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SHENANDOAH VALLEY KIDS TRAIL

Known for exceptional beauty - now discover our fresh and local dining scene, extraordinary country wineries and award winning breweries. Discover tasteful travel suggestions within our charming downtowns.

A passport program used to explore the Main Streets of Harrisonburg, Waynesboro and Luray or discover all the fun at Massanutten Resort!

The Shenandoah Valley is the perfect place to plan your on or off road adventure offering a mix of heartpumping terrain, scenic countryside and charming downtowns. Things to do on and off your bike.

Put the Kids in Control and brace for FUN! Check out the new mobile app “Shenandoah Valley Kids Trail” - a cool tool designed to help parents, grandparents, and children explore the valley!

GARDENS & GHOSTS

Step back in time as you visit historic homes, living history museums, elegant gardens, civil war trails and battlefields. These are the places where history speaks and comes to life.

FAMILY & FUN

Entertaining the whole family begins with the Caverns above and below, add the local wild-life for excitement, find a farm to pick apples and pumpkins or work your way through a corn maze, make a splash at the waterpark, and then relax with a float on the Shenandoah River.

Graced with breathtaking views, a rich history, and charming downtowns — the Valley has cast its magic on generations of travelers.

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The Shenandoah Valley of Virginia and West Virginia The Shenandoah Valley features picture-perfect postcard farms and inns, tucked in historic downtowns and nestled along country roads. With easy access to hiking, bicycling, paddling and skiing, it is an ideal place to launch your next outdoor adventure. History runs deep in the Valley, from Civil War battlefields to “living museums” with costumed interpreters. Charming downtowns beckon with a variety of dining and cultural amenities.

Shenandoah Valley Travel Association 277 West Old Cross Road • P.O. Box 1040 New Market, VA 22844 540-740-3132 • Fax 540-740-3100 info@visitshenandoah.org Promoting the Shenandoah Valley since 1924.

FOR MORE INFORMATION: 1-800-VISIT-SV • www.VisitShenandoah.org VIRGINIA TOURISM CORPORATION 1-800-VISIT-VA • www.virginia.org WEST VIRGINIA DIVISION OF TOURISM 1-800-CALL-WVA • www.wvtourism.com

This guide is produced by one of the oldest travel organizations in the nation — the Shenandoah Valley Travel Association serving visitors and businesses for 90 years.

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The Information in this guide is arranged by Interstate 81 Exits (North to South), plus I-66 and I-64. All interstate exit numbers correspond to mile markers.

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Visit our local Information/ Visitor Centers located North to South along I-81 in the communities listed here:

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Frederick County Winchester Warren County Front Royal Shenandoah County New Market Rockingham County Harrisonburg Augusta County Staunton Waynesboro Bath County Hot Springs Alleghany County Covington Rockbridge Lexington Roanoke County Roanoke Salem

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Valley Itineraries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Contact info . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Must See Attractions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7 By the Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Map of Region . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-19 Travel Ideas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Shenandoah Valley Wine Trail. . . . . . 20 Groups & Travel Related Service . . . . 34 WEST VIRGINIA Martinsburg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Charles Town . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Harpers Ferry. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-8 VIRGINIA Winchester . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-9 Millwood – Stephens City . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Middletown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Berryville – Boyce. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Front Royal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Bentonville – Strasburg . . . . . . . . . . .10-11 Maurertown – Toms Brook . . . . . . . . . . 11 Woodstock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Edinburg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11-12 Fort Valley. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Basye . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

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NATURAL BRIDGE ZOO - NATURAL BRIDGE

115 N. Queen St., Martinsburg, WV 25401 • Email info@travelwv.com www.travelwv.com • 304-264-8801 Great visitors center and gifts in historic downtown. Architecturally unique downtown; walking and driving tours of historical interest; many exciting festivals; wildlife preserves; diverse dining; plentiful lodging; spas and golf.

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Charles Town

Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce I-81 Exit 12

THE NATURAL BRIDGE OF VIRGINIA - NATURAL BRIDGE

29 Keyes Ferry Road, Suite 200, Charles Town, WV 25414 www.jeffersoncountywvchamber.org • 800-624-0577 or 304-725-2055 Find recreation, fun, history. Mountain Heritage Arts & Crafts Festival held annually the second full weekend in June and the last full weekend in September.

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I-81 Exit 12 Charles Town/Harpers Ferry 204 N. George Street, Charles Town, WV 25414 www.oldoperahouse.org • 888-900-SHOW or 304-725-4420 Enjoy live musicals, plays, children’s theatre, art, concerts & dance in the oldest theatre in West Virginia. Theatre year-round; group rates & tours available.

Harpers Ferry VIRGINIA SAFARI PARK - NATURAL BRIDGE

Jefferson County Convention & Visitors Bureau I-81 Exit 12 37 Washington Court, Harpers Ferry, WV 25425 www.WVEasternGateway.com • 866-HELLO-WV Discover it all in Jefferson County! Racing and slots! History, with George Washington’s family, Lewis & Clark, John Brown’s raid and the Civil War, plus more. Check out one of the top hundred art towns in the country and Charles Town Opera House. Experience outdoor adventure with water rafting, tubing, biking, or farm markets, corn mazes and other agri-tourism activities.

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Harpers Ferry National Historical Park I-81 Exit 12

171 Shoreline Drive, Harpers Ferry, WV 25425 PO Box 65, Harpers Ferry WV 25425 www.nps.gov/hafe/ • 304-535-6029 Exhibits, interpretive programs and trails. Explore six stories: Natural Heritage, Industry, John Brown’s Raid, Civil War, African American History & Transportation.

River & Trail Outfitters

Unique Stores

604 Valley Road, Knoxville, MD 21758 www.rivertrail.com • 301-834-9950 or 301-695-5177 Where the Shenandoah and Potomac Rivers, Appalachian Trail and C&O Canal meet near Harpers Ferry. Raft, canoe, kayak, tube. Trips for groups, individuals, all ages.

CAMPING

Harpers Ferry KOA & Conference Center

I-81 Exit 12

343 Campground Road, Harpers Ferry, WV 25425 www.harpersferrykoa.com • 800-KOA-9497 or 304-535-6895 Email info@harpersferrykoa.com Open year-round. 300 trailer/tent sites. Kamping Kabins & Lodges with front porch swings. All hookups. LP gas.

Frederick County, VA

Winchester Winchester-Frederick County Visitor Center

I-81 Exit 313

1400 South Pleasant Valley Road, Winchester, VA 22601 www.VisitWinchesterVA.com • 877-871-1326 Make us your first stop in the Valley! We are state-certified, open daily 9am-5pm. Helpful travel counselors, maps, brochures, area driving tours, a Civil War Orientation Center, gift shop, restroom facilities and plenty of parking.

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Marker-Miller Orchards Farm Market & Bakery I-81 Exit 310

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3035 Cedar Creek Grade, Winchester, VA 22602 www.markermillerorchards.com • 540-662-1391 Century farm offering a variety of fresh fruits & veggies. Large selection of jams, jellies & fruit wines, fresh made fudge and our in-house bakery.

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Violino Ristorante Italiano

901 Amherst Street, Winchester, VA 22601 www.theMSV.org • 888-556-5799 Tells the story of the Valley. Anchors a regional history museum complex, open year-round. Includes Glen Burnie Historic House and 6 acres of gardens.

181 North Loudoun Street, Winchester, VA 22601 www.violinoristorante.com • 540-667-8006 Northern Italian and contemporary cuisine in an intimate fine dining setting… a creative menu, expertly prepared and professional service. Reservations suggested. Open Mon-Sat.

Old Courthouse Civil War Museum

SHOPPING

I-81 Exit 317 or 310

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20 North Loudoun Street, Winchester, VA 22601 www.civilwarmuseum.org • 540-542-1145 Collection of relics & soldiers’ graffiti on walls of 1840 courthouse. Housed prisoners, treated wounded during the Civil War. Open Wed-Sat 10am-5pm; Sunday 1pm- 5pm.

Patsy Cline Historic House

Rock Harbor Golf Course I-81 Exit 317 or 310

I-81 Exit 310

3103 Valley Avenue, Winchester, VA 22601 www.creeksideproperties.com • 540-667-2479 Premiere shopping in the Northern Valley. Outstanding national chains, independent retailers, dining venues, including Talbots, Chico’s, Ann Taylor Loft, Coldwater Creek & JoS. A. Bank.

Shenandoah Fine Chocolates

I-81 Exit 310 North onto US 11 North 1.5 miles on left in Creekside Station 3111 Valley Avenue, Winchester, VA 22601 www.shenandoahfinechocolates.com • 540-535-0010 Email sales@shenandoahfinechocolates.com Old Fashioned hand-dipped chocolates, decadent truffles, gourmet food, gift items. Chocolate Bar Restaurant with full menu. Wonderful food, amazing desserts, gourmet sipping chocolate drinks.

LODGING

608 South Kent Street, Winchester, VA 22601 www.celebratingpatsycline.org • 540-662-5555 Email info@celebratingpatsycline.org Tour the house and hear stories about Patsy Cline and her family. Keeping true with one of her signature songs, “Come on in and sit right down and make yourself at home.” Open April - October, Tuesday-Saturday 10am-4pm; Sunday 1pm-4pm. Open November and December weekdays only. Admission Fee.

Creekside Station

DINING

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I-81 Exit 315 or 313 to Old Town

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MUSEUM OF THE SHENANDOAH VALLEY

CAMPING

365 Rock Harbor Drive, Winchester, VA 22602 Detailed directions at www.rockharborgolf.com • 866-273-1934 Island green par three, challenging bunkers & plays from 3800 to 7200 yds at the tips. 18-hole course, professional practice facilities. Dining at the Harbor Grill.

Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival® I-81 Exit 313.

Office at 135 North Cameron Street. Winchester, VA 22601 www.thebloom.com • 540-662-3863 • Email info@sabf.org Festival runs from Friday, April 25 through Sunday, May 4, 2014. Grand Feature Parade: Saturday, May 3, 2014. Dinners, dances, parades, carnival rides and games, much more!

Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum I-81 Exit 313

19W. Cork Street, Winchester, VA 22601 www.discoverymuseum.net • 540-722-2020 Offering an interactive, hands-on learning experience for the entire family. Open Tuesday-Saturday 9am-5pm; Sunday 1pm-5pm; Closed Monday. Admission Fee. Gardens at Night.

LODGING

Best Western-Lee Jackson Inn & Conference Ctr. I-81 Exit 313 At US 50, 17 & 522

711 Millwood Avenue, Winchester, VA 22601 800-528-1234 or 540-662-4154 139 rooms, Free coffee, USA Today, local calls. TV HBO, CNN, ESPN, Free Wi-Fi, in-room coffee makers, guest laundry and courtesy van. Efficiencies & executive rooms. AAA, AARP, CAA, Corporate, and Government group rates. Perkins Restaurant & Bakery on premises.

DINING

One Block West

I-81 Exit 315 or 313 to Old Town 25 South Indian Alley, Winchester, VA 22601 www.oneblockwest.com • 540-662-1455 Upscale yet casual fine dining. Sensational, seasonal cuisine showcasing fresh, local products. Menu changes daily. Fine wines. “Winchester’s most refined dining”

Six acres of beautiful gardens, exhibitions, fun events, Glen Burnie house, store, and café. FREE to ages 12 and under. Open 10–4 Tuesday–Sunday. 901 Amherst Street Winchester, VA 22601 888-556-5799

(Frommer’s Virginia). Open Tue-Sat.

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Millwood - Stephens City ☛ ATTRACTIONS Dinosaur Land I-81 Exit 307

at Stephens City go 5 miles east on Rt. 277 3848 Stonewall Jackson Hwy, White Post, VA 22663 www.dinosaurland.com • 540-869-2222 A prehistoric forest from the past, spectacular and colossal! Unbelievable but true! Over 50 dinosaur exhibits. Open Mar 1 through Dec 31. Gift shop.

The Newtown History Center I-81 Exit 307

5408 Main Street, Stephens City, VA 22655 www.newtownhistorycenter.org • 540-869-1700 Wagon road settlement founded during the French & Indian War. Visit the old Steele & Bro. Store, tour the historic district. Check website for hours.

