Shenandoah National Park
Nearly 195,000 acres of protected land flanks Page County’s eastern horizon, including the famous Appalachian Trail. The national park boasts visitor centers, exhibits, and ranger programs along with hikes for all skill levels, camping, wildlife viewing, rock climbing, fishing, and horseback riding.
George Washington National Forest
Page County is home to nearly 28,000 acres of the George Washington National Forest in the Lee Ranger District. Hike, bike, ride horseback, and camp among nearly 40 species of trees and more than 2,000 species of shrubs and plants. Lakes, ponds, and reservoirs support more than 100 species of freshwater fish.