From the peaks of the Blue Ridge Mountains to the Shenandoah River
winding through the valley, Page County is one of the most picturesque
places in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Located 15 minutes from
I-81 and 30 minutes from I-66, Page County is also convenient to major
interstates. Page County is 90 miles from the capital of the country,
Washington, D.C., and 120 miles from the capital of the state, Richmond,
Page county has charming small towns that are rich in
history, with friendly people, delicious food and plenty of
old-fashioned hospitality. Luray is the county seat and the county’s largest town.
Discover eastern America's largest and most popular caverns, Luray Caverns.
The caverns are a US Natural Landmark noted for the profuse variety of
formation and unsurpassed natural color. From well-lighted paved
walkways explore cathedral-sized rooms with ceilings 10 stories high,
filled with towering stone columns and crystal-clear pools. Also hear
the haunting sounds of the world's only Stalacpipe Organ creating music
of symphonic quality from stone formations.
Page County boasts the Shenandoah National Park. This beautiful, historic national treasure includes the scenic 105-mile long Skyline Drive
- a designated National Scenic Byway. The Park covers the crest of
Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains for over seventy-five miles. The Appalachian Trail roughly parallels the Skyline Drive and about 101 miles of this trail run through the Park.