State Arboretum of Virginia I-81 Exit 313

US 50 9 miles east of Winchester. 400 Blandy Farm Lane, Boyce, VA 22620 www.blandy.virginia.edu • 540-837-1758 170 acres of native trees, shrubs, trails, bridle trail, 3-mile loop drive. Workshops, lectures, special events. Dawn to dusk, 365 days. Free admission. Dogs.

Warren County, VA

Front Royal

Front Royal/Warren County Visitors Center

I-81 to I-66 Exit 6

Middletown

414 East Main Street, Front Royal, VA 22630 www.discoverfrontroyal.com • 800-338-2576 Recognized as the Gateway to Shenandoah National Park and the Canoe Capital of Virginia, this region offers natural beauty, outdoor adventures and storied past: World famous Skyline Caverns, canoeing, antiquing, golfing, hiking, horseback riding, nature photography, self-guided driving tour of the famous “Brother against Brother” Civil War Battle and walking tour of historic downtown Front Royal.

Belle Grove Plantation

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☛ ATTRACTIONS I-81 Exit 302

336 Belle Grove Road, Middletown, VA 22645 www.bellegrove.org • 540-869-2028 1797 home of Major Isaac Hite and Nelly Madison Hite, sister of President James Madison. Epicenter of the 1864 Civil War Battle of Cedar Creek.

Cedar Creek & Belle Grove National Historical Park I-81 Exit 302

www.nps.gov/cebe • 540-869-3051 Preserves, interprets key historical sites related to the Civil War & the rich Valley heritage: The Oct 1864 Battle of Cedar Creek & Belle Grove. Re-enactment each October.

Clarke County, VA

Berryville - Boyce ☛ ATTRACTIONS

Front Royal Canoe Co/Shenandoah River Trips I-66 Exit 6

US 340 South • 8567 Stonewall Jackson Hwy, Front Royal, VA 22630 www.frontroyalcanoe.com • 800-270-8808 or 540-635-5440 Canoe, kayak, raft, tube trips on legendary Shenandoah River between the Shenandoah National Park and George Washington National Forest. Open April 1 - Oct 31.

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Apple House Restaurant & Gift Shop I-66 Exit 13

4675 John Marshall Highway, Linden, VA 22642 www.theapplehouse.net • 540-636-6329 Family run since 1963!! Serving friends, travelers around the globe. Good food, friendly staff make us a must-see landmark at the northern entrance to Skyline Drive in Shenandoah National Park.

Sky Meadows State Park

Shenandoah County, VA

11012 Edmonds Lane, Delaplane, VA 20144 www.dcr.virginia.gov • 540-592-3556 Hiking trails, history, nature programs. Visitor Center, gift shop, picnic facilities, primitive camping, bridle trails, diverse wildlife populations. Open year-round 8am to dusk.

SHENANDOAH COUNTY TOURISM

I-66 Exit 23 Travel north on Rt 17

I-81 Exits 298 to 264

www.shenandoahtravel.org • 888-367-3965 Whatever the season you will love Shenandoah County! Beautiful mountains, golfing, grass & snow tubing, history, antiquing, caverns, horseback riding, wineries, historic towns, and festivals. Wonderful hotels, B&B’s, and restaurants. (SEE ADS ON PAGE 11)

Bentonville - Strasburg ☛ ATTRACTIONS

Raymond R. “Andy” Guest, Jr. Shenandoah River State Park 350 Daughter of the Stars, Bentonville, VA 22610 www.dcr.state.va.us • 800-933-PARK

On US 340 between Front Royal and Luray. 1,600+ acres along 5.6 miles of shoreline. A popular destination for families, anglers, canoeists. Hiking, biking, horseback riding.

Strasburg Museum I-81 Exit 298

440 E. King Street, Strasburg, VA 22657 www.strasburgmuseum.org • 540-465-3175 Model railroad, caboose, Colonial and Victorian style rooms. 1739 German Bible, pottery, Black history; Civil War era, much more. Open May-October 10am-4pm. Admission Fee Called “The Best Little Museum in Virginia!”

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Woodstock Cafe & Shoppes

I-81 Exit 298. On US 11

117 South Main Street, Woodstock, VA 22664 www.cafeshoppes.com • 540-459-8888 Great food, unique gifts, and pleasant company. Open 7 days/week; Thursday nights for dinner. Check website for special evening events. Live entertainment Sunday afternoons.

McDonald’s Strasburg 33899 Old Valley Pike, Strasburg, VA 22657 Self-serve beverage bar and Drive-Thru. Great food! Friendly service! Two big lawns to exercise your pets. Enjoy outdoor patio dining. Buses welcome. Exxon gasoline and diesel fuel. Open Mon-Sat 5:30am-11pm; Sun 6:30am-11pm.

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All Things Virginia @ the Farmhouse I-81 Exit 283

125 North Main Street, Woodstock, VA 22664 www.allthingsva.com • 540-459-9006 Downtown. From peanuts to coffee, pet treats to soap, candy to BBQ sauce. Gift baskets, fine arts, crafts. Open Mon & Wed thru Sat, 11am-5pm, Sunday Noon-5pm.

I-81 Exit 283

1175 South Hisey Avenue, Woodstock, VA 22664 www.fortvalleynursery.com • 540-459-5151 Visit year-round for an extraordinary garden shopping experience. Enjoy our full service café as you wander our new five-acre site “Discovering Your Garden”.

LODGING

Valley Treasures

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North Mountain Vineyard & Winery I-81 Exit 291

4374 Swartz Road, Maurertown, VA 22644 www.northmountainvineyard.com • 540-436-9463 Award winning wines, exceptional mountain vistas, tours and tastings. Special events, picnic grounds, decks, light gourmet fare. Pets welcome

Woodstock

SHENANDOAH COUNTY TOURISM

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Town of Woodstock I-81 Exit 283

135 North Main Street, Woodstock, VA 22664 www.townofwoodstockva.com • 540-459-3621 Historic downtown, local eateries, many lodging options and a great place to stay while you play in the Valley!

466 North Main Street, Woodstock, VA 22664 • 540-459-2334 In the Woodstock Shopping Ctr. Mini-market of dealers. Antiques and collectibles. 75 + inside booths. Closed Mondays and Tuesdays. Open Sundays Noon-6pm; Wednesday-Saturday 10am-6pm.

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Fort Valley Nursery

Maurertown - Toms Brook

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Edinburg

Town of Edinburg I-81 Exit 279

101 Town Hall Avenue, PO Box 85, Edinburg, VA 22824 www.townofedinburg.com • 540-984-8521 Exemplifies the quaint, small town atmosphere of the Valley. Along its streets are art, craft, and gift shops as well as the Museum at the Edinburg Mill.

SHOPPING & SERVICES Murray’s Fly Shop I-81 Exit 279

121 South Main Street, Edinburg, VA 22824 www.murraysflyshop.com • 540-984-4212 Free catalog: PO Box 156, Edinburg 22824 Email info@murraysflyshop.com • Flies and tackle for trout and bass. Maps and books available. Fly fishing schools and regular classes.

LODGING

Comfort Inn Woodstock I-81 Exit 283

1011 Motel Drive, Woodstock, VA 22664 www.choicehotels.com/hotel/va308 • 540-459-7600 Free deluxe hot breakfast buffet, seasonal outdoor pool & sundeck, fitness center and meeting facilities. All rooms with microwave & refrigerator. Suites available with 6’ jetted tub, sleeper sofa, micro/fridge and two phones.

DINING

Shaffer’s Catering and Deli/Woodstock I-81 Exit 283

913 South Main Street, Woodstock, VA 22664 www.shafferscatering.com • 540-459-3744 Full line of catering available. Dining room, lunch specials, sandwiches, fresh salads, homemade soups and deli trays. Open Mon-Sat 7am-6pm. Call ahead to place orders.

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Shrine Mont Retreat & Conference Center I-81 Exit 273

221 Shrine Mont Circle, Orkney Springs, VA 22845 Email shrine@shentel.net www.shrinemont.com • 540-856-2141 US 11 south. Right on Route 263, approximately 15 miles. Cottages and hotel style rooms. Host to the Shenandoah Music Festival, summer camps, family reunions, church retreats. Rates include meals & lodging.

Mt. Jackson

Town of Mt. Jackson I-81 Exit 273

Rainbow Trout

5901 Main Street, Mt. Jackson, VA 22842 www.mountjackson.com • 540-477-2121 Visitor Center in downtown. Rich in Civil War history, Historical District is in the National Register of Historic Places. Just south is Meems Bottom Bridge.

Wholesome Foods Country Deli & Butcher Shoppe 986 South Ox Road, Edinburg, VA 22824 www.wholesomefoodsinc.com • 540-984-8219 ext. 1 Quality fresh poultry, meat products. Custom cut meats-to-order. Home of Old Dominion Sugar Cured Country Ham & VA’s Best Bottled Water. Mon-Fri 8:00am-5:00pm; Sat 8:00am-1:30pm.

Fort Valley

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299 South Fort Valley Rd, Fort Valley, VA 22652 www.fortvalleyranch.com • 888-754-5771 or 540-933-6633 “Mountain Horseback Riding at its Best”. Guided, mountain horseback rides, wagon rides, camping, cabins, Ranch Packages. Reservations strongly recommended. Open year-round. Closed Wednesdays. (SEE AD ON PAGE 16)

MUST SEE!

1982 Fairway Drive, Basye, VA 22810 www.bryceresort.com • 800-821-1444 A four season mountain resort with skiing, snowboarding and snow tubing; grass skiing, mountain boarding, tubing, climbing wall & bungee and zip line mountain tour; 18-hole championship golf course, 45-acre lake, swimming, boating, fishing, tennis, fine dining & lounge. New for the summer is the region’s only lift accessed mountain bike park, for beginners through advanced riders. Instruction and rentals are available.

Orkney Springs ☛ ATTRACTIONS

Shenandoah Valley Music Festival I-81 Exit 273

Office 102 North Main Street, Woodstock, VA 22664 For tickets and information www.musicfest.org • 540-459-3396 To Orkney Springs Festival Grounds - US 11 south. Right on Route 263 12 miles. Enjoy marvelous melodies outdoors! 50th Anniversary Season Concerts held at historic hotel on select summer weekends. Pavilion & lawn seating. Symphony, folk, bluegrass, country, etc.

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397 Caverns Road, Shenandoah Caverns, VA 22847 www.shenandoahcaverns.com • 888-4CAVERN Relive the excitement of events that touched our lives through premier parade float exhibits, and presidential inaugural memorabilia! Groups welcome. Admission includes the Shenandoah Caverns Family of Attractions. (SEE AD ON PAGE 13)

1476 Conicville Road, Mt. Jackson, VA 22842 www.caveridge.com • 540-477-2585 � In the foothills overlooking the Valley. Family owned and operated, producing quality wines with fruit characters while farming to promote a healthy eco-system.

Maize Quest @ Bridgemont Farm I-81 Exit 269

Basye

I-81 Exit 273 Rt 263 west 11 miles

I-81 Exit 269

I-81 Exit 273

I-81 Exit 279

BRYCE RESORT

AMERICAN CELEBRATION ON PARADE

Cave Ridge Vineyard

FORT VALLEY RANCH

☛ ATTRACTIONS

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The Cornfield Maze Adventure 600 Wissler Road, Quicksburg, VA 22847 www.getlostinthecorn.com • 540-477-4200 Largest corn maze In the Valley! Get lost - have fun in 12 acres of corn. 60 ft. barn slide! Hayrides! More! Early Sept-mid November.

Route 11 Potato Chips I-81 Exit 269

11 Edwards Way, Mt. Jackson, VA 22842 www.rt11.com • 800-294-SPUD (7783) Batch cooked kettle style potato chips. Seasonal specialties include Sweet Potato Chips & Yukon Gold Potato Chips. Fry-viewing at factory store. Best time is AM-Early PM.

SHENANDOAH CAVERNS I-81 Exit 269

MUST

SEE! 261 Caverns Road, Shenandoah Caverns, VA 22847 www.shenandoahcaverns.com • 888-4CAVERN Thrilling visitors from around the world, Shenandoah Caverns is the only cavern in Virginia with elevator service. Admission to American Celebration on Parade, Main Street of Yesteryear and The Yellow Barn included. Four great attractions, one low price! Open year-round.

