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Our family-run horse farm we started in 1988 and proudly served Northern NY until 2002 and then moved to Northern, VA and have continued our ...
Experience the thrill of snow tubing down 135 feet of elevation! Our trail is more than 900 feet long and offers a rope tow to take you back to ...
We have four one-way, single-directional trails for the off-road mountain trail enthusiast. Each trail is marked with corresponding colored ...
The Cove is a rustic escape to the outdoors only 12 miles outside Winchester. 3000 mountain acres and 3 large lakes with ATV and motorcycle ...
Located 7 miles north of Winchester on Route 522 (North). Enjoy the challenge of golf on this 18 hole miniature golf course spread over 2 acres of ...
Thumper's Daylily Farm
Winchester Wheelmen Bicycling Club
We produce handcrafted Hard Cider from apples predominantly grown in the Shenandoah Valley. Each batch we make is dependent upon Mother Nature and ...
Rocking S Ranch
This new jewel in the Shenandoah Valley is distinct in its abundance of rock, water and orchards. Its elevation variance and course length ...
The Museum of the Shenandoah Valley (MSV) is dedicated to preserving and enriching the cultural life and heritage of the Valley. This regional ...
The Winchester Little Theatre is a volunteer live community theater organization that specializes in four theatrical productions annually. Each ...
As commander of Confederate forces in the Shenandoah Valley, Gen. Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson spent much of the winter and spring of 1861-62 in ...
Misty Mountain Meadworks is currently the smallest Virginia Farm Winery. We specialize in making Mead, which some people call honey-wine. The ...
Handley Regional Library and Stewart Bell Jr. Archives
A marker, situated between the sidewalk and fenced yard desribes the fort and its historical significance, and can be viewed during daylight hours....
This land with earthenworks was the site of the September 19, 1864 Third Battle of Winchester. Roadside markers are near the train tracks.
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