Remember when driving was fun? This 105-mile national scenic byway offers endless views atop Blue Ridge Mountains.
"I can still remember the warmth of my father's hand as we walked together, and him describing every tree, and plant, and animal that we saw." - Ken Burns recalling his visit to Shenandoah National Park
What to See
Exposed summit rocks in the park are a billion years old, and offer spectacular panoramic views and scramble opportunities.
WhiteOak Canyon features a series of spectacular falls. The first drop is the most impressive with 90 feet of thundering water tumbling into a rainbow mist.
Perched high about the Shenandoah Valley, Skyland Resort offers lodging and dining at the highest point along Skyline Drive (3,680 feet).
From mountaintop lodging to inns to cabin getaways, the choice is yours.
Lodging inside the Park (includes Skyland Resort, Big Meadows Lodge, and more)
Lodging near the Park (accommodations in the Shenandoah Valley)
While some visitors choose a scenic drive along Skyline Drive, others opt to explore meadows and forests by foot. Spring with its many clear days a... more
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