(SEE AD ON PAGE 13)

THE YELLOW BARN AT SHENANDOAH CAVERNS I-81 Exit 269

410 Caverns Road, Shenandoah Caverns, VA 22847 www.shenandoahcaverns.com • 888-4CAVERN The Valley’s premiere entertainment venue, 2 minutes off I-81. Vast collection of restored carriages & antique farm wagons along with model trains in motion. Family fun for all ages! Check website for concerts and events. (SEE AD ON PAGE 13 )

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ATTRACTIONS

LODGING

Widow Kip’s Country Inn I-81 Exit 273

355 Orchard Drive, Mt. Jackson, VA 22842 www.widowkips.com • 800-478-8714 Charming 1830 Victorian gem on 7 acres. Romantic getaway, rural country elegance, 5 antique-filled bedrooms w/fireplaces, private baths. Wi-Fi. Gourmet breakfast. Children/pets in courtyard cottages.

SHOPPING

SERVICES

Byways Magazine I-81 Exit 273

DINING

www.bywaysmagazine.com All digital and a featured publication in Apple’s Newsstand/App Store. Featuring leading travel destinations along highways and byways of North America, including the beautiful Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.

New Market

New Market Area Chamber of Commerce I-81 Exit 264

LODGING

100 West Lee Street, New Market, VA 22844 www.newmarketcoc.net • 877-740-3212 or 540-740-3212

Town of New Market I-81 Exit 264

CAMPING

9418 John Sevier Road, PO Box 58, New Market, VA 22844 www.newmarketvirginia.com • 540-740-3432 Email townmanager@newmarketvirginia.com Historic town with battlefield, golf, lodging, shopping and excellent dining. Seasonal events include annual re-enactment (May), summer carnival (June) and Heritage Days Fall Festival (September).

☛ ATTRACTIONS

SHENANDOAH VALLEY BATTLEFIELDS FOUNDATION www.ShenandoahAtWar.org 540-740-4545 • Non-profit manager of the Shenandoah Valley Battlefields National Historic District. Working with partners to preserve, interpret, and promote more than ten Civil War battlefields and related historic sites. Stop by any Visitor Center in the Valley.

(SEE AD ON PAGE 14)

Shenandoah Valley Tourist Information Center

I-81 Exit 264

8895 George Collins Parkway, New Market, VA 22844 There’s only one Shenandoah County in the Shenandoah Valley! Come visit and let us show you our natural beauty, Civl War sights, farms and vineyards, great hotels and friendly hospitality!

The Shenvalee Golf Resort

I-81 Exit 264 On US 11 south one mile 9660 Fairway Drive, New Market, VA 22844 www.shenvalee.com • 888-339-3181 or 540-740-3181 Email Shenvalee@Shenvalee.com. 27 PGA Hole Golf Course with golf packages available on site: Motel, restaurant, sports lounge, driving range, putting green. Open to the public.

The Valley Wine Cellar

I-81 Exit 264 Directly off ramp 277 West Old Cross Road, New Market, VA 22844 Email nmtn@shentel.net • 540-740-9035 Shenandoah Valley wines and expert service! Exciting gift and art boutique, wine-related items, wine and Greek Olive Oil tastings. Come taste! Wed-Sat 11am-5pm; Sun 12-5pm.

Explore a world of stunning natural wonders in Shenandoah Caverns. Step back in time at Main Street of Yesteryear. Marvel at the size of the parade floats in American Celebration, and have an agricultural adventure at the Yellow Barn.

2 minutes from I-81 EXIT 269

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Virginia Museum of the Civil War & New Market Battlefield State Historical Park I-81 Exit 264

8895 George Collins Parkway, New Market, VA 22844 www.vmi.edu/newmarket • 866-515-1864 or 540-740-3101 300-acre battlefield & Bushong House Farm/Museum complex. Site made famous by participation of VMI Cadets & the original farmhouse that stood in center of fighting. Museum exhibit presents overall picture of Civil War in Virginia. Open daily 9am-5pm.

DINING

McDonald’s I-81 Exit 264

171 West Old Cross Road, New Market, VA 22844 Close to interstate, easy on/off. Civil War theme décor, self-serve beverage bar. Quick, friendly service, playland, pet green area. Sun 6am-11pm; Mon-Thur 5:30am-11pm; Fri-Sat 5:30am-midnight. Buses welcome.

Southern Kitchen

I-81 Exit 264 On US 11 9576 South Congress St, New Market, VA 22844 • 540-740-3514 Steaks, VA ham, seafood, fried chicken specialties. Carry-out. Banquet facilities. Beer, wine. Open daily 7am-9pm, with Southern Hospitality Since 1955. Owners Randy & Rebecca Newland.

SHOPPING & SERVICES Seven Eleven I-81 Exit 264

285 West Old Cross Road, New Market, VA 22844 • 540-740-8980 Full service convenience store open daily. Gasoline and Lottery Tickets. Next to the Valley Wine Cellar.

Shenandoah Valley Academy I-81 Exit 264

234 West Lee Highway, New Market, VA 22844 www.shenandoahvalleyacademy.org • 540-740-3161 Offering quality Christian High School Education in the heart of nature and the Shenandoah Valley. Celebrating more than 100 years of Christian Education.

Shenandoah Valley Flea Market I-81 Exit 264 On US 11 north

3549 Old Valley Pike, New Market, VA 22844 • 540-740-3900 Indoor/outdoor flea market, open daily year-round 9am-5pm. 75+ booths with antiques, books, coins, collectibles, dish wares, furniture, tools and much more!

SPA 122

I-81 Exit 264 9626 South Congress Street, New Market, VA 22844 www.spa122.com • 888-740-3211 or 540-740-3211 • Email info@spa122.com “Committed to the Well Being of Others”. Massages, facials, body treatments, waxings, nail care, hair studio. Tranquil environment. Esthetic Edge Jeffrey Burns, DDS. “Comprehensive, Personal Dentistry”. www.jeffreyburns.com. 540-740-8937

Page County, VA

Shenandoah

Town of Shenandoah — Daughter of the Stars! I-81 Exit 264

US 211 East to US 340 South, 10 min. www.TownOfShenandoah.com • 540-652-8164 Historic Landmark/Visitor Center. Civil War trails, active rail yard - watch trains, shop downtown! Shenandoah River public boat dock. Big Gem Park. Near top attractions!

☛ ATTRACTIONS

Shenandoah River Adventures I-81 Exit 264

US 211 East to US 340 South 415 Long Avenue, Shenandoah, VA 22849 www.shenandoahriveradventures.com • 888-309-7222 toll free Canoe, kayak, tube rentals. Over 50 miles of river fun, from beginners to advanced. Guided & self-guided trips. Info & shuttle included. Call for appointment.

Stanley

☛ ATTRACTIONS

Jordan Hollow Trail Rides I-81 Exit 264 US 211 East

935 Judy Lane, Stanley, VA 22851 www.jordanhollowstables.com • 800-419-0599 • 540-778-2623 Trail rides for the whole family. 1 1/2 hour, two hour, half and all day rides. Pony rides. Special occasion rides. Affordable rates. Reservations required.

Wisteria Farm & Vineyard I-81 Exit 264 US 211 East

1126 Marksville Road, Stanley, VA 22851 www.wisteriavineyard.com • 540-742-1489 Small winery on slope of the Blue Ridge. Working farm with Romney Sheep, free-roaming chickens. Picnic, sit on our deck, enjoy the views and wine.

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ATTRACTIONS SHOPPING DINING

Luray LURAY-PAGE COUNTY VISITOR CENTER

I-81 Exit 264 US 211 East

LODGING

18 Campbell Street, Luray, VA 22835. Open 9am-5pm daily. www.LurayPage.com. Call for free travel guide 888-743-3915. In Shenandoah Valley’s Blue Ridge Mtns. Home to Shenandoah Nat’l Park & Luray Caverns. More than l,l00 rooms, cozy cabins, elegant B&Bs & campsites. Canoeing on Shenandoah River, charming towns, historic sites, antiques, festivals & fairs. Fifteen minutes from Skyline Drive and Shenandoah National Park.

(SEE AD ON PAGE 16)

CAMPING

Town of Luray

I-81 Exit 264 US 211 East or I-66 Exit 6 45 East Main Street, Luray, VA 22835 www.townofluray.com • 540-743-5511 Unique shops & restaurants. Award winning Greenway Trail. Farmer’s Market MayOct, Sat 8am-1pm, Festival of Spring 2nd weekend of May, July 4th fireworks, Lake Arrowhead, and more!

☛ ATTRACTIONS

Caverns Country Club Golf Resort

Welcome to geology’s hall of fame.

I-81 Exit 264 US 211 East

296 Northcott Boulevard, Luray, VA 22835 • www.luraycaverns.com 540-743-7111 In the shadows of the Blue Ridge at Luray Caverns. Gently rolling fairways, large tees & greens provide one of the most scenic golf settings.

Garden Maze At Luray Caverns I-81 Exit 264 US 211 East

101 Cave Hill Road, Luray, VA 22835 • www.thegardenmaze.com 540-843-0769 Mid-Atlantic’s largest garden maze. 8 foot hedges create pathways of puzzlement. Misting fog keeps things cool! Open daily early Spring- November; Winter-weekends only, weather permitting.

LURAY CAVERNS

I-81 Exit 264 US 211 East

MUST SEE!

970 US Highway 211 West, Luray, VA 22835 www.luraycaverns.com • 540-743-6551 U.S. Natural Landmark. Largest, most popular caverns in the East. Well-lighted paved walkways, cathedral-sized rooms with ceilings 10 stories high. Towering stone columns, crystal clear pools. Home of the world’s only Stalacpipe Organ. Near Skyline Drive and Shenandoah National Park, 15 minutes from I-81, New Market. Enjoy the Car and Carriage Caravan, Luray Valley Museum and Garden Maze. Open daily year-round.

Baseball has one. Rock and roll has one. And although it took millions of years, the earth has one, too. And with well-lit, well-paved walkways stretching throughout, you can easily stroll through rooms 10 stories high, marvel at the enormous columns and crystal-clear pools, and of course, hear the world’s largest musical instrument, the Great Stalacpipe Organ. It’s time to discover the most cavernous caverns on the East Coast. It’s time to discover Luray. For a free brochure, call (540) 743-6551 or visit us online at LurayCaverns.com.

(SEE AD ON THIS PAGE)

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~ Shenandoah Valley by the Numbers ~

1 National Park

Shenandoah National Park offers 200,000 acres of gorgeous back country and over 4,000 feet of elevation and mountain views.

4 Seasons of

Outdoor Recreation

From the mountains to the rivers and the lush green valley in-between, you can take a hike, bike, golf, paddle, swim, fish, horseback ride, ski, snowboard, zip-line, or camp!

3 World Class Caverns

averaging a cool 54 degrees! These naturally formed landmarks are part of the incredible landscape found in the Shenandoah Valley – as much fun above ground as below.

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200+ Miles of National Scenic Byways

Skyline Drive in Shenandoah National Park is 105 miles of pure driving pleasure, Virginia’s Blue Ridge Parkway offers another 100 miles of dramatic scenery & the Eastern Panhandle has the 136 mile Washington Heritage Trail.

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Wild and Local Places

Bring the kids to visit with the animals at the Virginia Safari Park, take a picture with baby tigers at the Natural Bridge Zoo, relax with Butterflies at the Bridge, and learn more at the Luray Rescue Zoo. Or explore the Valley’s backcountry in Shenandoah National Park and the George Washington/ Jefferson National Forests.

16+ Vineyards

Raise your glasses and celebrate along the Shenandoah Valley Wine Trail. Experience local flavor in a region emerging as a wine leader throughout the eastern United States.

years of promoting travel to the Shenandoah Valley – visitshenandoah.org

Happy Anniversary Shenandoah Valley Travel Association!

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Virginia and West Virginia

Valley

Shenandoah

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A National Scenic Byway is a road recognized by the U S Department of Transportation. Established by Congress in 1991 to preserve and protect the nation’s scenic but often less-traveled roads, the Shenandoah Valley hosts over 200 miles scenic byways – today you can take in the views along the Skyline Drive in Shenandoah National Park or Virginia’s Blue Ridge Parkway, easily accessible from many of our Shenandoah Valley towns.

Did you know?


