Things to do

The beautiful Shenandoah Valley…
so much to see and do!

Old Rag Shenandoah National Park

Old Rag Shenandoah National Park

If you choose to leave the comfort of your cabin, much awaits you outside your door!

The Visitor’s Center in Luray is an excellent source of additional area information.
Please also view the  Local Calendar of Events in Page County

Virginia is Wine Country and the Shenandoah Valley boasts many wonderful wineries. Click each to go to their website.

Discover the Blue Ridge Whisky Wine Loop!
Wisteria Farm & Vineyard (Owner’s Tip:  Wisteria Farm & Vineyard is only a mile away!)
Castle Vineyards
(Owner’s Tip:  Castle Vineyards is in Luray!)
Rappahannock Cellars  
Cave Ridge Vineyard
The Winery at Kindred Pointe
Wolf Gap Vineyard and Winery
Shenandoah Vineyards
Muse Vineyards
Glen Manor Vineyards
Trump Winery
North Mountain Vineyards
Cedar Creek Winery
Wicked Oak Farms & Vineyard
Valerie Hill Vineyard & Winery
Veramar Vineyard
CrossKeys Vineyards
Bluestone Vineyard
Ox-Eye Vineyard
Rockbridge Vineyard
Lexington Valley Vineyard

Jump Mountain Vineyard
Barren Ridge Vineyards
Blue Ridge Vineyard
Gadino Cellars
Copper Fox Distillery

And if beer is more to your tastes, don’t despair!
Hawksbill Brewing Company – a craft brewery only 10 minutes from your cabin!
Beerwerks Trail – a full listing of area breweries, a trail map, and upcoming events!

Let someone else to the driving!
Time 2 Wine Tours – for shuttle service as well as tour services for both beer AND wine drinkers!

If the weather moves you indoors, no worries! You can stay in the cabin and enjoy some reading, relaxing, or hot tub time on the deck.  Or there’s plenty of indoor fun in the area: 

Walking, dining & shopping along Luray’s Main Street – MUST SEE Hawksbill Trading Company and the Warehouse Art Gallery
Luray Caverns (10 minutes from the cabin) – free w/ticket: two museums, Garden Maze, and Rope Adventure Park
Endless Caverns
Shenandoah Caverns
Skyline Caverns
Cooters Place in the Valley – (calling all Dukes of Hazard fans!)
Luray Zoo
Massanutten Resort Indoor Water Park

If horseback riding, playing on the Shenandoah River, exploring Shenandoah National Park, golfing, fishing (all mentioned above with links) aren’t enough for you, there’s more to explore!  Follow the links below to discover even more things to do in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley:

Appalachian Adventures
George Washington National Forest

Shenandoah Speedway

Mt. Crawford Creamery
Rte 11 Chip Factory 
Page Valley Fly Fishing
Bear Mountain Zip Lines
River Hill Distillery
Birdsong Pleasure Garden
Hawksbill Recreation Park
Flying Rabbit Sporting Clays 
Showalter’s Orchard


The Commonwealth of Virginia, Old Dominion, the Mother of Presidents…all these names give rightful and proper value to Virginia as an integral part of our nation’s history.  This Virginia history is within your reach when you are in the Shenandoah Valley, home of fierce Civil War battles and neighbor to three Presidential Homes, the Virginia Military Institute, and so much more.  

Virginia Museum of the Civil War
Luray Valley Museum (wonderful small museum, included in your Luray Caverns admission)
Page County, Virginia in the Civil War

Virginia Civil War Trail Civil War links
Lexington, VA – home of VMI, Stonewall Jackson House, and more
James Madison’s Montpelier

Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello
James Monroe’s Ash Lawn-Highland
Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library
Frontier Culture Museum
Luray Valley Museum


Enjoy live theatre, current movies in quaint historic buildings, concerts of all types, even Shakespearean drama!  Click the venues below for details and be sure to check the Local Links tab for links to even more entertainment options.

Page Theatre
Performing Arts of Luray
Trackside Theatre
Court Square Theatre
Blackfriars Playhouse


Visit these sites for more local attractions, upcoming festivals and fairs, and more:

Luray-Page Chamber of Commerce
Shenandoah National Park
View the Local Calendar of Events in Page County

View Luray Area Attractions in a larger map