s a busy place! Always the best found locally and around the world.

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Mon-Fri 8-6 • Sat-Sun 9-5 • Thurs Nite Dinner 5-9 Sat & Sun Brunch 9 -1:30 • Sun Afternoon Music 2-4

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RESTAURANTS Strasburg I 81 Exit 298

CASTIGLIA’S 33820 Old Valley Pike 540-465-8777 CIRO’S ITALIAN RESTAURANT & PIZZA 788 Shopping Center Rd 540-465-5125 CRABBY MAGGIE’S SEAFOOD 149 North Massanutten St 540-465-2222 CRISTINA’S CAFÉ 219 W. King St. 540-465-2311

Family-owned café focusing on fresh, locally-sourced ingredients. Featuring live music, fair trade coffee, microbrew beer, and wine. Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

DENNY’S RESTAURANT 119 Hite Ln., 540-465-9090 FOX’S PIZZA & CHESTER FRIED CHICKEN 289 N. Massanutten St. 540-465-3332 GOLDEN CHINA ASIAN CUISINE 33820 Old Valley Pike 540-465-1388 GREAT WALL RESTAURANT 782 Shopping Center Rd. 540-465-8336 HANGOUTS GRILL 35 Brandy Ct. 540-465-1300

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HOTEL STRASBURG 213 S. Holliday St 540-465-9191


350 East King St 540-465-5375 THE ITALIAN JOB 149 North Massanutten St 540-465-8531 JALISCO MEXICAN RESTAURANT 348 E. King St. 540-465-5300 JC BBQ 318 East King St 540-481-6998 PAT’S CAKES & DELI 136 East King St 540-325-7425 QUEEN STREET DINER 728 East Queen St. 540-465-8858 HISTORICAL HOMEMAKER BAKERY 130 N. Massanutten St. 540-686-6883

Tom’s Brook I-81 Exit 291

ARBY’S 1015 Mount Olive Rd 540-436-8048 BROTHER’S PIZZA & SUBS 24842 Old Valley Pike 540-436-3777


DAIRY QUEEN 1014 Mount Olive Rd 540-436-3277

JOE’S STEAK HOUSE 124 S. Main St. 540-459-5637

SUBWAY 1014 Mount Olive Rd 540-436-3277


Woodstock I-81 Exit 283

1752 BBQ the-food/ 123 East Court St 540-459-BREW ASIAN SPICE 914 S. Main St. 540-459-8815 BEN’S DINER 476 N. Main St. 540-459-4322 CANDY’S DINER 21874 Old Valley Pike 540-459-4292 CaraMELized 1296 S. Main St. 540-459-8181 CHINA WOK 1019 S. Main St. , 540-459-2885 479 W. Reservoir Rd. 540-459-7815 CRACKER BARREL OLD COUNTRY STORE 451 W. Reservoir Rd. 540-459-3033 ITALIAN TOUCH PIZZA INC. 345 W. Reservoir Rd. 540-459-8785

870 South Main St 540-459-9222 LAS TRANCAS 1051 S. Main St. 540-459-1622 or 540-459-1623 PAISANOS 483 W. Reservoir Rd. 540-459-8756 SHAFFER’S CATERING, BARBECUE, AND DELI 913 S. Main St. 540-459-3744 SUNRISE CAFÉ 1032 S. Main St. 540-459-5886 PIZZA BELLA 1013 South Main St 540-459-5363 THE SPRING HOUSE TAVERN 325 S. Main St. 540-459-4755 WOODSTOCK BREWHOUSE 123 East Court St 540-459-BREW Local brewery within a historic, 1920s era building. Featuring a variety of craft beers brewed on site, house-made sodas, flatbread pizzas and other light fare. Wine also available from Muse Vineyards. Enjoy BBQ from our partner 1752 BBQ on most Fridays and Saturdays.

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The Woodstock Café & Shoppes offers great food, unique gifts and pleasant company seven days a week, all year. Live music, special dinners, and extensive wine and microbrew selection. Seasonal outdoor seating available. 8am-6pm. M-F; 9am-5pm. Open for Dinner Thursdays

WOODSTOCK GARDEN CAFÉ 1175 Hisey Ave. 540-459-8226 Located within the Fort Valley Nursery, the Garden Café is a quiet place to have lunch with a friend, all the while surrounded by plants and nature in a peaceful setting. Ask about our special events.

