The Summit of Escape
There’s something special about the fresh air in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Especially way up in Shenandoah National Park.
Here, you can take a hike on 500 miles of trails, including 101 miles of the famed Appalachian Trail. You can peer out over one of Shenandoah’s scenic overlooks for a view of the countryside that goes and goes. Hike along hidden waterfalls and drive alongside black bears foraging for berries. While staying right inside the park, to fully immerse yourself in your surroundings. This is why people having been coming to Shenandoah for generations.
When it comes to a true escape, it’s hard to beat the charms of Shenandoah’s natural world. In these mountains, we all rise.
The ultimate scenic drive, this 105-mile byway lets you “ride the sky” through the park to enjoy its natural beauty.
Grab your camera. This sprawling meadow filled with wildflowers and deer is the perfect place to explore.
Doyles River Falls
On this hike, you’ll explore the woods, cross a stream and enjoy two picturesque waterfalls.
Old Rag Mountain
The climb to the top makes for a great journey, but you might want to admire from afar if you’re not an experienced hiker.
The longest hiking-only trail in the world measures approximately 2,200 miles, and winds through 14 states.
Shenandoah’s highest peak is a steep climb, but the panoramic views are well worth the trip.
Shenandoah has so many adventures to choose from. Here are a few of our favorites.
Conveniently situated along Skyline Drive, these three lodging options are in prime locations within Shenandoah National Park.
Wildflowers, wildlife, hiking and more – Shenandoah has it all.
Visit Shenandoah National Park
Once you start to explore Shenandoah National Park’s scenic wonders, chances are you’ll want to spend more time to take it all in. Accommodations are conveniently located along Skyline Drive, making it easy to get the most out of your trip.