Fresh Ideas

Climb a mountain…

Bike this way…

Toast your travels…

Wild GUYde Adventures

Virginia Bicycling Adventures – www.virginiabicycling.com 540-465-4202 Self-Guided Road Bicycle Tours through Virginia’s Shenandoah and Piedmont Valleys. Route instructions, maps provided. B&B accommodations booked. Weekend packages and five different week-long tours available.

Shenandoah Valley Wine Trail

Visit a battlefield…

Stay in our home…

Fly with us…

Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation

Bed & Breakfasts of the Historic Shenandoah Valley

Shenandoah Valley Regional Airport

wildguyde.com 540-433-1637 Providing guided beginner-level outdoor adventures and competent instruction in activity fundamentals. Various areas in the George Washington and Monongahela National Forests and along Virginia’s Blue Ridge are used for rock climbing, repelling, caving, day hikes to peaks and waterfalls.

www.ShenandoahAtWar.org 540-740-4545 Non-profit manager of the Shenandoah Valley Battlefields National Historic District. Working with partners to preserve, interpret, and promote more than ten Civil War battlefields and related historic sites. Stop by any Visitor Center in the Valley for more information. (See Ad page 14)

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www.bbhsv.com Throughout the Shenandoah Valley find a distinctive combination of inns. Experience our lovely homes and historic inns. Hosts assure your comfort, assist with sightseeing, antiquing, and much more. “Inn-hop” up or down the Valley, sampling Virginia wine and enjoying world class hospitality!

www.shenandoahvalleywinetrail.com Virginia’s premier wine growing destination. Throughout the Shenandoah Valley, discover our award-winning wines amid gorgeous mountain views, add a rustic cabin or historic B&B, and explore unique attractions such as Civil War battlefields and the underground landscape of Shenandoah Caverns. (See Ad page 24)

www.flyshd.com 540-234-8304 Located off I-81 Exit 235. 77 Aviation Circle, Weyers Cave, VA 24486 info@FlySHD.com Centrally located and providing the quickest, most convenient access to the beautiful Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. With well-timed departures and arrivals, SHD makes it easy and affordable to fly local. Located just minutes from Harrisonburg, Staunton and Waynesboro, as well as Interstates 81 and 64.

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Shadow Mountain Escape

1087 US Highway 211 West, Luray, VA 22835 • www.lurayzoo.com 540-743-4113 Rescue zoo for world-wide birds of prey, exotic cats, mammals and reptiles. One of the largest venomous snake collections. Petting zoo. See website for hours of operation.

1132 Jewell Hollow Road, Luray, VA 22835 www.shadowmountainescape.com • 540-843-0584 Email goriddle@hotmail.com VA’s simply charming authentic timberframe cabins bordering Shenandoah National Park. A truly unique romantic couple’s escape located in a woodland park setting on the “Blue Ridge Whiskey Wine Loop”.

I-81 Exit 264 US 211 East

I-81 Exit 264 US 211 East

Headquarters in Luray, VA • www.nps.gov/shen • 540-999-3500 The Mid-Atlantic region’s National Park. Skyline Drive, a designated National Scenic Byway, covers 105 miles. 75 overlooks. 500 miles of hiking trails, two visitor centers, wildlife, ranger programs, horseback riding, much more! Plan an overnight at one of the park’s historic lodges. Dining, tap rooms, retail service.

(SEE AD ON PAGE 23)

SHENANDOAH NATIONAL PARK LODGING I-81 Exit 264 US 211 East or I-81 Exit 247A US 33

MUST SEE!

www.goshenandoah.com • 877-847-1919 Good food, live entertainment, charming accommodations are inside the Park at Big Meadows Lodge, Skyland Resort or Lewis Mountain Cabins. Enjoy spectacular views from modern lodge rooms and cozy cabins. Special packages, guided hiking tours. Hospitality services managed by DNC Parks & Resorts at Shenandoah, Inc. under authorization of the National Park Service.

DINING

SHENANDOAH RIVER OUTFITTERS

I-81, Exit 264 US 211 East

SHOPPING

SHENANDOAH NATIONAL PARK FEATURING SKYLINE DRIVE

ATTRACTIONS

Luray Zoo

(SEE AD ON PAGE 23)

I-81, Exit 264, US 211 East

LODGING

6502 South Page Valley Road, Luray, VA 22835 www.shenandoahriver.com • 800-6CANOE2 or 540-743-4159 Canoe! Kayak! Raft! Tube! Shenandoah River fun. Great family experience. Tent campground. 9 Log cabin rentals on river. Plan for a day, weekend or week!

(SEE AD ON PAGE 16)

LODGING

ALLSTAR LODGING

I-81 Exit 264 US 211 East CAMPING

www.allstarlodging.com • 866-780-2827 or 540-843-0606 100+ unique cabin rentals. Wooded or riverfront. Kitchen, SatTV/DVD, fireplace, Jacuzzi/hot tub/pool. Beautiful views, peaceful surroundings. Skyline Drive in Shenandoah National Park & caverns nearby. Open year-round. Pets welcome.

(SEE AD ON PAGE 16)

Brookside Cabins

I-81 Exit 264 US 211 East 2978 US Highway 211 East, Luray, VA 22835. www.brooksidecabins.com • 540-743-5698 4½ mi east of Luray. Logsided cabins along brook. 1-2 bedrooms. Gas fireplaces, interior hot tubs, small refrig, coffee maker. Daily maid service. Open year-round.

Crestview Cottage

I-81 Exit 264 US 211 East 1320 South Antioch Road, Luray, VA 22835 www.crestviewcottage.com • 540-743-4674 Between the Massanutten & Blue Ridge Mountains. Perfect honeymoon/vacation getaway. Fireplace, whirlpool for 2, cathedral ceiling, Dish Network. No smoking. Open year-round. Pets extra charge.

SKYLINE DRIVE IN SHENANDOAH NATIONAL PARK Skyline Drive Current Road Conditions- 1-540-999-3500 (option 1) www.visitskylinedrive.org It takes about three hours to travel the entire length of the park on a clear day. Skyline Drive is 105 miles and has 75 overlooks. You can enter Shenandoah National Park and Skyline Drive at four places: • Front Royal near I-66 to US Rt. 340 • Thornton Gap at US Rt. 211 • Swift Run Gap at US Rt. 33 • Rockfish Gap at I-64 to US Rt. 250 *northern entrance to the Blue Ridge Parkway

Luray Caverns Motels

(SEE AD ON PAGE 23)

970 US Highway 211 West, Luray, VA 22835 www.luraycaverns.com • 888-941-4531 US 211 East at Luray Caverns. Quiet, scenic. Views of Shenandoah National Park & The Blue Ridge. Discount food coupons, swimming pools, AAA approved. Golf, dining nearby. 10 min. from Skyline Drive and Shenandoah National Park, 15 min. from I-81.

The Country Place

I-81 Exit 264 US 211 East

Peach Orchard Hide-A-Way I-81 Exit 264 US 211 East

101 South Antioch Road, Luray, VA 22835 www.fairviewcabins.com • 540-860-0011 Luxurious log cabin on 48 acres. Fully equipped kitchen. Linens provided. Ideal family vacation/ honeymoon retreat. Outdoor stone fireplace on screened porch. Awesome views. Pets welcome.

I-81 Exit 264 US 211 East Lodging and Camping on the Shenandoah River 100 Fort Liscomb Road, Luray, VA 22835 www.countryplacecabins.com • 540-743-4007 Email country@shentel.net. Shenandoah River front cabins, lodge, tree house, camp on farm. Wi-Fi; free long distance; canoes/tubes in season. Event venue for weddings, reunions, corporate retreat, honeymoons.

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THE MIMSLYN INN

I-81 Exit 264 US 211 East 401 West Main Street, Luray, VA 22835 www.mimslyninn.com • 800-296-5105 Beautiful historic inn. Fine dining restaurant, tavern and spa. Meeting space for retreats, getaway meetings, conferences, weddings. Elegantly appointed guest rooms, suites offer comfortable charm of a bygone era and modern conveniences for today’s lifestyles.

(SEE AD ON PAGE 23)

Woodside Cabins

I-81 Exit 264 or I-66 Exit 6 622 Woodside Drive, Rileyville, VA 22650 www.woodsidecabins.com • 540-743-3733 Escape to the beauty, sounds of the Shenandoah River. Four 2 bedroom, fully equipped cabins. 4 person hot tubs, Satellite TV, fireplace & more. Pets welcome.

Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park I-81 Exit 264 US 211 East

2250 US Hwy 211 East, Luray, VA 22835 www.campluray.com • 800-420-6679 Trailer/tent sites, cabins, laundry, pools, playground, paddleboats, mini-golf, waterslide, lasertag. Open mid Mar-Nov. Full time activities from Memorial Day-Labor Day.

DINING

Artisans Grill

I-81 Exit 264 US 211 East 2 East Main Street, Luray, VA 22835 • www.artisansgrill.com • 540-743-7030 Gourmet deli, casual dining. Freshly prepared salads, soups, desserts. Open flame grilled specialties. Naturally raised beef/poultry. Beer, wine, spirits. Live music Friday nights. Open 6 days/week for lunch, dinner. Closed Tuesday.

Brookside Restaurant

I-81 Exit 264 US 211 East 4 -1/2 mi east of Luray. 2978 US Hwy 211 E, Luray, VA 22835 • 540-743-5698 Between Luray Caverns & Skyline Drive in Shenandoah National Park. Home cooking, fresh breads, cakes/pies baked daily. Buffet lunches/dinners with huge salad bar. Extensive menu. Open daily 8am - 8pm (extended hours in summer).

CIRCA ’31 AT THE MIMSLYN INN

SHOPPING

Arts & Artisans Fine Art Gallery I-81 Exit 264 US 211 East

4 East Main Street, Luray, VA 22835 • 540-743-7031 Original Paintings and drawings, limited edition prints by local and nationally known artists. Come and see fine paintings. Wednesday through Sunday 12pm-5pm and by appointment.

Luray Fudge Company I-81 Exit 264 US 211 East

970 US Hwy 211 West, Luray, VA 22835 • 540-743-3556 At entrance to Car & Carriage Caravan Museum at Luray Caverns. Fudge handcrafted from 1830’s recipe, baked from scratch cookies, old-fashioned lemonade, other tantalizing treats.

Rockingham County, VA

Timberville

☛ ATTRACTIONS

Plains District Memorial Museum I-81 Exit 264

US 211 West 7 miles. 176 North Main Street, Timberville, VA 22853 plainsmuseum.com • 540-896-7900 Featuring exhibits & memorabilia from the Plains District of Rockingham County. Open Thursday thru Sunday 1-4pm. Free admission.

SHOPPING

Shenandoah Valley Regional Airport Located off I-81 Exit 235.

www.flyshd.com • 540-234-8304 77 Aviation Circle, Weyers Cave, VA 24486 info@FlySHD.com Centrally located and providing the quickest, most convenient access to the beautiful Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. With well-timed departures and arrivals, SHD makes it easy and affordable to fly local. Located just minutes from Harrisonburg, Staunton and Waynesboro, as well as Interstates 81 and 64.

(LISTING ALSO ON PAGE 20, UNDER FRESH IDEAS)

I-81 Exit 264 US 211 East

401 West Main St, Luray, VA 22835 • www.mimslyninn.com 800-296-5105 or 540-743-5105 Enjoy fine dining featuring upscale southern cuisine. Delight the palate and enjoy Vintage Southern Hospitality in our beautifully restored historic inn.

(SEE AD ON PAGE 23)

McDonald’s of Luray

I-81 Exit 264 US 211 East In Luray on US 211 Business.

Left at 1st light. Open 5am-1am, Monday-Sunday.

Speakeasy Bar & Restaurant at The Mimslyn Inn I-81 Exit 264 US 211 East

401 West Main Street, Luray, VA 22835. www.mimslyninn.com • 800-296-5105 or 540-743-5105 Unwind, enjoy spirited conversation in restaurant located in the beautifully restored historic inn. Enjoy art-deco inspired décor, prohibition theme drink menu, live music, delightful menu

Showalter’s Orchard and Greenhouse/Old Hill Cidery I-81 Exit 264

West on US 211. 17768 Honeyville Road, Timberville, VA 22853 www.showaltersorchard.com • www.oldhillcider.com • 540-896-7582 Family owned and operated. Offering apples, sweet cider, traditional, hard cider, tasting room and gift shop. Featuring herbs, select annuals and perennials in the spring.