Edinburg I 81 Exit 279

BEAN’S BARBECUE 117 South Main St. 540-325-3738 CARMELLA’S CAFÉ 102 S. Main St. 540-984-8330 PENELOPE’S CAFÉ 305 N. Main St. 540-984-8801 EDINBURG MILL RESTAURANT 214 South Main St 540-984-8855 RUTZ BACK YARD BBQ AND CATERING 107 N. Main St. 540-984-3988 SAL’S ITALIAN BISTRO & RISTORANTE 125 S. Main St. 540-984-9300

Mt. Jackson I 81 Exit 273

CHINA KING 5330 Main St. 540-477-4060

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DENNY’S RESTAURANT 250 Conicville Blvd. 540-477-9332 ITALIAN TOUCH 5320 Main St. 540-477-4042

SHRINEMONT 221 Shrine Mont Circle Orkney Springs 540-856-2141 SUBWAY 5334 Main St 540-477-9728 COPPER KETTLE 1982 Fairway Dr. 540-856-2121

New Market I 81 Exit 264

JACKSON’S CORNER CAFE 540 Congress St. 540-740-9010 KATHY’S HOME COOKING CAFÉ 9478 Congress St. 540-740-9007


185 Lee Hwy 540-740-8086 SOUTHERN KITCHEN 9576 S. Congress St. 540-740-3514 THE ITALIAN JOB 140 W. Old Cross Rd. 540-740-4448 THE MILLER GRILLE AT SHENVALEE 9660 Fairway Dr. 888-339-3181


In addition to our local galleries and cultural venues, Shenandoah County is home to the Shenandoah County Artisan Trail, an extensive network of artists, craftsmen, agri-artisans such as farms, nurseries and vineyards, unique lodging facilities, retail shops, historical attractions and other points of interest. See where the creativity happens, talk to the artists and share this unique perspective on the daily fabric of an artist’s life. Visit for a complete list of trail sites. 7 EAST GALLERY 123 S. Main Street, Woodstock 540-459-7500

Original fine art in a variety of media and unique hand-crafted pieces created by Shenandoah Valley artists and artisans.

CHICKADEES ART GALLERY 9299 S. Congress Street New Market, 540-740- 4330

Potter’s studio with a variety of other art and gifts. Watch the potter work on site. Open Thursday, Friday, Sunday and Monday, 11-5.

KARY HAUN STUDIO 101 E. North St, Woodstock 540-335-0780

PENELOPE’S GALLERY AND CAFÉ 305 North Main Street Edinburg 540-984-8801 ROUSS CENTER FOR THE ARTS 9357 North Congress Street New Market 540-705-0313 THEATRE SHENANDOAH 507 Center Street, Edinburg 540-984-3972 SHENANDOAH VALLEY MUSIC FESTIVAL 540-459-3396

Office location Woodstock Festival location Orkney Springs, VA Outdoor summer concert series. July through September (visit website for complete concert calendar).

Functional Porcelain Pottery in a small log house studio/gallery. Call ahead.

LAUGHING ORANGE STUDIO 3397 Hillcrest Dr., Tom’s Brook 540-436-8155

STAUFFERSTADT ARTS King Street Strasburg Outdoor murals along Strasburg’s King Street

Frogs, fossils, fish, flowers and rabbits tell stories in my clay.

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THE VIRGINIA FARMHOUSE 125 N. Main Street Woodstock, 540-459-9006

Over 70 VA wines plus cider and beer Locally sourced eggs, meat and dairy Gourmet foods including locally roasted coffee from Cabin Creek Roasters Potter and custom home decor made onsite. Custom gift baskets and bags.

CLEMENTINE VINTAGE 148 East King Street Strasburg

Vintage and new home decor and gift items. Event space also available.

