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Links to Local Attractions

There's lots to see and do in Luray / Page County VA
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For Complete Information about our area go to our Visitor’s Center. Click on the logo.Luray Page County Visitor Center

  • Shenandoah National Park: Thornton Gap Entrance. Enjoy hiking, stunning vistas,
    ranger-guided tours, and more in Virginia’s “Mountain Playground”
  • Biking and hiking in the Shenandoah Valley: Be sure to enjoy a walk on the Hawksbill Greenway in Luray.
  • George Washington and Jefferson National Forests: 1.8 million acre offer scenic drives,
    hiking & biking, swimming, boating horseback riding and other activities
  • Luray Caverns: Virginia’s largest lighted caverns and most popular caverns in the East.
    See the antique transportation collection at the Car and Carriage Caravan.
  • Lake Arrowhead: freshwater lake and recreation area operated by the town of Luray.  Fishing, swimming, sand beach, picnicking and nature trail.
  • Historic Downtown Luray: Theater, restaurants, antiques and art galleries and craft shops.
  • The Luray Zoo has Virginia’s largest live reptile collection and is known for being a fantastic rescue zoo.
  • Guided trail rides: on horseback are available at both Skyland Stables and Fort Valley and Jordan Hollow Stables.
  • Historical buildings & tours: the Mauck Meeting House, the White House Bridge, Calendine, Massanutten School and Hamburg Country Store.
  • New Market Battlefield, Hall of Valor Museum
  • Shenandoah River, canoe, tube, fish and swim in this scenic river.
  • George Washington National Forest: Lots of trails to hike and wonderful scenery
  • Golfing: is available at Luray Caverns Country Club and Shenvalee Golf Resort in New Market.
  • Wineries: Discover the Blue Ridge Whisky Wine Loop and Wisteria Vineyard is located in Stanley, VA just a few minutes drive from Luray.

Within an hour drive:

  • 1st Manassas and 2nd Manassas Battlefield National Park
  • Jackson’s Valley Campaign of 1862

An hour and a half drive:

  • Washington, D.C.
  • Thomas Jefferson’s home, “Monticello”, in Charlottesville
  • Fredericksburg, Wilderness, Chancellorsville Battlefield National Parks
  • Antietam and Harper’s Ferry Battlefield National Parks
  • Vienna Metrorail Station, 30 minute trip to Washington, D.C. via Metro