The beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains are visible from
every corner of Page County,Virginia.
Not only does their beauty soothe and inspire us, they provide a spectacular place to play. There are hundreds of miles of trails for hiking – including 101 miles of the Appalachian Trail – horseback riding or just taking a leisurely stroll.
The cool mountain streams are filled with trout and the forests are home to songbirds and lots of other wildlife. For a scenic drive, nothing beats Skyline Drive as it meanders along the crest of mountain top through Shenandoah National Park.
On a clear night when the sun goes down you will understand how the park got its name – Shenandoah is Native American for Daughter of the Stars. Visitors can enjoy the shimmering night sky from overnight accommodations that range from campgrounds to cabins to traditional rooms and spacious suites.
Luray & Page County offers visitors the unique combination of mountains, valleys and underground caverns. There is so much to explore at each level, from breathtaking mountaintop vistas to rivers, farms and towns throughout the valleys and, of course, the magical underground world of Luray Caverns.
To help you plan your visit, you will find activities and amenities color coded based on their location in the mountains, valleys or beneath the surface. Have fun exploring Luray & Page County from top to bottom.