THE FLEA MARKET 164 Landfill Road, Edinburg 540-984-8771

90 INDOOR BOOTHS filled with an immense selection of antiques, books, collectibles, furniture, glassware, vintage items, one-of-a-kind treasures, and deals! Open year round on Friday, Saturday and Sunday 8am – 5pm.

HERITAGE MILL WINES 1848 214 South Main St, Edinburg 540-984-4077

Selling fine wines & the rest is history! Wine, cheese, craft beers, and complimentary food and gifts located in the historic Edinburg Mill.

SPRING HOLLOW ANTIQUES 322 S. Main St. Woodstock 540-459-3946

Antiques and vintage items on display in this homey single owner shop. Specializing in unique Shenandoah Valley furniture, pottery, quilts, tools, toys, jewelry and more since 1986.

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STILL RIVER DAYS ANTIQUES 9438 South Congress Street New Market5 40-383-4338

Eccentric antique store where the owners clean and carefully display each item giving thought to its “rehoming”. Closed Tuesdays.

THE STRASBURG EMPORIUM 160 N. Massanutten Street Strasburg, 540-465-3711

Antiques and rarites: furniture, books, records, paintings, Civil War memorabilia, Valley & local pottery, architectural, glassware, estate jewelry, & more.

THE PANTRY AT 117 117 S. Main St., Woodstock 540-459-8888

Offering unique gifts, souvenir t-shirts, quality jewelry, scarves, and local art and other items.

THE SHOP ON MAIN STREET 212 North Main St, Edinburg

Antiques, art, women’s clothing, jewelry and more. Open ThursdaySaturday

WOODSTOCK CAFÉ AND SHOPPES 117 S. Main Street, Woodstock 540-459-8888

The Shoppes of the Woodstock Café offers unique gifts, souvenir t-shirts, quality jewelry, scarves, and local art and other items.


In addition to those businesses listed above each town offers a unique variety of locally-owned shops, boutiques, studios and specialty stores. Please visit each town to explore the categories listed below: STRASBURG

Antiques, Bakery, Home Décor, Fine Arts/ Crafts, Gifts, Floral, Gifts, Grocery, Music, Pharmacy


Antiques, Baby Gifts, Home Décor, Fine Arts/Crafts, Floral/Nursery, Food/

Wine/Beer, Gifts, Grocery, Framing, Pharmacy, Sewing & Knitting, Women’s Apparel


Antiques, Bakery, Fine Arts/Crafts, Gifts, Hobby Shop


Antiques, Fine Arts/Crafts, Food/Wine/ Beer, Gifts, Grocery, Toys


Antiques, Food/Wine/Beer, Gifts, Grocery, Home Décor, Sporting Goods

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Over 55,000 Square Feet of Antique, Retro, Vintage Collectibles & Furniture!

The Strasburg Emporium

Open 7 Days a Week! Sunday through Thursday 10 to 5pm Friday and Saturday 10 to 6pm

160 North Massanutten St. Strasburg, Virginia 22657 540-465-3711 Close to the I-81/66 Interchange on Route 11. Like us on FACEBOOK!

HOTELS Strasburg


BUDGET INN 28999 Old Valley Pike Strasburg 540-465-5298

ECONO LODGE va/671 1290 S. Main Street, Woodstock 540-459-4086 • 877-487-5634

I 81 Exit 298

Pet friendly.

FAIRFIELD INN & SUITES 33760 Old Valley Pike Strasburg 540-465-1600 Reservations 800-228-2800

Views of Massanutten Mountain. Fitness center and indoor pool.

HOTEL STRASBURG 213 S. Holliday Street Strasburg 800-348-8327

Hospitality and ambiance of the Victorian age. Quaint pub and casual/ fine dining on site.

RAMADA INN strasburg-virginia/ramadastrasburg/overview 25 Brandi Court, Strasburg 800-348-8327 Pet friendly, close to attractions and dining.

VALLEY VIEW MOTEL 29156 Old Valley Pike Strasburg 540-465-8510

I 81 Exit 283

Outdoor pool, pet friendly, free hot breakfast.

