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Bridgewater, Historic River Crossing, 1862 Valley ...

Location: Bridgewater

Inscription reads: "After his victory at the Battle of McDowell on May 8, 1862, Gen. Stonewall Jackson made plans to attack another Federal force in ... More Info

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Bridgewater During the War

Location: Bridgewater

Inscription reads: "The town of Bridgewater was a center of Confederate logistical activity during the Civil War. It also sent one company of ... More Info

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Reuel B. Pritchett Museum at Bridgewater College

Location: Bridgewater

Visit a fascinating museum with an eclectic collection of more than 10,000 artifacts, including those from Native-Americans, the American Civil War, ... More Info

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Outdoor Adventures of the Virginias

Location: Bridgewater

Come enjoy the great outdoors. We provide everything needed for your adventure. Guided trips include Rockclimbing, Mountain Biking, Wild Caving, ... More Info

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Bluestone Vineyard & Winery

Location: Bridgewater

Come out to Bluestone Vineyard! We're just south of Bridgewater, VA, only 10 minutes from I-81. Nestled in the Shenandoah Valley between mountains ... More Info

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George Washington National Forest - North River ...

Location: Harrisonburg (2.3 mi.)

The Deerfield Portion of the North River Ranger District is located in the heart of the scenic ridge and valley province of northwestern Virginia's ... More Info

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Pump It Up

Location: Mount Crawford (2.6 mi.)

Pump It Up is an enclosed inflatable jumping apparatus for kids. "Family Night" is available on the first Monday of each month from 6pm-7:30pm for ... More Info

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Welcome to the Flying Rabbit

Flying Rabbit Sporting Clays

Location: Mount Crawford (2.6 mi.)
Welcome to the Flying Rabbit

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Dayton, Dark Days in the Burnt District

Location: Dayton (2.7 mi.)

Inscription reads: "In the fall of 1864, attacks by Confederate raiders and bushwhackers angered Federal officers in the Shenandoah Valley. On ... More Info

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Leather and Lace Country Dance Club

Location: Dayton (3.1 mi.)

The Leather and Lace Country Dance Club holds its dances on the first Saturday and the third Friday of every month. All dances are held at the ... More Info

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Death of Lt. Meigs, Deadly Encounter, 1864 Valley ...

Location: Dayton (3.1 mi.)

Inscription reads: "Here on the old Swift Run Gap Road on the evening of October 3, 1864, Union Lt. John Rodgers Meigs was killed in a fight with ... More Info

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Death of Lt. Meigs, The Heavy Hand of War, 1864 ...

Location: Dayton (3.1 mi.)

Inscription reads: "The death of Union Lt. John R. Meigs, near the granite marker on the hill in front of you, unleashed a firestorm of retaliation. ... More Info

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Visit the two-story stone house built around 1749 by Daniel Harrison, first settler of Dayton.

Daniel Harrison House (Fort Harrison)

Location: Dayton (3.2 mi.)
Visit the two-story stone house built around 1749 by Daniel Harrison, first settler of Dayton.

The Daniel Harrison House, also known as "Fort Harrison", was built in 1749 by Daniel Harrison, the first settler in Dayton. Daniel was the ... More Info

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Three Brothers Brewing

Location: Harrisonburg (3.3 mi.)

At Three Brothers Brewing,our mission is to brew and sell the best craft beer possible. As a family owned business, we focus on both the community ... More Info

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Local Civil War history is told though artifacts and the unforgettably illuminated electric map.

The Heritage Museum: Harrisonburg-Rockingham ...

Location: Dayton (3.3 mi.)
Local Civil War history is told though artifacts and the unforgettably illuminated electric map.

The Heritage Museum's excellent exhibits depict the history of the Rockingham County and Harrisonburg area; an electric ... More Info

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Daniel Bowman Mill at Silver Lake, Shenandoah ...

Location: Dayton (3.4 mi.)

Inscription reads: "During the Civil War, the Daniel Bowman Mill occupied this site, grinding wheat brought here by Rockingham County farmers. The ... More Info

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Mulligan's Golf Center (mini golf & driving range)

Location: Harrisonburg (3.4 mi.)

Mulligan's Golf Center has a driving range, pro shop, miniature golf, and snack bar. Also offered are private lessons, junior lessons, group ... More Info

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Bike past the serene Silver Lake.

Bike Loop into the Mennonite Community

Location: Dayton (3.6 mi.)
Bike past the serene Silver Lake.

This 10-mile bike loop originates at Mole Hill Bikes in Dayton, about 3 miles from Harrisonburg. It is a scenic ride through the rural farms of ... More Info

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