There’s adventure, relaxation and learning around every bend in Page County. No matter your taste, age, or the season, you’ll never run out of things to do here.

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Shenandoah National Park

The park was established by the US Department of Interior in 1935, is host to Skyline
Drive and offers a scenic mountain haven that provides Virginia with its only national park. Over 194,438 acres of protected land flanks Page County’s eastern horizon making the views seen from most of the overlooks on the drive of the Page Valley. Some 75 vista overlooks and 500 miles of hiking trails, including the famous Appalachian Trail, provide enthusiasts a national park experience complete with visitor centers, exhibits, and ranger programs.

The SNP experience includes trails for all abilities that lead to a waterfall (Dark Hollow Falls), rock outcrops like “Old Rag” and other forest and protected wilderness. The park’s website is the best place to look and plan your hiking and backcountry camping adventures. There are printable maps to most hikes with entrance stations and visitor centers providing more park information once you get there.

Wildlife viewing, rock climbing, fishing and horseback riding are also popular park activities.

Fee options can be found on the site.


Luray Caverns

Tour through cathedral-sized rooms boasting ceilings 10-stories high with towering stone formations around every corner. Then enjoy a full day of activities included with your admission, from a classic car museum to the Toy Town Junction.

The Garden Maze at Luray Caverns

Largest hedge maze in the Mid-Atlantic, taking up one acre of 1500 manicured evergreens that intersect in over 40 places and making it a real challenge to find your way out. Additional fee.

Luray Caverns Car & Carriage Museum

Experience an exhibit featuring over 140 items relating to transportation including cars, carriages, coaches and costumes dating from 1725. Entrance fee is included in Luray Caverns general admission.

Luray Caverns Golf Course

Our exquisite 18-hole course is a par 72 featuring nearly 6,500 yards of gently rolling, tree-lined fairways with mountain and farmland views. Left your clubs at home? Not a problem, the country clubs can arrange for all of your needs as well as carts and attractive packages.

The Rope Adventure Park and Luray Caverns

More than 50 acres of the forested area is perfectly designed for ziplines and climbing in the woods, and they’re calling you to “find your adventure in the Shenandoah Valley.” Located at the base of Shenandoah National Park, swing from the trees while you experience the beauty and thrills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.

Shenandoah Heritage Village at Luray Caverns

Luray Caverns admission includes an incredible journey through historic buildings and exhibits showcasing Shenandoah Valley’s rich history. The buildings were moved from various locations around the area and fully restored to represent a small 19th century farming community and walkable living history museum. Plan to see civil war artifacts and early settler decorative arts, items of clothing and other daily life necessities.

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Yogi Bear Resort

Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park in Luray offers a camping experience plus a whole lot more like a 197-foot long Virginia Vortex water slide with a cavernous Superbowl where centrifugal forces keep riders high on the wall for several rotations. Guests can tube ride a 376-foot long Luray Loop-de-Loop water slide that is loaded with tight corners and high-bank turns or speed down a 222-foot long multi-lane Mountain Match-Up - a mat racing water slide! Three large swimming pools and a kiddie pool are also located on the property.

Who hasn’t dreamed of visiting Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park? Well in Luray, you can! And better yet, it’s a water park, complete with rides and slides for the daring and tame alike alongside three large swimming and one children’s pool. We dare anyone in the family to leave without a smile on their face.

Escape 211

An escape room in Page County? We got that! Fun mystery solving experience that brings teams together in a room to work on cooperation, problem-solving, and communication with the hope of escaping! Visitors will leave excited, intrigued and most of all bonded as a team. Reservations required.

Cooter's Place

Dukes of Hazzard fans you can’t miss Cooter’s Place Museum and Replica Cooter’s Garage including the
General Lee, Cooter’s Tow Truck and Boss Hogg’s Caddy. The “Cooter’s Garage Band” performs regularly
and Cooter, himself, makes appearances frequently. Dukes of Hazzard clothing, collectibles, memorabilia
onsite with plenty of Hazzard merchandise available for purchase. Rudy’s Roadside featuring Daisy’s Dairy
Bar is serving food. Live music on weekends.

Bear Mountain Zip Line

With the slogan - “Find Adventure in the Shenandoah Valley” your can’t go wrong at this over 50 acre forested area perfectly designed for zipline and climbing in the woods. Located and the base of Shenandoah National Park, you will experience the Blue Ridge Mountains from the trees. Groups or individuals should book ahead.

Page Theater

Not your typical small-town movie house, the Page Theater catches your eye with its bright pink facade and keeps you fixated with its eclectic and carefully curated decor. Check the marquee to select from first-run movies, then settle in with some popcorn and get ready to be entertained.

Wedding Venues

Page County offers the perfect location and best service you could ask for when planning your big day. Whether you want a barn backdrop, vineyard view, historic inn, classic church, riverfront ceremony, or an outdoor wedding celebrating the beauty of nature, Page County is home to the venue to bring your dreams to life.

Shenandoah Speedway

“Where the Mountains Roar” – 3/8 mile division competition track with grandstands, pit areas, concessions, and plenty of parking.

Luray Zoo

Family friendly rescue zoo with gift shop, indoor and outdoor exhibits supporting field trips, outreach and other animal adventures.

Horseback Riding

Enjoy guided trail rides through pastures along the Shenandoah River, elevated foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, and designated horse trails in Shenandoah National Park and George Washington National Forest.

Rudy & Son Recreation (formerly T-Bowl Lanes):

Trackside Theater

Fairview Fun Farm

Valley Star Farm

DarkWood Manor

Caverns Country Club Resort

Appalachian Adventures

River Hill Stable (under “Horseback Riding”)

Skyline Drive

Shenandoah River Outfitters

Shenandoah River Adventures

Massanutten Country Corner