Autumn Splendor in the Cabin Capital of Virginia

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    Relax and be yourself in Page County.

    This fall when you visit Page County, Cabin Capital of Virginia, you can bring your dinner jacket and tie but you'll also want to pack your favorite jeans, some comfy shoes and an old sweater!

     


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    Day 1:

    Spending the day in Luray, time will fly. Luray is not only the county portal to the four main attractions: Luray Caverns, Shenandoah National Park, Shenandoah River and the George Washington Forest, but is also is the home to many unique side attractions. The Luray Zoo, Garden Maze, Hawksbill Greenway, Lake Arrowhead, are other fun adventures. In between your excursions, stop for a meal at our array of restaurants serving every taste bud, whether craving German schnitzel or southern country fried chicken.

    Before snuggling in your cozy cabin for the night, enjoy night time entertainment. The Mimslyn Inn Speakeasy and Main Streets Evenings on Main are local hot spots couples and families alike will enjoy.  


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    Day 2:

    Travel south on Highway 340 for 6 ½ miles into the quaint town of Stanley. This picturesque town is the perfect location for a country drive. You will be surrounded by the Massanutten and Blue Ridge Mountains. Beautiful farmland and scenic wonder are what's in store. For an appetizing meal, stop by Ciro's Pizza. Before you head out of town take a ride along the river banks and though the woods with one of Stanley's well-established horseback riding guides.

     


    Shenandoah Speedway Welcome

    Day 3:

    Historic Shenandoah is the town where the "Mountains Roar". Shenandoah Speedway is a 3/8 mile asphalt track where professional racers come to stretch their legs. Events take place every week during the racing season. To calm your pumping heart, shop downtown at the Century Old Shenandoah Store. See a different part of the Shenandoah River when you put in here.

     


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