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Best parks in Augusta County

National Park
“30 miles West of Charlottesville access the Blue Ridge Parkway for hiking or a scenic drive. Head South to the Parkway and North to the Skyline Drive. ”
47 locals recommend
Campground
“Two Mountain Lakes in National Forest Recreation area. Great Swimming (with Beach) trails, picnicing, hiking, camping.”
16 locals recommend
Cave
“A must see for this visit to the Shenandoah valley!! Within minutes of one of nature’s true gems. ”
10 locals recommend
Park
“Outdoor recreational area for water lovers. Open to the public everyday except Saturday.”
10 locals recommend
Bar
“Fun farm visit and lavender-themed gift shop (including lavender ice cream!). Year-round special events. Friends enjoyed their wine selections tasting.”
7 locals recommend
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“Want to get out and stretch your legs, do some bird-watching, or just enjoy the great outdoors? The Rock Valley Foundation trail head for this network of hiking trails is located directly off of 151. It features a variety of trails that can be walked independently as short walks or pieced together to create a 6 mile loop.”
8 locals recommend
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“The Nature foundation has a great indoor hands on area and plans group hikes and activities; across from the Wintergreen pool and spa”
11 locals recommend
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“A lovely year-round walking experience on the James Madison University campus. There's a small indoor visitor center. On a beautiful spring or fall day, parking can be a challenge in the too-small lot that has a one-lane in/out route.”
7 locals recommend
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“Montgomery Hall Park has a nature playground, a great playground for kids, ball fields, soccer fields, bike trails (easy to extreme), a disc golf course, picnic shelters, basketball courts and tennis courts. Plenty of free parking available. ”
5 locals recommend
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“Labyrinth, hiking trails, mountain biking trails, exercise equipment, playground, volleyball court, basketball court, this park has a little bit of everything and it's right across the street. Open till dusk with plenty of parking.”
5 locals recommend
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“Has a couple of playgrounds, a duck pond, a circular walking area, places to picnic and barbecue and a public golf course. During the summer there are free concerts several nights a week.”
4 locals recommend
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“Check the city of Staunton's website for what's going on at this amazing park (that we are situated right next to.) There's often great live music here (free).”
4 locals recommend
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“Beautiful state park and very family friendly. Swimming areas, and separate kayak / canoeing areas (no gas motors). Good bass and blue gill fishing. Lots of camping areas, and trails around the lake and mountains. Costs a few dollars for a self-pay parking area.”
2 locals recommend
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“Beautiful park with trails, playground, duck park, pool, tennis courts, golf course etc. Many free concerts during summer months, like Stonewall Brigade Band - Mondays 8pm (June - August).”
2 locals recommend