COMFORT INN 1011 Motel Drive, Woodstock 540-459-7600

Free hot breakfast buffet. Free high speed internet access, microwave and refrigerator in all rooms Seasonal outdoor pool. Adjacent to Shenandoah County fairgrounds. Pet friendly.

HAMPTON INN & SUITES 1150 Motel Drive, Woodstock 540-459-7111

Enjoy a free hot breakfast, WIFI, indoor pool, and much more at the Award Winning Hampton Inn & Suites in Historic Woodstock.


Newly renovated! Complimentary express start hot breakfast. Simply Smart bedding and bath amenities, Internet, micro-fridge, LCD TV, outdoor pool and fitness center.

Reasonable rates. Sorry, no pets. Located along U. S. Route 11 between Strasburg and Woodstock.

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Mount Jackson I 81 Exit 273

MOTEL 6 en/ 250 Conicville Blvd. Mount Jackson 540-477-2911 Denny’s restaurant on site open 24 hours. Newly Renovated.

New Market I 81 Exit 264

BUDGET INN 2192 Old Valley Pike New Market 540-740-3105 • 800-296-6835 Playground and pet friendly.

BLUE RIDGE INN 2251 Old Valley Pike New Market 540-740-4136 • 800-545-8776 Cozy, country-style rooms. Nonsmoking, mountain views. No pets.

DAYS INN BATTLEFIELD 2251 Old Valley Pike New Market 540-740-4100

Outdoor pool, flat screen TVs, pet friendly, free breakfast.

QUALITY INN SHENANDOAH VALLEY qualityinn-shenandoahvalley. com 162 W. Old Cross Road New Market 540-740-3141

AAA 3 diamond rating. Outdoor pool, interior corridors, refrigerators and microwaves. Gift shop and banquet/ meeting facilities.

Orkney Springs I 81 Exit 264

SHRINE MONT 221 Shrine Mont Circle Orkney Springs 540-856-2141

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BED BED & BREAKFASTS & BREAKFASTS A conference and retreat center on 1,200 acres in Orkney Springs, VA and serving up to 550 people. Facilities include a renovated 19th century resort and a number of cottages.

American plan – all meals included. Open early April through October. Swimming, tennis and miles of hiking trails make this truly “A Place Apart”.


Friendly hospitality, historic surroundings, modern comforts. Along the Shenandoah River, two miles south of Woodstock. Fishing, hiking, vineyards, and fine restaurants nearby.

I 81 Exit 298

HOLLIDAY HOUSE BED & BREAKFAST 112 East King Street Strasburg 540-465-5464

Woodstock I 81 Exit 283

THE INN AT NARROW PASSAGE 30 Chapman Landing Road Edinburg 540-459-8000 • 800-459-8002

Edinburg I 81 Exit 279

EDINBURG RENAISSANCE BED & BREAKFAST 212 N. Main Street, Edinburg 540-984-8286

Convenient to Valley attractions including vineyards, caverns, National Forests, Civil War sites, James Madison University, ballooning, fishing, antiquing, and shopping.

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Real Comfort and real value from your friends at Hampton!

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Free full hot breakfast Indoor pool & spa Fully equipped fitness center Complimentary high speed WiFi Whirlpool celebration suites Business Center Room blocks available Banquet & Meeting rooms available Pet friendly

1150 Motel Drive Woodstock, VA 22664 540-459-7111

Friendly hospitality, historic surroundings, modern comforts.

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Shrine Mont

BED & BREAKFASTS Located in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley

April through early November

. . . A Place Apart Accommodations for up to 500

American Plan (includes meals) Hotel rooms and cottages Ample meeting spaces Recreational activities abound All Are Welcome! For more information

The Virginia House formerly the Historic Orkney Springs Hotel

Mount Jackson


WIDOW KIP’S COUNTRY INN 355 Orchard Drive Mount Jackson 540-477-2400 • 800-478-8714

RIVER BLUFF FARM BED AND BREAKFAST 183 Quicksburg Mill Lane Quicksburg 540-454-9751

THE HAY LOFT Buck Hill Road Mount Jackson 757-362-6672

New Market

I 81 Exit 273

Located on 7 rural acres and 50 yards from the Shenandoah River. In-ground pool, pet friendly, central to attractions. Rooms and cottages available.

