• Visitors bask in a golden sunset at Dickey Ridge Visitor Center in Shenandoah National Park


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    Fire managers plan to conduct a 35-acre prescribed burn in Big Meadows on Oct. 4 IF weather and fuel conditions are right. The burn will be completed in one day and all facilities and the Skyline Drive will remain open. More »


What's the Best Way to Stay Connected?
Shenandoah National Park provides a few different ways for you to stay connected to what is happening in the park. These options allow for maximum efficiency and allow you to choose how you want to be informed, and how often you want to be informed.

Follow @Shenandoahnps on Twitter and receive tweets from us to your desktop, smart phone or other hand-held device. It's a great way to stay in touch while traveling. We also often tweet about events that happen "right now," including photographs.

"Like" Shenandoah National Park on Facebook where we share exciting content and happenings in the park.

Do you need a photograph for your news story or other media needs? Check out our Flickr site for free public domain images. Please credit the appropriate photographer and the National Park Service.

Shenandoah has an extensive video collection available from our Photos and Multimedia page, as well as on on our YouTube site at http://www.youtube.com/user/ShenandoahNPS/videos.

Did You Know?

Coyotes are gray to tannish with long snouts, large erect ears and a bushy tail with a black tip.

Coyotes, by their very opportunistic nature, have become established residents of Shenandoah National Park. More...