Shenandoah National Park
162 locals recommend
Tips from locals
There are several lovely hikes with trail heads starting around Madison. Check out White Oak Canyon, Old Rag or the lesser known Graves Mill trail. Great swimming holes on a hot day!
What more is there to say? There is a fee for the park. The skyline drive will take you to the park. About 10 miles away!
Enjoy the many hiking adventures offered in Shenandoah National Park. You can find some great hikes on the AllTrails app.
Hiking: Dark Hallow falls and Bear fence are two of my favorites Picnicking: Big Meadows has the most delicious raspberry ice cream Driving: Take the skyline drive and stop at the many lookouts along the way
A short drive on Route 33 through Harrisonburg lands you at the Swift Run entrance to this incredible National Park. Trails for abilities of all ages, some of which are a part of the famed Appalachian Trail. Plenty of overlooks and picnic areas to enjoy a scenic drive if that is more your speed. …
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