Newly built space with beautiful views of the Shenandoah Valley located just 10 minutes from the town of Mt. Jackson.

I 81 Exit 269

Lovely log and timber home above the banks of the North Fork of the Shenandoah River, offering three guest rooms each with private bath. River access with tubes and canoe provided to guests.

I 81 Exit 264

1852 JACOB SWARTZ HOUSE 574 Jiggady Road New Market 540-740-9208 • 877-740-9208

Seclusion, nature, and history, the 1852 Jacob Swartz House guest cottage is the ultimate Shenandoah River destination. Full breakfast provided.

443 Meadow View Lane Fort Valley, Virginia 22652 Telephone. 540.933.6650 Website.

Camp Shenandoah Meadows


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CAMP SHENANDOAH MEADOWS 443 Meadow View Ln Fort Valley 540-933-6650 CREEKSIDE CAMPGROUND 108 Palmyra Road Edinburg 540-984-4299


168 Industrial Park Road Mt. Jackson

Opening April 2013. Family owned and operated. Tents, RVs, and cabins. Swimming pool and camp store.

RV and tent sites with picnic tables and fire rings. Pets permitted on leash only. Family owned and operated. Located next to Stoney Creek.

FORT VALLEY RANCH 299 South Fort Valley Road Fort Valley 888-754-5771

CAMP ROOSEVELT The first CCC camp, Camp Roosevelt, was built as part of the New Deal in 1933 in the Fort Valley east of Edinburg. This area is now part of the George Washington National Forest and abounds in hiking trails and areas for camp sites. Exhibits dedicated to the CCC public works relief program are on display at the Lee Ranger District Office, 95 Railroad Avenue, Edinburg, VA 22824. 540-984-4101.

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HOMES VACATIONVACATION HOMES & CABINS FOUR SEASONS RENTALS Basye 540-856-2149 Offering a variety of vacation rentals from slopeside condos to full houses in the Bryce Resort area.

BONNIE BRAE CABIN New Market 877-721-8888 CEDAR RIDGE LODGE Basye Five bedroom premium level rustic lodge steps away from Bryce Lodge.

CHALET HIGH 1345 Orkney Grade Basye 540-856-3770 DEER HAVEN Hideaway Farms Road Edinburg 202-319-1303 LIGHT OF THE VALLEY RIVER HOUSE vacation-rental-home. asp?PageDataID=92975 Edinburg 866-780-7827 MERRY HILL Woodstock Located just outside of town limits on 3 acres of landscaped grounds. Sleeps up to 12.

RIVER RIDGE ROOST 1423 Ridgeley Rd. Woodstock 540-335-4556 RIVERFRONT HOUSE Toms Brook 4 bedroom private house with ¼ mile of river front along the Shenandoah River.

SEVEN BENDS LODGE 336 Stagecoach Road Woodstock 540-459-4000 Two bedroom house with

sleeping loft. Located on the Shenandoah River.

SHENANDOAH MEADOWS 443 Meadow View Lane Fort Valley 540-933-6650 SHENANDOAH VALLEY VACATION HOME Located near Mount Jackson 321-243-4302

Natural stone home on four acres in the Pleasant View area of Shenandoah County.

THE FAIRWAY HOUSE AT SHENVALEE 9660 Fairway Drive New Market 888-339-3181

The Fairway House can accommodate up to 12 people. On the golf course at Shenvalee with access to the restaurant and pool.

SHENANDOAH RIVER LODGE 149 Helsley Bridge Lane Woodstock 540-335-4556

1 ½ miles of private river frontage surrounding a 160-acre working farm. 4 bedrooms, fully furnished. Mountain, country, and river views.

SHRINE MONT 221 Shrine Mont Circle Orkney Springs 540-856-2141

A conference and retreat center on 1,200 acres in Orkney Springs, VA and serving up to 550 people. Facilities include a renovated 19th century resort and a number of cottages. American plan – all meals included. Open early April through October. Swimming, tennis and miles of hiking trails make this truly “A Place Apart”.

