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Located near Bentonville, Virginia, is where you will find Shenandoah River State Park. This state park was created in 1994 and covers over 1,619 acres. It’s situated next to the South Fork Shenandoah River and features massive rolling hills which are popular with hikers and photographers.

The area where the park is now located was once home to various types of Native American tribes. Eventually, settlers built farms on the land before it became a railroad hub. This park is also located near national forests, such as Shenandoah National Park and the George Washington and Jefferson National Forest.

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Getting Outdoors

One activity to try while here is hiking. The park is filled with over 24 miles of various trails which are also good for cycling and horseback riding. Many of the trails give stunning panoramic views over the area while others will take you deep into the forest to get a glimpse of the local wildlife. Keep in mind though that some trails can be difficult to trek due to their elevation and thick overgrowth.

You could also try birdwatching while at the park. In fact, the park is considered to be a hidden birdwatching-gem as it’s filled with many different types of species, including wild turkeys, cardinals, eagles, and barred owls. Because of this, you’ll want to make sure to bring along some binoculars or your camera while exploring it.

Another popular activity to do is canoeing thanks to the park’s location next to the Shenandoah River. The river winds through the Shenandoah Valley and is a very slow-moving one, so it’s perfect for people of all canoeing experiences to try out. The river will also take you by swamps and marshlands where you’ll be able to check out unique trees and plants. While there aren’t always canoe rentals at the park, there are a few rental companies located a few minutes away from it. So, if you want to try your hand at canoeing down the river, you’ll need to drive over to one with your RV.

Shenandoah River State Park is also popular for its ziplining. Visitors can hop up on a zip line and fly through the forest to different sections of it. You’ll have a guide traveling with you who will ensure you zip line safely while learning about the local wildlife and history. Besides gliding through the air, this adventure will also take you across a sky bridge, on a few hikes, and even give you the chance to rappel.

The state park is home to a visitor center which includes exhibits telling of the local ecology and history. It houses various local wildlife species for educational purposes as well as a small aquarium. It also hosts talks on different topics, such as Virginia’s amphibians and turtles.

Camping at Shenandoah River State Park

Camping with an RV at Shenandoah River State Park is allowed. It offers 32 RV sites that have a maximum length of 60 feet. Amenities included are water, electric, restrooms with showers, and laundry.

This motorhome campground is open year-round and is pet-friendly so don't forget to bring Fluffy. Many of its sites have river views although you will need to book these specific sites in advance if you want them. There is an information center located nearby for guests who have questions or concerns about their visit.

Exploring the Area

There are a handful of local areas to visit with when you search for an RV rentals in Warren County. Just a few minutes away in Luray is Luray Caverns. Discovered in 1878, the caverns feature a towering interior that is filled with mudflows, mirrored pools, and stalagmites. The caverns are also home to three different museums including the Car and Carriage Museum, a museum that tells of the frontier age in Virginia, and a vintage toy museum.

Another option to check out is Old Town Winchester. The town is over 250 years old and is filled with historic buildings, many of which have been converted into shops and restaurants. The town also has summer movie nights which play family-friendly films and a farmers market where local goods can be bought.

You could also take about a two-hour drive away with your campervan to Alexandria to see Gadsby’s Tavern Museum. This historic building was built in 1752 and was where many important political meetings were once held. Visitors can view various exhibits that tell of colonial history as well as watch colonial musical performances and dances when they are held. When you’re done touring the museum, you could also stop by its tavern where you’ll be able to try out dishes from the 1700s.

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Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds


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  • Bear Bottom Loop Trail, VAShenandoah River State Park, VA
  • Overlook Trail, VAShenandoah River State Park, VA
  • Allen's Mountain Trail, VAShenandoah River State Park, VA
  • Wildcat Ledge Trail, VAShenandoah River State Park, VA
  • Massanutten Mountain and Shenandoah River Trail, VAShenandoah River State Park, VA
  • Overall Run Trail, VAShenandoah National Park, VA
  • Veach Gap Trail, VAGeorge Washington National Forest, VA
  • Shawl Gap Trail, VAGeorge Washington National Forest, VA
  • Bear Wallow Trail, VAGeorge Washington National Forest, VA
  • Elizabeth Furnace Recreation Area, VAGeorge Washington National Forest, VA

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