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Court Square Theater

305 South Main Street, Timberville, VA 22853 www.timbervilledrugstore.com • 540-896-3171 At the corner of US 211 west and Rt 42. Prescriptions and diabetic supplies. Russell Stover candy, greeting cards, gifts, Willow Tree Angels, Beanie Babies, and fax service. Mon-Fri 8:30am-6:00pm; Sat 8:30am-1:00pm.

41-F Court Square, Harrisonburg, VA 22801 www.valleyarts.org • 540-433-9189. Welcome to the area’s top live performance venue in historic downtown. Community theater showcasing film, live theater, music, and dance.

I-81 Exit 264

Turkey Knob Apples

Mauzy

I-81 Exit 247 B

CrossRoads Valley Brethren-Mennonite Heritage Center I-81 Exit 247B

1921 Heritage Center Way, Harrisonburg, VA 22801 www.vbmhc.org • 540-438-1275 Highlights beliefs, lifestyles of Brethren and Mennonites in living history setting from pioneer to present days. Interact with people, artifacts and a farmstead. Festivals, events

SHOPPING

www.turkeyknobapples.com • 800-296-2775 • 866-887-5662 or 540-896-3079 Local fresh apples from our markets. Call for directions & availability. Order our quality apple gift boxes mailed anywhere in the USA. Visit us online.

ATTRACTIONS

Timberville Drug Store

DINING

CAMPING

Harrisonburg/Shenandoah Valley KOA I-81 Exit 257

LODGING

12480 Mountain Valley Road, Broadway, VA 22815. www.KOA.com/campgrounds/Harrisonburg/ • 540-896-8929 US 11 North 100 yds to Rt 608, then right 3 1/2 miles. Tent, RV sites, cabins, lodges. Big Rig friendly. Pool, mini golf, LP gas, more! Open year-round.

Rockingham County Office of Economic Development I-81 Exits 251, 247A & B, 243, 245, 257

CAMPING

20 E. Gay Street, Harrisonburg, VA 22802 www.VisitRockingham.com • 540-574-1896 Rockingham County is nestled in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley, bounded by two magnificent mountain ranges, the Alleghany and the Blue Ridge, and the impressive Shenandoah River. A must-see destination boasting diverse outdoor recreation, thriving cultural attractions, vibrant and inviting small towns, numerous historical attractions, unique lodging accommodations and farm-to-table dining opportunities!

Harrisonburg

Harrisonburg, Virginia

I-81 Exit 247 A/B or Exit 245 www.visitharrisonburgva.com • 540-432-8935 Experience the breathtaking scenery, deep historical roots, fusion of cultures, and rich agriculture of Harrisonburg, VA, located In the heart of the Shenandoah Valley. A bicycle-friendly Virginia Main Street community, Harrisonburg is buzzing with a variety of green activities for all types of travelers, including fly-fishers, hikers, foodies, wine and beer connoisseurs, art enthusiasts, and more.

Hardesty-Higgins House Visitor Center

“Where History and Hospitality Meet”

212 South Main Street, Harrisonburg, VA 22801 • 540-432-8935 Visitor information, state and regional maps, reservation assistance with travel specialists on location Mon-Sun 9am-5pm. While you’re there, make sure you explore the house’s unique amenities; grab a gift made in Virginia, learn the area’s settlement and civil war history, and savor a delectable pastry baked on site.

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Back Home on the Farm I-81 Exit 245

3231 Willow Run Road, Harrisonburg, VA 22801 www.BackHome-ontheFarm.com West on Port Republic Rd; right on Rt 42 North 4 mi; then left, follow signs. Fun-filled farm adventure! Seasonal hours spring, fall. Plant sales, corn maze; 23 family oriented activities. 30-Horse Virginia Carousel. Groups and buses welcome.

NATURE’S CALLING.

SHENANDOAH NATIONAL PARK IS THE ANSWER. Enjoy 105 miles of scenery atop Skyline Drive, 200,000 acres of unspoiled wilderness and endless amounts of inspired recreation – all within a few hours of DC. At the end of your day, stay overnight at Skyland Resort or Big Meadows Lodge. Ready to heed the call?

Book now at goshenandoah.com/svta or call 877-313-2586. Skyland Resort and Big Meadows Lodge are managed by DNC Parks & Resorts at Shenandoah, Inc. ©2014 DNC Parks & Resorts at Shenandoah, Inc.

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Explore More Discovery Museum I-81 Exit 247B

150 South Main Street, Harrisonburg, VA 22801 www.iexploremore.com • 540-442-8900 Downtown. Hands-on interactive exhibits where children (ages 1-12) explore, learn together. Science lab, TV studio, barnyard, full-size ambulance, more! $6 each; under 1 free.

Heritage Oaks Golf Course I-81 Exit 247 B

680 Garbers Church Road, Harrisonburg, VA 22801 www.heritageoaksgolf.com • 540-442-6502 US 33 west approx 4 mi, then left. 18-hole facility combines a variety of links-style holes with traditional tree-lined holes offering a challenging but fair golf experience for all.

Lakeview Golf Course I-81 Exit 245

4101 Shen Lake Drive, Harrisonburg, VA 22801 www.lakeviewgolf.net • 540-434-8937 Port Republic east 3 mi, left on Shen Lake Dr. 36 holes. The “Mountainview” 18: Tournament-like experience. “The Lakeview” 18: Challenging, playable for all. Tee times required.

Massanutten Adventures

I-81 Exit 247A East on US 33 1850 Meadow Vista Lane, McGaheysville, VA 22840 www.massadventures.com • 540-289-4066 Canoe, kayak, raft, tube. Trips daily from Massanutten to Shenandoah River. Check website for details on river adventures and area excursions. Your adventure is waiting…

MASSANUTTEN RESORT I-81 Exit 247A East on US 33

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E! 1822 Resort Drive, Massanutten, VA 22840 www.MassResort.com • 800-207-MASS or 540-289-9441 www.FaceBook.com/Massanutten Offering personalized vacation experiences in gorgeous mountain surroundings. 6,000-acre four-season resort. Over 150 activities, including a snow sports area, a 130,000 square foot indoor/outdoor WaterPark, two 18-hole golf courses, luxury spa, new zip line canopy tours, much more! 30+ miles of hiking and mountain biking trails. Seven dining facilities, six shops. There’s truly something for everyone! (SEE AD ON PAGE 25)

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I-81 Exit 247A

www.MassanuttenWaterPark.com • 540-437-3340 8 water slides, aquatic fortress, kiddie area, the FlowRider, more! Indoor park open year-round; Outdoor park open Memorial Day Weekend-Labor Day. Surf shop, three restaurants, State-of-the-art arcade. Group Pricing, overnight packages.

Massanutten

MASSANUTTEN SKI AREA

Located 10 minutes from Harrisonburg, Va in the heart of the shenandoah Valley.

(SEE AD ON THIS PAGE)

Four season resort

www.MassResort.com/Ski • 800-207-MASS or 540-289-9441 www.FaceBook.com/Massanutten Enjoy skiing with all 14 trails lit up for night skiing, too! Slopes are classified beginner through advanced and span 70 skiable areas. With seven ski lifts, including two quad chair lifts to the highest peak, you’re not waiting in tow lines very long. Plus, skiers age 70 or older can ski for free! Snowboarding in the terrain parks and snow tubing is also available. (SEE AD ON THIS PAGE)

SHOPPING

I-81 Exit 247A

ATTRACTIONS

MASSANUTTEN WATERPARK

Rockingham County Fair

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(540) 289-4952 www.Massresort.com/specials

US 11 South • 4808 South Valley Pike, Harrisonburg, VA 22801 www.rockinghamcountyfair.com Virginia’s County Fair. August 11-16, 2014. Livestock, competitive exhibits in poultry, horticulture, farm crops, photography, homemaking. Country music, tractor pulls, demo derby, more. Events year-round.

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Virginia Quilt Museum I-81 Exit 245 West

301 South Main Street, Harrisonburg, VA 22801 www.vaquiltmuseum.org • 540-433-3818 Virginia’s Official Quilt Museum, located in the historic Warren-Sipe House, features changing exhibits of contemporary and antique quilts, a Civil War room, and unique Museum Shop. Closed Dec 15-January 31 Open Tue-Sat 10am-4pm. Admission charge.

CAMPING

121 Carpenter Lane, Harrisonburg, VA 22801 www.ShenandoahMarket.com • 540-433-3929 Area’s largest country market. 15+ locally owned, operated shops. Antique Mall, bulk food, café, Civil War memorabilia, more! RV, bus parking. Mon-Fri 10am-6pm; Sat 9am-6pm.

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Best Western Harrisonburg Inn I-81 Exit 247 A

US 33 East • 45 Burgess Road, Harrisonburg, VA 22801 800-WESTERN or 540-433-6089 98 rooms. Free continental breakfast, morning coffee. Remote cable TV, non-smoking rooms. Microwave, fridges in all rooms. Free High Speed Internet. Business Center, guest laundry. Senior, AAA, commercial & group rates. Rates: S $74-$79, D $79-$84, XP $5.

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By The Side of the Road Inn & Cottages I-81 Exit 247 B

491 Garbers Church Road, Harrisonburg, VA 22801 www.bythesideoftheroad.com • 866-274-4887 or 540-801-0430 Circa 1790. 4 manor house and 2 pond-side suites, 3 luxury cottages. Fireplaces, whirlpool tubs, Wi-Fi, breakfast delivered. “Like” us on facebook for $5 off! www.facebook.com/bythesideoftheroad

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Comfort Inn Harrisonburg I-81 Exit 247 A

1440 East Market Street, Harrisonburg, VA 22801 www.comfortinn.com/hotel/va429 • 540-433-6066 Complimentary hot breakfast, free wireless high speed internet, local calls. Seasonal heated outdoor pool, 24-hour fitness center. All rooms Cable TV with HBO, refrigerator, hair dryer, desk, coffee maker. Suites with six foot whirlpool, sitting area, microwave, two phones. AAA Three Diamonds. Near area attractions, shopping, restaurants. Pets welcome.

Country Inn & Suites Harrisonburg

DINING

Downtown Dining in Harrisonburg I-81 Exit 247B

www.dodowntown.net Downtown dining in Harrisonburg, VA represents a local dining experience and the culinary diversity that the ‘burg is known for, and the Downtown Dining Alliance represents 100 percent locally owned and operated restaurants located in Harrisonburg’s Central Business District.

SHOPPING

I-81 Exit 243

Green Valley Book Fair

27 Covenant Drive, Harrisonburg, VA 22801 www.countryinns.com/harrisonburgva 800-830-5222 US/Canada toll free or 540-433-2400 Offering a warm, welcoming atmosphere and amenities like free high-speed internet, indoor pool, fitness center and complimentary breakfast. Come unwind and see what sets us apart from other hotels! Near JMU, historic downtown, and many attractions.

I-81 Exit 240

2192 Green Valley Lane, Mt Crawford, VA 22841 www.gvbookfair.com • 800-385-0099. East 1.5 mile, left at sign. 500,000 new books at 60%-90% off retail. All categories. Open six times a year. Call for current schedule.

100% non-smoking facility.

Harper’s Statuary & Water Gardens

Fairfield Inn and Suites I-81 Exit 247 A

1946 Medical Avenue, Harrisonburg, VA 22801 www.marriottharrisonburg.com • 540-433-9333 Complimentary continental breakfast, wired & wireless internet. Mini-fridge, microwave, coffee maker, hair dryer, 32-inch HDTV. Indoor pool and whirlpool, 24-hour fitness center and business library. Close to JMU, Rockingham Memorial Hospital, Skyline Drive in Shenandoah National Park, golf courses, Massanutten Resort.

Hampton Inn of Harrisonburg (University Area) I-81 Exit 247 A

85 University Blvd, Harrisonburg, VA 22801 www.harrisonburguniv.hamptoninn.com • 800-HAMPTON or 540-432-1111 Free hot breakfast bar, high speed internet, local calls, cable TV & HBO. Microwaves & fridges upon request & availability. On & offsite fitness facility. 32” flat screen TV’s. Conference room for up to 30. Outdoor swimming pool. Close proximity to James Madison University.

