The East Coast boasts its own array of beautiful mountains, bursting with life. The Appalachian Trail is a popular trek that spans the Appalachia, and 105 miles of it lies within Shenandoah National Park. The park is a wooded wonderland, full of breathtaking views. The vistas you’ll witness are nothing short of spectacular. With over 70 overlooks, you may have trouble picking a favorite spot. Visitors can come any time of year. Each season holds its own unique charm, keeping the park ever-changing.
Shenandoah National Park rests within the Blue Ridge Mountain range found within the state of Virginia. Harrisonburg is the nearest town, offering lodging, restaurants, shopping, and other attractions for families to enjoy. The scenic highway known as the Skyline Drive traverses the property, leading the way towards a large trail network. The park itself consists of many different geographical features including dense forest, waterfalls, and rich mountain peaks. The property is also a haven for many different varieties of plant and animal life.
Shenandoah National Park is a place where you will find cascading waterfalls (some over 90 feet high), awe-inspiring geological features, and quiet wooded hollows. Shenandoah provides not only a beautiful setting, but a functional one. If you love recreation, this is a perfect park for you. Families and people of all ages will have no trouble finding something to do.
This part of Virginia sees lots of visitors, and when you’re used to traveling with a larger rig, you may also be used to trouble finding spacious spots… not here. The drive is as easy as the stay. This park is surely a favorite among quite a diverse group of RV campers.