Page County Passions!

Hawksbill Creek, Oscar Sours Bridge, Luray VA
Address
18 Campbell
Luray, VA 22835
Region Shenandoah Valley
Locality Page
Phone: (540) 743-3915
Email briana.campbell@luraypage.com
Website www.luraypage.com

Hawksbill Creek: A local favorite fishing spot and swimming hole, the community enjoys this creek during all seasons! You never know what types of birds you may find, from Great Blue Herons to Kingfishers and ducks. This creek is a unique place to unwind and enjoys free, ample parking all around it!

Page County Grown Farm: Agriculture is one of Page County's proudest attributes! We encourage visitors to enjoy our locally grown products on their visits, found at many restaurants and farmer's markets. This photo, taken at Khimaira Farm, illustrates the view peering out of a pre-civil war barn feeder! Looking for horseback riding? We've got it!

Cabin Capital: Known as the Cabin Capital of VA, our community is famous for its abundance of unique, charming cabins that provide serenity and relaxation! From riverside to mountain tops, this photo was captured during a snow storm at Helm's Mountain Hideaway. We love to share our breathtaking views with visitors and encourage you to 'warm up' in VA's Cabin Capital!

Shenandoah River: The Shenandoah River is on of our most special treasures! This photo shows a dog's view at low water bridge near EgyptBend. This particular spot is a local favorite for "putting in" their canoe or innertube to begin a leisurely float down our legendary river. Known as a local gathering spot for embarking on river adventures, this area is where many memories begin!

Hawksbill Greenway: One of the most unique treasures of our community is our local greenway which winds around the Hawskbill creek! From handpainted murals by local artists, to benches, picnic areas, memorials and wildlife, this greenway is where we walk, stroll, run and bike for health and pleasure!

Luray Train Depot: This view captures the tracks of an historically significant (dating back to 1866) railway that runs alongside our restored renovated Train Depot). The depot now serves as the office of the Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center & continues to grow as a train museum attraction! We are so proud of what the railway system means to our community's heritage!

Lake Arrowhead: A favorite local getaway is Lake Arrowhead! From swimming, fishing, and boating on the lake to exploring the surrounding nature trail, this area has been a long-time local past-time! We encourage you to stop in the Fairview General Store along the way, grab a packed lunch or hand-dipped ice cream to enjoy at the lake!




Last Updated: 1/12/2012 9:23 AM