Vehicle Fuel Available at Big Meadows ONLY!
Vehicle fuel is only available at Big Meadows (mile 52). Gas service has been discontinued at the Loft and Elkwallow areas.
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Education In Shenandoah
This series of short videos and interactive curriculum materials will help teachers and group leaders to use Shenandoah National Park as a tool for education. Videos prepare you for a field trip to Shenandoah National Park, while the CCC and Herbert Hoover interactive curriculums can be used as teaching aids in the classroom, complying with all SOL requirements.
For subtitles, view the Education in Shenandoah series on YouTube.
This video discusses what topics you can explore during a field trip, how to start planning for a day in the park, and what to expect once you get out in the field with your small group.
This interactive curriculum teaches the fundamentals of social and political history through the events of the Great Depression using the stories of real people, real experiences, and real places of the Civilian Conservation Corps.
Lessons provide insight into the life and times of our 31st President, his work as a conservationist and humanitarian, his activities and programs as Chief Executive, and his lasting impact on America.
Did You Know?
Shenandoah National Park may be one of the few places where you could see a spotted skunk sitting under a gray birch tree. The spotted skunk is at the northern part of its range while the gray birch is at the southern part of its range.