During the spring, summer, and fall there are many ranger-led programs including guided hikes, informative talks, and evening campfire programs. Check the Ranger Programs Ranger Programs schedule for current program times, locations, and descriptions.
There are more than 500 miles of hiking trails and plenty of wildlife to see in the park. You can also stop by one of the park’s visitor centers to watch a park film, stroll through the exhibits, browse in our bookstore, or ask a ranger any questions you may have.
You can even see Shenandoah from your own home! Webcams located in the park let you observe a Peregrine Falcon nest and check the weather at Big Meadows!
The whole family can enjoy the hands-on exploration of the diversity of life within Shenandoah National Park. Together, you can discover the wonders of the Shenandoah and learn how to preserve natural and cultural treasures in your own community.