Shenandoah National Park is one of the most popular and scenic areas in the national park system.Spectacular hiking trails of varying difficulties, including the famous Appalachian Trail, offer a wide range. From a panoramic view of the valley from your car, to a close up view of the wide variety of flora and fauna, you have many choices.
For more than 130 years, Luray Caverns has been renowned as one of the world's most spectacular natural wonders. Since its discovery in 1878, visitors by the millions have made Luray Caverns the most popular caverns in Eastern America. Sloping, paved walkways and a constant 54 degrees provide a comfortable visit for all ages. www.LurayCaverns.com
Outstanding golf in the breathtakingly beautiful Shenandoah Valley - a combination awaiting at Caverns Country Club Resort. Nestled in the shadows of the Blue Ridge Mountains overlooking the fabled Shenandoah River, this unique golf setting creates one of the most scenic golf opportunities in the region.
The South Fork of the world famous Shenandoah River flows at the base of the Massanutten Mountain Range. Enjoy canoeing, tubing, floating, fishing, swimming and just relaxing on the banks of the marvelous waterway.
Canoeing: http://www.mudkatoutfitters.com . or www.shenandoahriveroutfitters.com.
Mudkat does offer the Luray KOA shuttle service to and from campground.
We like to welcome to our community Cooter's Museum & Store Luray Virginia. They have moved from Sperryville to Luray and by spring the Museum, restaurant and recording studio will be well on it's way.Similar to their locations in Nashville and Gatlinburg and Daisy Country in Nashville. Check out their website for upcoming events www.cootersplace.com. They plan on music, when available guest visits from Ben Jones himself and wife Alma and much more to come. So much fun for all.
When you camp at our KOA you have a wide choice of daily activities to keep you busy, unless you just want to relax (and you can do that, too). Since we are situated in a valley between two gorgeous mountain ranges, our campers can spend days exploring the trails and roads of those mountains by car or bicycle. Others spend time on the Shenandoah River, canoeing, fishing and hiking. Of course, one must-see here are the Luray Caverns, an underground wonderland of stalagmites, stalactites and subterranean waterways. That's truly a bucket-list item. Our in-park activities include weekend billiards tournaments. Just enough activities to make you welcome the cool quiet nights under the starry skies of the Shenandoah Valley.
Ziplines, 2 line bridge vine, heebie-jeebie cat walk, cargo net, wobbly log , Raider bridge, zig zag bridge, tyrolean traverse, mini zip. Closed- toe shoes required for all adventures. Visit their website or call. 540-743-1733 or Tony at 540-843-4083.
Enjoy our hometown movie theater right in the heart of town. Admissions are $9 for adults and $7 for Children, Matinees $7 (they only accept cash). Check out their website for listings and times www.pagetheater.com or on their facebook..
Family farming in the scenic Shenandoah Valley for over 200 years. River Hill Wine and Spirits take pride in the fact that most of the ingredients in this product are carefully grown, distilled, and aged in small quantities at the farm. Open Saturdays 11am to 5pm. All other times by appointment.
Sit back and let them do the driving for you. Tour the local area vineyards - so many to see. Let Time to Wine take you on a carefree day, enjoying the beautiful Shenandoah Valley countryside. For more information contact Joby Chu or Greg Miller at (540) 705-0954 or email@example.com. They can also be found at www.facebook.com/Time2Winetours or http://www.time2winetours.com/index.html