Joshua Wilton House Inn & Restaurant I-81 Exit 245 412 South Main Street, Harrisonburg, VA 22801 www.joshuawilton.com • 540-434-4464 West on Port Republic, right on South Main to intersection of Campbell & Main. Elegantly restored Queen Anne Victorian. Queen beds, private baths. Premium AVEDA amenities.

Massanutten Condo Rentals I-81 Exit 247A www.massanuttencondorentals.com • 540-289-9466 Located in Massanutten Resort, 14 miles from Harrisonburg. Varied accommodations offer the splendor of this resort community. Enjoy golf, skiing, WaterPark, hiking, fishing, more! Visit our website. Call for a reservation today!

Old Massanutten Lodge B & B I-81 Exit 247 A 3448 Caverns Drive, Keezletown, VA 22832 www.oldmassanuttenlodge.com • 540-269-8800 Extraordinary rooms w/queen beds, whirlpool tubs, private baths, one with fireplace. Delicious breakfasts. Hot & cold drinks 24/7, treats. 10 minutes to JMU & EMU.

The Village Inn

I-81 Exit 251

1 mile south on US 11 • 2670 North Valley Pike, Harrisonburg, VA 22802 www.HarpersStatuary.com • 540-434-8978 East Coast’s largest variety of cast stone statuary made on site. Display gardens, gift shops, water garden supplies, terracotta, ironware. Buy direct, save. Open year-round. (See Ad on page 27)

Oasis Fine Art & Craft I-81 Exit 245

103 South Main Street, Harrisonburg, VA 22801 www.oasisartgallery.org • 540-442-8188 Gallery, gift shop. Fine handcrafts, art by forty of the best artists of the Valley. Open 7 days/ week. Sun-Thur 12-5pm; Fri 12-8pm; Sat 10am-5pm.

White Oak Lavender Farm I-81 Exit 245

5060 Newcomer Lane, Harrisonburg, VA 22801 www.whiteoaklavender.com • 540-421-6345 Hand crafted lavender items, bath, body products. You-pick lavender and classes available. Petting farm, picnic area. Open year-round! Monday-Saturday 10am-6pm; Sunday 1pm-6pm.

SERVICES

Blue Ridge Tours I-81 Exit 247 A

1850 Meadow Vista Lane, McGaheysville, VA 22840 www.blueridgetours.com • 866-652-TOURS Travel with the Best! Distinctive Quality with Exceptional Service. Experience Blue Ridge Tours for all your charter motorcoach needs!

First Class Services Email PUPCO@gte.net www.firstclassservicesinc.com • 800-991-MAIL (6245) Full service bulk mail shop, handling all classes of mail. High-speed inkjetting, laser printing, CASS certified, NCOA processing, mail merge letters, envelopes. All types of mail and fulfillment services.

PBMares LLP – Certified Public Accountants I-81 Exit 247B

I-81 Exit 240

558 South Main Street, Harrisonburg, VA 22801

4979 South Valley Pike, Harrisonburg, VA 22801 www.thevillageinn.travel • 800-736-7355 or 540-434-7355 AAA Three Diamond. Non-smoking rooms contain a soothing whirlpool bathtub and/or a deck overlooking the countryside. Expanded cable & HBO, free wireless internet, coffee maker, microfridge, hair dryer, electronic door locks. Restaurant on premises.

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www.pbgh.com • 540-434-5975 Accounting/auditing services, business/financial planning, income, estate & tax litigation support and QuickBooks consulting.

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wildguyde.com • 540-433-1637 Providing guided beginner level outdoor adventures and competent instruction in activity fundamentals. Various areas in the George Washington and Monongahela National Forests and along Virginia’s Blue Ridge are used for rock climbing, repelling, caving, day hikes to peaks and waterfalls.

Clear Spring Homestead B&B I-81 Exit 240

5603 West Dry River Road, Dayton, VA 22821 www.clearspringhomestead.com • 866-479-2360 or 540-879-2360 Call for directions. 1100 acre grant from the King of England. Current home built in 1838. Become part of its history. Available for weddings, receptions, meetings.

SHOPPING

Elkton

LODGING

ATTRACTIONS

Wild GUYde Adventures

☛ ATTRACTIONS Miller-Kite House

I-81 Exit 247 A to US 33 East 17 mi to US 340 N. 310 East Rockingham St, Elkton, VA 22827 www.elktonhistoricalsociety.com • 540-578-3046 • Email historyed@msn.com Follow Civil War Trails signs. Stonewall Jackson’s Headquarters 1862 Civil War

SHOPPING

SOLACE STUDIOS FINE HANDCRAFTS I-81 Exit 247A US 33 East

HISTORY

RUNS

1.888.430.CAVE www.grandcaverns.com gROTTOES, VA 1-81, exit 235

DEEP gRAND CAVERNS

www.solaceinc.com • 540-298-5222 Working studio, gallery of fiber artist Barb Polin, plus fine handcrafts of 100+ American craftsmen. Restored circa 1920’s bldg. Mon-Fri 10am-6pm; Sat 10am-4pm; Sun noon-5pm. (SEE AD ON THIS PAGE)

Skyline Café & Art

I-81 Exit 247 A US 33 East 60 Mount Olivet Church Road, Elkton, VA 22827 www.caféskyline.com • 540-289-9022 • Email skylinecafeandart@gmail.com US 33 across from Massanutten minutes from Shenandoah National Park. Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Menu includes seafood, beer and wine. Mon-Sat 7:30am-9pm.

Dayton

193 W. Spotswood Ave., Elkton, Virginia 22827 · 540-298-5222 ·

M-F 10-6, SA 10-4, SU Noon-5 · Free Giftwrapping · Free Parking · Gift Cards Available

HARPER’S

CAMPING

DINING

LODGING

14 mi from 1-81. 193 West Spotswood Avenue, Elkton, VA 22827

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DINING

Museum. Open Memorial Day to Labor Day, Sun 1pm-5pm. Free admission.

Statuary & Water Gardens

Town of Dayton

I-81 Exits 245 or 240 www.daytonva.us • 540-879-9538 Downtown shops, Dayton Farmers Market (specialty shops), Fort Harrison (c. 1749), Heritage Museum, Silver Lake Mill, 34th Annual Dayton Autumn Celebration, Saturday Oct 5th, downtown.

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Dayton Farmers’ Market

I-81 Exit 240 West to Rt 42 North 3105 John Wayland Highway Dayton, VA 22821 www.daytonfarmersmarket.com • 540-879-3801 20+ shops, wide array of unique items, from homemade jams, handcrafts, to quilts and more! Restaurant on site. Thur-Sat 9am-6pm. Extended hours Tues-Sat Thanksgiving-New Years.

Open All YeAr I-81 Exit 251 Turn Left on Rt. 11, one mile

540-434-8978 • www.HarpersStatuary.com

THE HERITAGE MUSEUM HARRISONBURG-ROCKINGHAM HISTORICAL SOCIETY

THE HERITAGE MUSEUM I-81 Exit 245

382 High Street, Dayton, VA 22821 • www.heritagecenter.com 540-879-2616 Local Valley history with folk art, pottery, tools, music. Civil War Discovery Trail site with electric map of Jackson’s Valley Campaign. Genealogy Research Library. Bookstore, and much more! (SEE AD ON THIS PAGE)

Exhibits, Genealogy, Civil War, Electric Map Discover Historic Dayton just 5 minutes from Harrisonburg

382 High Street, Dayton, VA 22821 heritagecenter.com 540 879 2616 heritagemuseumstore.com

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Mt. Crawford

Staunton Visitor Center

☛ ATTRACTIONS

I-81 Exits 220-225.

Crosskeys Vineyards & Estate I-81 Exit 235

6011 East Timber Ridge Road, Mt. Crawford, VA 22841 www.crosskeysvineyards.com • 540-234-0505 Discover, taste, experience the good life at the Valley’s premiere vineyard. Tours: Noon, 2 pm, 4 pm. Tastings 11am-7pm daily. Call for winter hours. Booking weddings, corporate/private events.

Grottoes

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GRAND CAVERNS PARK

I-81 Exit 235. East 6 mi to Grottoes.

35 South New Street, Staunton, VA 24401 540-332-3971 • www.visitstaunton.com Historic downtown Staunton offers a compact and charming Victorian landscape with enormous, intricately-trimmed houses rising along steep streets to high summits. Within an hour, you’ll have visited art galleries, coffee shops, theaters, churches, restaurants, boutiques, and second-hand stores.

THE VIRGINIA VALLEY – STAUNTON, WAYNESBORO AND AUGUSTA COUNTY I-81 Exits 220-225 or I-64 Exits 91-99

MUST SEE!

5 Grand Caverns Drive, Grottoes, VA 24441 www.grandcaverns.com • 888-430-CAVE Oldest show cave in America. A stately and powerful example of nature’s handiwork! Fantastic subterranean sights with over 200 rare “shield” formations. Rated # 2 cave in the United States by Parade Magazine. Visited by Confederate and Union soldiers during the Civil War and the “Valley Campaign”. Tours available daily. The park offers trails, hiking, more! Enjoy a picnic lunch after touring the Caverns! (SEE AD ON PAGE 27)

Verona

SHOPPING

The Factory Antique Mall I-81 Exit 227

Just off interstate at 50 Lodge Lane, Verona, VA 24482 www.factoryantiquemall.com • 540-248-1110 One of America’s largest antique malls, all on one floor. Grand opening for spring, the Shenandoah Valley Artisan Center. While shopping, enjoy delicious homemade food at Country Café. Your one stop shopping destination!

www.VirginiaValley.com • 800-342-7982 or 540-332-3865 More reasons to visit than miles between us. This nature sanctuary offers history, culture, outdoor recreation, a vibrant local food and arts scene, unique shopping.

(SEE AD INSIDE FRONT COVER)

☛ ATTRACTIONS

Frontier Culture Museum I-81 Exit 222

US 250 West, entrance 1/2 mi on left at light. 1290 Richmond Avenue, Staunton, VA 24402 www.frontiermuseum.org • 540-332-7850 Come explore America’s past at ten outdoor exhibits from the Old World and America. Open daily year-round. Living history interpretation provided from March through December. Guided tours available during January and February. Special events throughout the year.

R R Smith Center for History and Art I-81 Exit 222

20 South New Street, Staunton, VA 24401 www.rrsmithcenter.org • 540-886-8755 Exquisite art and history galleries in beautifully restored 1894 hotel, across from Visitors Center in historic downtown. Museum shop with local art, pottery, quilts, books.

Star “B” Stables I-81 Exit 222

2926 Barterbrook Road, Staunton, VA 24401 www.starbstables.com • 540-885-8855 1 hour guided trail ride along Christian’s Creek through the water, into the woods. No experience needed. Gentle horses for children six years & over. Call for appointment— same day ride often available.

Sunspots Studios & Glass Blowing I-81 Exit 220 to downtown.

202 South Lewis Street, Staunton, VA 24401 www.sunspots.com • 540-885-0678 Live glassblowing daily until 4pm. Gift gallery of art glass & copper designs made on site. Pandora Jewelry. Other American-made jewelry, craft. Open 7 days/week.

Augusta County, VA

Staunton

STAUNTON CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU I-81 Exits 220-225.

www.VisitStaunton.com • www.SavorStaunton.com • 800-342-7982 Historic downtown delights visitors with vibrant arts scene, great restaurants, amazing architecture. Honored by the National Trust for Historic Preservation for outstanding revitalization accomplishments. Experience Blackfriars Playhouse, the world’s only re-creation of Shakespeare’s indoor theatre, Frontier Culture Museum, a living museum illustrating the daily lives of the Valley’s early settlers, and the life and legacy of President Woodrow Wilson at his birthplace. (SEE AD INSIDE FRONT COVER)

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Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library & Museum I-81 Exits 222 or 225

20 North Coalter Street, Staunton, VA 24401 www.woodrowwilson.org • 540-885-0897 Enjoy an engaging guided tour of Wilson’s birthplace. Discover the 28th President’s life and legacy at his museum and take a stroll through the historic gardens. Virginia’s only Presidential Library.