SLATEHILL SCHOOLHOUSE Fort Valley 3 bedroom, two bath, sleeps 7.

STONEY COURT Basye stony-court/

Comfortable accommodations for up to 6 guests.

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ANNUAL EVENTS The following list is just a sample of the interesting and fun activities and events held annually in Shenandoah County. For a complete list of events, please visit Events are subject to change; please visit websites to confirm information before traveling long distances.




Celebrates the end of winter with special activities. Second Saturday in March.

Wine tastings, live music, and fun for the entire family. 2nd Saturday in September.



Run and bike in the Shenandoah Valley, including along the North Fork of the Shenandoah River. April; Visit website for exact date.


This annual event of the Shenandoah County Artisan Trail features studio tours, artist demonstrations, local food samples, wine tasting and much more. Last full weekend in April.


Sample a variety of grilled cheeses and tomato soups are you stroll the street through historic downtown Strasburg. events/1266745393382083/ First Saturday in November


Sample chili and enjoy craft beer and live music at this annual event at the Shenandoah County Fairground First Saturday in April


Parade, activities for children, fun for the entire family. Third weekend in May


Living history, sutlers, camp demonstrations, and battle reenactment on the original battlefield. Third weekend in May.


Antique tractor displays, tractor pulls, and activities for children. First part of June.

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100 mile endurance run. First weekend in June.

Enjoy all of the daytime entertainment and activities including children’s events, firetruck rides, pony rides, mountain tubing, zipline, a magic show, live bands and picnic food culminating in a nighttime fireworks spectacular. First Saturday in July.


For a listing of fireworks events, please visit for firework dates.


Summer outdoor concert series set in Orkney Springs, VA. July, August, & first part of September.


Over 40 miles of yard sales, store discounts, and more along U. S. Route 11 from New Market to Stephens City. Second Saturday in August.

SHENANDOAH COUNTY FAIR Agricultural exhibits, amusement park rides, demolition derby, and entertainment. Last week in August.


Parade, music, crafts, food, and more Third Weekend in September.


Crafts, food, music, and family fun. Last weekend in October.


Come for the BBQ, Stay for the craft brews, wines and spirits. Enjoy harness



racing, artisans, log splitting contest and much more! 2nd Saturday in October


Sample local foods, wines and craft beers.Third weekend in October at Cave Ridge Vineyard


Recreation of the 1864 battle on the original battlefield. Third weekend in October.

NEW MARKET HERITAGE DAYS History and heritage exhibits, arts & crafts, food, music, and more.


Showcases Shenandoah Valley and Virginia wine, children’s activities, local foods. Second Saturday in November.


Christmas parades are held in Strasburg, Woodstock, Edinburg, and New Market. First Thursday-Saturday in December. Please visit for a complete list of parades and dates.


Tour artist studios and find unique, locally crafted gifts for everyone on your holiday list. First Weekend in December.

LIST OF ADVERTISERS 7 East The Virginia Farmhouse Shenandoah Autumnfest Box Office Brewery Bryce Resort Chickadees Comfort Inn Edinburg Mill Edinburg Renaissance Filibuster Distillery The Flea Market Fort Valley Ranch Hampton Inn & Suites Holiday Inn Express

Inn at Narrow Passage Kary Haun Studio The Shop on Main Street Mount Jackson Museum Mowery Orchard Muse Vineyards Posey Thisisit Route 11 Chips Shenandoah Caverns Shenandoah County Historic Courthouse Shenandoah River Lodge Shenandoah Meadows Shenandoah Wine Tours

Shenandoah Spirits Trail Shrinemont Strasburg Emporium Strasburg Museum Town of Edinburg Town of New Market Town of Woodstock VA Museum of the Civil War Woodbine Farms Woodstock Brewhouse Woodstock Café Woodstock Museum Yard Crawl

PHOTO CREDITS Cover photo courtesy of Synaptic Visuals. Tom Brower, Jeff Clinedinst, Andrew Thayer, Shenandoah County Parks & recreation, Todd Merica, DebImage, Synaptic Visuals.

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2018 Shenandoah Visitor Guide  

2018 Shenandoah Visitor Guide