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Comfort Inn

I-81 Exit 222 from I-64 Exit 87 to Staunton 1302 Richmond Avenue, Staunton, VA 24401 www.choicehotels.com/hotel/va433 • 540-886-5000 Free deluxe hot breakfast buffet. Microwaves & refrigerators in all rooms. Seasonal outdoor pool. Waffle House and American Frontier Culture Museum adjacent. Cracker Barrel, Mary Baldwin College, Woodrow Wilson Birthplace, golf and skiing nearby. Senior, AAA, group discounts.

Shenandoah Tours

ATTRACTIONS

LODGING

PO Box 2066, 2225 North Augusta Street, Staunton, VA 24401 www.shenandoahtours.com • 540-885-1528 • shenandoahtours@comcast.net Complete services for touring in and out of the Shenandoah Valley

Shenandoah Spring Water

SHOPPING

www.shenspring.com • 800-728-4326 or 540-248-2123 Delivering the highest quality spring water to homes, businesses throughout the Valley. Award winning bottling facility. 3 branches. Family owned, managed for over 25 years.

Inn at Old Virginia I-81 Exit 225

1329 Commerce Road, Staunton, VA 24401 www.innatoldvirginia.com • 877-809-1146 or 540-248-4650 6 rooms/4 suites. The perfect balance of historic grace & modern day amenities, including free Wi-Fi. A bountiful breakfast, served in our English style conservatory.

DINING

Stonewall Jackson Hotel and Conference Center I-81 Exit 222

LODGING

Downtown. 24 Market Street, Staunton, VA 24401 www.stonewalljacksonhotel.com • 866-880-0024 or 540-885-4848 124 rooms, expanded to historically preserve its charm while providing modern guest amenities. Cable TV, in-room coffee, complimentary newspaper, high speed internet access, hair dryer. Business Center, fitness room, indoor pool w/whirlpool. Meeting, banquet facilities accommodating 300+ people. Adjacent to the city’s main street.

The Buckhorn Inn I-81 Exit 222

CAMPING

Staunton/Walnut Hills KOA

I-81 Exit 217 SB or Exit 213 NB 484 Walnut Hills Road, Staunton, VA 24401 www.walnuthillskoa.com • 540-337-3920 Cable TV, free Wi-Fi. Cabin, cottage rentals. Fishing lake, swimming pool, groceries, LP Gas, laundry, entertainment, playground. Rates $30-$40. Closest RV Park to Staunton!

SHOPPING & SERVICES John’s Computer Service I-81 Exit 222

1008 West Beverley Street, Staunton, VA 24401 www.johnscomputerservice.biz • 540-487-6330 “Old Fashioned Service on Your New Technology”. Serving the Valley since 1999. Top-notch service, friendly technicians. On-site service, computer repair, system design. Dell authorized reseller.

Jolly Roger Haggle Shop, Antiques & Collectibles I-81 Exit 222

US 250 West to US 11 • 27 Middlebrook Avenue, Staunton, VA 24401 540-886-9527. Take right under C&O Underpass and left on Johnson St. Wharf Parking Lot on left 3 blocks. Open Mon-Sat 9am-5pm.

Rocky’s Gold, Silver and Antiques I-81 Exit 222 3287 Lee Highway, Weyers Cave, VA 24486 www.rockysgoldandsilver.com • 800-296-8676 Over 25 thousand square feet filled with gold, silver, jewelry, coins, giftware, antiques and more. Buying gold and silver daily. You’ve got to see it to believe it!

Waynesboro WAYNESBORO TOURISM

I-81 Exit 222 or I-64 Exits 94-99.

Rockfish Gap Visitor Center -130 Afton Circle, Afton, VA 22920 www.visitwaynesboro.net • 540-943-5187 • Email yourway@visitwaynesboro.net Discover where the arts & outdoors meet. Immerse yourself in the Virginia Fly Fishing Festival, Riverfest or the Virginia Fall Foliage Festival. Take in the amazing vistas on the bank of the river or visit one of the many nearby wineries. Visit the Plumb House, Shenandoah Valley Art Center, Waynesboro Heritage Museum and P. Buckley Moss Museum. (SEE AD INSIDE FRONT COVER)

☛ ATTRACTIONS

Barren Ridge Vineyards

I-64 Exit 91 US 250 West or I-81 Exit 225 and follow the signs 984 Barren Ridge Rd, Fishersville, VA 22939 www.barrenridgevineyards.com • 540-248-3300 Featuring unsurpassed Valley views, the winery was converted from the Higgs’ former apple orchard barn. Mon-Sat 11am-6pm; Sun 1-6pm. Call for extended summer hours.

P. Buckley Moss Museum I-64 Exit 94

150 P Buckley Moss Drive, Waynesboro, VA 22980 www.pbuckleymoss.com • 800-343-8643 • Email mossmuseum@aol.com Join us to celebrate the life and art of artist P. Buckley Moss. Gallery tour, gift shop. Rest on our beautiful porch to admire the Blue Ridge.

LODGING

Cabin Creekwood-Your Truly Restful Getaway! I-64 Exit 96

44 Creekwood Lane, Lyndhurst, VA 22952 www.cabincreekwood.com • 888-942-2246 11 miles South on Rt 664 OR Blue Ridge Parkway MP 13.6, then West on Rt 664, 2 miles. Year-round, quiet, secluded, fully furnished mountain cabins, 1-3 bedrooms. BBQ grills, picnic tables, play areas, AC/heat, fireplace or woodstove, and pool.

Toll Free 800-visit-sv

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CAMPING

2487 Hankey Mountain Hwy, Churchville, VA 24421 www.thebuckhorninn.com • 540-337-8660 Step back in time. Relax in our 1811 stage coach stop. Sat TV, Wi-Fi, private baths, wrap-around porch. Breakfast. Children welcome. Weddings, other events hosted.

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SHOPPING

Willow Oak Plaza I-64 Exit 94

Highland County, VA

Monterey

Located in the middle of downtown 801-901 West Broad Street, Waynesboro, VA 22980 www.willowoakplaza.com • 540-942-5101 25 stores, a wide selection for typical size strip center. Review leasing opportunities by owner/agent, Barnwell & Jones. Contact Mac Jones or Greg Jones at info@barnwellandjones.com

Highland County Chamber of Commerce

Bath County, VA

Alleghany County, VA

Hot Springs

Bath County Visitor Services

I-81 Exit 225 or I-64 Exit 16

2606 Main Street, Hot Springs, VA 24445 • 800-628-8092 www.discoverbath.com The County of Bath attracts visitors with its splendid beauty and vibrant culture. It is a destination offering its guests a vast playground for fishing, hunting, boating and camping, as well as the Garth Newel Music Center, the renowned Warm Springs mineral pools, and a diverse selection of accommodations from the Homestead Resort and Spa to several unique B&B’s.

I-81 Exit 222

P.O. Box 223, Monterey VA 24465 www.highlandcounty.org • 540-468-2550 Check website for details on these events and more: Highland Maple Festival (March), Mountain Mama Rd Bike Challenge (Aug), Highland County Fair (Aug-Sept), Hands & Harvest Festival (Oct).

Covington - Clifton Forge Alleghany Highlands Chamber of Commerce and Tourism 110 Mall Road, Covington, VA 24426 info@ahchamber.com • 888-430-5786 or 540-962-2178 www.visitalleghanyhighlands.com • www.ahchamber.com The Alleghany Highlands is a premier destination for outdoor recreation, historic, and cultural attractions. Hiking & biking, camping, river/lake/stream access for fishing, kayaking, boating.

Douthat State Park I-64 to Exit 27

14239 Douthat State Park Rd, Millboro, VA 24460 Take Rt 629, then 3 miles north. www.dcr.virginia.gov • 800-933-PARK In the Allegheny Mountains, 5 miles outside Clifton Forge. Breathtaking mountain scenery. 4 campgrounds, 32 cabins, 3 guest lodges, interpretive programs, special events & much more!

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Lexington - Buena Vista Lexington & Rockbridge Area Visitor Centers

I-81 Exit 188 B

☛ ATTRACTIONS

☛ ATTRACTIONS

NATURAL BRIDGE ZOOLOGICAL PARK I-81 Exit 180-A or Exit 175

MUST SEE!

3 miles from exits on US 11 • 540-291-2420 5784 South Lee Highway, Natural Bridge, VA 24578 www.NaturalBridgeZoo.com & facebook.com/NaturalBridgeZoo African Elephant Rides are zoo favorite. Get your picture taken with a baby tiger. Check website or call for elephant ride & baby tiger photo schedule, information, and fees. Walk on the wildside with the most complete collection of exotic animals & birds in the state of Virginia. Mountain lion, tiger, bear, various monkey species, exotic birds, and many more. Feed giraffe, camel, deer, and more. With 100+ babies born annually, there is always something new at the zoo.

1600 VMI Parade, Lexington, VA 24450 www.marshallfoundation.org • 540-463-7103 Profiles one of 20th Century’s greatest statesmen, America’s first 5-star general. Displays include his Nobel Peace prize & medals. Open Tuesday-Saturday 11am-4pm. Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.

15 Appledore Lane, Natural Bridge, VA 24578 www.NaturalBridgeVa.com • 800-533-1410 National Historic Landmark. Treasured by kings, purchased by patriots, this great stone monument is the looking-glass of history. 20 stories of solid rock, carved by the fingers of nature. Feel the presence of legends who passed this portal - Washington, Jefferson, the Civil War men of the Blues and Grays. As darkness falls, see the Drama of Creation, a bridge tradition.

VMI Museum

I-81 Exit 188 B

LODGING

Applewood Inn & Llama Trekking I-81 Exit 180

242 Tarn Beck Lane, Lexington, VA 24450 www.Applewoodbb.com • 800-463-1902 High above Buffalo Creek on 36 acres. 3 rooms, sleeping 6-10 (children age 7+). Pool, llama treks, fishing, hiking. hot tub, Jacuzzi, fireplaces, guest fridge. No smoking.

Country Retreat at South River Highlands I-81 Exit 188 A

www.southriverhighlands.com • 540-463-2593 5 authentic, rustic log cabins on rolling farmland. Remodeled dairy barn for events & meetings. Wildlife, 2 rivers, hiking, fabulous views. Shopping, dining, attractions nearby.

Fox Hill Bed & Breakfast and Cottage Suites I-81 Exit 200

4383 Borden Grant Trail, Fairfield, VA 24435 www.foxhillbb.com • 800-369-8005 Find beauty, tranquility at our 38-acre retreat. Awesome Blue Ridge Mountain views. Spacious immaculate suites, full breakfast, or private family-friendly cottage suites w/ kitchens. Dogs welcome.

Buena Vista

☛ ATTRACTIONS The Vista Links

I-81 Exit 188A East on US 60 At Glen Maury Park

100 Vista Links Drive, Buena Vista, VA 24416 www.thevistalinks.com • 540-261-GOLF 18-hole championship course designed by Rick Jacobsen. Five tee sets match your game to challenging 6855 yard par 72. Driving range, snack shop, putting green, chipping area.

VIRGINIA SAFARI PARK

MUST SEE!

I-81 Exit 180 or 180B

229 Safari Lane, Natural Bridge, VA 24578 www.virginiasafaripark.com • 540-291-3205 180-acre drive-thru adventure with 1,000 free-roaming animals. Drive through or take a tractor-driven wagon (additional fee) weekends spring/fall, daily mid-June-Labor Day. Safari Village features 10 acres of walk-thru exhibits. Giraffe Feeding Station, Kangaroo Walk-About, free flight bird aviary, reptile house, much more! Open daily mid-March-November: Spring/Fall 9am-5pm; Summer 9am-6pm. Last car admitted 1 hr before closing. No pets; no smoking. Check website for rates.

LODGING

Natural Bridge Hotel & Conference Center I-81 Exits 180 & 175

15 Appledore Lane, Natural Bridge, VA 24578 www.naturalbridgeva.com • 800-533-1410 Relax in the mountains next to Nature’s Cathedral—Virginia’s Natural Bridge. Affordable rates, several accommodation choices; dining room, deli, creekside café on-site. Packages, including room, attractions.

CAMPING

Natural Bridge KOA Campground I-81 SB Exit 180 B

I-81 NB Exit 180. Left under interstate, KOA on left. 214 Kildeer Lane, Natural Bridge, VA 24578 www.naturalbridgekoa.com • 540-291-2770 Large shady 50 amp pull-thrus. AC Kamping Kabins, restrooms, rental trailers. Free Wi-Fi, cable TV, swimming, laundry, LP gas, camp store, more! Open year-round'.

Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp Resort I-81 Exit 180 A SB

to US 11 South, or Exit 175 NB, to US 11 North 16 Recreation Lane, Natural Bridge Station, VA 24579 Email reservations@campnbr.com • http://www.campnbr.com • 540-291-2727 Large wooded riverfront sites, rec hall, gameroom, swimming, fishing, hiking, mini-golf. Laundry, cabins, cable, modem. Double water slide & splash playground. Open Mar-Nov.

Toll Free 800-visit-sv

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CAMPING

415 Letcher Avenue, Lexington, VA 24450 www.vmi.edu/museum • 540-464-7334 Museum of the nation’s first state military college. Exhibits: Stonewall Jackson uniforms, his horse Little Sorrel, The Henry Stewart Antique Firearms Collection, and more! Open 9am-5pm daily. Free admission.

I-81 Exits 180 & 175

LODGING

THE NATURAL BRIDGE OF VIRGINIA

DINING

MUST SEE!

George C. Marshall Museum and Library I-81 Exit 195

SHOPPING

106 East Washington Street, Lexington, VA 24450 www.lexingtonvirginia.com • 877-453-9822 Buena Vista Visitor Center open daily 9am-5pm; Apr-Nov; Dec-March. Open Fri-Sun 10am-4pm. Lexington is steeped in history, and best experienced by foot or carriage. Explore all the wonder that is the Natural Bridge! Enjoy southern bluegrass at one of Buena Vista’s many festivals – fun for all ages! Buena Vista Visitor Center open daily 9am-5pm. Call or visit us online to request a free travel guide.

Natural Bridge

ATTRACTIONS

Rockbridge County, VA

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☛ ATTRACTIONS

Peaks of Otter Winery I-81 Exit 150 A

2122 Sheep Creek Road, Bedford, VA 24523 www.PeaksofOtterWinery.com • 540-586-3707 25 varieties of fine fruit wines. Sample fruits, jellies, jams, butters. Guests, families welcome. Horse & Hound Wine Festival, 2nd Saturday in July. Eight miles from D-Day Memorial and Blue Ridge Parkway.

LODGING

Peaks of Otter Lodge I-81 Exit 167 or 162

Botetourt County, VA

85554 Blue Ridge Parkway, Bedford, VA 24523 www.peaksofotter.com • 540-586-1081 • 866-387-9905 Nestled between two of the three mountains that make up Peaks of Otter, the Lodge offers 63 rooms, meeting facilities, a full-service restaurant, a lounge and a gift shop all overlooking beautiful Abbott Lake and majestic Sharp Top Mountain. DNC Parks & Resorts at Peaks of Otter, Inc.

Botetourt County Office of Tourism

DINING

Buchanan - Fincastle - Troutville I-81 Exits 168 to 150

Peaks of Otter Lake View Restaurant

16 East Main Street, Fincastle, VA 24090 www.visitbotetourt.com • 540-473-1167 What's your "Bot-e-Type"? The Blue Ridge Mountains, The Appalachian Trail and the Blue Ridge Parkway are all within the 548 sq. miles that is Botetourt County. With sites and records predating the Civil War, we offer rich history, adventure, local flavors and culture. Come find your "Bot-e-Type".

85554 Blue Ridge Parkway, Bedford, VA 24523 www.peaksofotter.com • 888-454-7711 Whether you’re in the mood for a simple yet tasty lunch or a bountiful buffet, we have what you crave. The food is delicious and the view is spectacular. DNC Parks & Resorts at Peaks of Otter, Inc.

Bedford BEDFORD WELCOME CENTER

I-81 Exit 150 A. Follow Route 220 Alternate to 460 East. 816 Burks Hill Road, Bedford, VA 24523 www.visitbedford.com • 877-447-3257 Historic Centertown’s Antique & Specialty Shops, Galleries, Bedford Museum. National D-Day Memorial, Thomas Jefferson’s private retreat “Poplar Forest”, Smith Mountain Lake, Blue Ridge Parkway & Peaks of Otter. (SEE AD ON PAGE 33)

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I-81 Exit 167 or 162

Roanoke County, VA

Roanoke Roanoke Valley Visitors Information Center

I-81 Exit 143 to 581 S

101 Shenandoah Avenue, NE, Roanoke, VA 24016 www.visitvablueridge.com • 800-635-5535 Experience a metro-mountain getaway in Virginia’s Blue Ridge brimming with railroad heritage, arts and culture, one of a kind retail shops, eateries and a wealth of outdoor recreation in the heart of our breathtaking mountains. “Make it A Blue Ridge Day!”

www.VisitShenandoah.org

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ATTRACTIONS SHOPPING

☛ ATTRACTIONS

Salem Salem Visitors Center

I-81 Exit 141

LODGING

Headquarter Office 5162 Valleypointe Parkway, Roanoke, VA 24019 www.fs.usda.gov/gwj/ • 888-265-0019 or 540-265-5100 1.8 million acres of recreational opportunities. 8 districts from Winchester to Bristol offer camping, picnicking, swimming, hiking, horseback riding, the Appalachian Trail, fishing, hunting, more!

DINING

George Washington & Jefferson National Forests

1001 Roanoke Boulevard, Salem, VA 24153 www.visitsalemva.com • 888-VASALEM (888-827-2536) Located inside the Salem Civic Center. Information on lodging, dining, attractions and events in and around Salem.

Virginia Museum of Transportation CAMPING

I-581 Exit 5

303 Norfolk Avenue SW, Roanoke, VA 24016 www.vmt.org • 540-342-5670 Official Transportation Museum of Virginia: Norfolk & Western Class J 611 & Class A 1218. Stroll among locomotives & rail cars! Hands-on exhibits, tours, more! Mon-Sat 10am-5pm; Sun 1pm-5pm.

Vinton

☛ ATTRACTIONS

Blue Ridge Parkway, National Park Service I-81 Exit 143 to 581

www blueridgeparkway.org Road Conditions 828-298 0398 469 miles of natural and cultural history along the Blue Ridge Mountains. Open year-round, weather permitting. Request a free information pack with maps, Parkway directory on-line.

Toll Free 800-visit-sv

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Bring a group… Blue Ridge Tours

Shenandoah Tours

866-652-TOURS Experience Blue Ridge Tours for all your charter motorcoach needs!

540-885-1528 Complete services for touring in and out of the Shenandoah Valley.

www.blueridgetours.com

www.shenandoahtours.com

National Motorcoach Network/Byways Magazine

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www.motorcoach.com 888-SEEKBUS (888-733-5287) Charter a motorcoach to the Shenandoah Valley from any location in the USA or Canada. Written quotes returned within 24 to 48 hours.

or Plan a wedding…

Go Blue Ridge Travel

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www.goBRT.com

Website offering Checklist Planning Tool. Focusing on Activities, Accommodations, Events & Weddings. Visit the Northern Blue Ridge or the Shenandoah Valley.

Services Appeal Production

250 Metro 250 E. Elizabeth St., Suite 11, Harrisonburg, VA 22802 www.appealproduction.com YouTube.com/AppealProduction • 540-271-0023 Creative video marketing firm producing engaging video content that speaks to your desired customer.

BlueKey Web Design

www.bluekeyinc.com • 540-908-4812 Creative and innovative web solutions and design.

Blue Ridge Parkway Association

www.blueridgeparkway.org Free Guide BRPA/ SVTA, PO Box 2136, Asheville NC 28802 Promotes Shenandoah National Park, Blue Ridge Parkway & Great Smoky Mountains National Park areas. The Directory & Travel Planner available at Mountain Area Visitor Centers and on-line.

Chocklett Press, Inc.

2922 Nicholas Avenue, Roanoke, VA 24012 www.chocklettpress.com • 800-533-4146 or 540-345-1820 Email tubbyk@chocklettpress.com A leading printer with over 75 years of printing experience. We address complex printing needs with creative, cost-effective solutions that always exceed your goals.

Good Printers

www.goodprinters.com 800-296-3731 or 540-828-4663 Agile enough to aptly handle a short one-color project and the most complex long-run printing project. Welcoming any printing need you may have.

FPIS Inc. Brochure Distribution & Travel Marketing

www.fpis.com • 800-346-5977 Distributing your message through color brochures, using quality displays in high traffic areas serving 5 southeastern states. Travel marketing via travelaid.com with your listings worldwide.

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Haun-Magruder, Inc.

www.haunmagruder.com 214 North Main Street, Woodstock, VA 22664 540-459-2145 “Insurance Pays”. For all of your insurance needs. Auto-Home-Business-Life-Health. Financial services. In the Valley since 1893.

Highway Information Media

www.himediallc.com PO Box 248, Rockville, VA 23146 • 540-382-4850 Provides wide variety of marketing, advertising services in Virginia’s State Welcome Centers and State Safety Rest Areas. Partnership with Virginia Tourism Corporation and Department of Transportation.

Leisure Media 360, Inc.

www.leisuremedia360.com PO Box 21535, Roanoke, VA 24018 540-580-8767 • Contact Jo Diedrich at jdiedrich@ leisurepublishing.com Call for display ads and listings in Virginia Tourism Corporation publications and Blue Ridge Country Magazine.

Market America Publications

PO Box 7069, Gadsden, AL 35906 • 256-413-7067 Publisher of the Virginia I-81 Travel Coupons and Visitor Guide.

Moore Public Relations

www.moorepublicrelations.com 29 East Beverley Street, Staunton, VA 24401 • 540-886-3131 Integrated communications consulting to help meet your business goals. Specializing in strategic marketing, public relations, social media marketing services. Member: Public Relations Society of America.

Queen City Creative

www.queencitycreative.com 540-430-4048 • Email gretchen@queencitycreative.com Gretchen Long, Owner and Art Director Offering graphic design, photography, writing, and print production management, your turnkey solution for integrating print and web projects.

Sign Pro

I-81 Exit 243 2427 John Wayland Highway, #1, Harrisonburg, VA 22801 www.mysignpros.net • 540-574-3032 New technology, materials and processes help us make better signs for our customers. Vehicle wraps, custom signs, banners, magnets and more. “Perfect to the Letter”.

TeleMedia Productions

www.telemediaproductions.com 2030 Pro Pointe Lane, Harrisonburg, VA 22801 • 540-476-3111 Email John Salem info@telemediaproductions.com Commercial production company specializing in commercials, sports media, all facets of multimedia design and tourism marketing projects. First to film in High-Definition.

West Virginia/Virginia Civil War Trails

www.civilwartrails.org • 800-CIVIL-WAR Follow red, white and blue Civil War Trails “Bugle” signs to more than 100 sites throughout the Valley. Free guide from any Visitor Center.

Virginia Hospitality & Travel Association

www.vhta.org • 800-552-2225 Free “VA Hospitality & Travel Guide” Non-profit membership organization representing lodging, restaurant, travel and supplier businesses in Virginia. Benefits include product & service discounts, marketing opportunities, lobbying services for the industry.

VistaGraphics

www.vgnet.com • 757-422-8979 Ext 105 Email Jay Bellamy at jay@vgnet.com Publishing/graphics company specializing in hospitality guides; print, online, mobile site developer. Virginia Wine Lover, VHTA’s VA Guide and a host of destination guides are among our 35 titles.

www.VisitShenandoah.org

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August 30, 2014 5:00 - 10:00 PM at massanutten Resort

Featu res

Fireworks • Beer & Wine Garden Food Vendors • live music Hoop Dance • Kids’ Activities

3 Live bands including

The Larry Keel Experience For tickets & Info visit

www.MassResort.com/Jamboree

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TRAVEL GUIDE 2014-2015 VIRGINIA • WEST VIRGINIA

TRAVEL GUIDE VIRGINIA • WEST VIRGINIA

1-800-visit-sv visitshenandoah.org

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Shenandoah Valley Travel Guide 2014  

The Shenandoah Valley features picture-perfect postcard farms and inns, tucked in historic downtowns and nestled along country roads. With e...

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The Shenandoah Valley features picture-perfect postcard farms and inns, tucked in historic downtowns and nestled along country roads. With e...