Shenandoah National Park's website can be the start of something fantastic. Use these pages and links to plan the perfect Blue Ridge Mountain getaway.
ShenandoahNational Parkis 105 miles long stretching from Front Royal, Virginia to the Waynesboro-Charlottesville area.Skyline Driveis the scenic roadway that takes you through the park. There are four entrances (and exits) from the park. Start by finding your best route to the park in Directions.
Shenandoah has many programs and events to enhance your visit from spring to fall. Go on a ranger led hike, take a tour, and much more!
A great place to start planning your visit! Learn about operating hours, fees and passes, permits, reservations, weather, pets, goods, services, important notices and regulations, and downloadable guides.
There is more to Shenandoah than meets the eye! In addition to Skyline Drive, hiking trails, and beautiful wilderness; we also have visitors centers, exhibits, lodging, restaurants, stores, and more! Click here to find more information about all of the places you can go!
Shenandoah offers ranger programs and events in addition to outdoor activities like hiking, camping, horseback riding, fishing, and rock climbing. Click here to learn more about the things you can do here in Shenandoah that will make your visit into a trip you'll never forget.
The National Park Service turns 100 on August 25, 2016, and we have exciting events scheduled all year in celebration! Have a look at what we have planned; come celebrate with us!
Facility Schedule Shenandoah is open all year round, but the opening hours of various facilities change from season to season. For an up-to-date list of our facility schedule, look here!
Safety Be safe when you visit Shenandoah! Click here to learn about driving, hiking, wildlife, and other important safety information. In case of an emergency, call 800-732-0911!
Accessibility Shenandoah is committed to making the park accessible to all visitors. As such, most facilities and services in the park are accessible or accessible with assistance. Learn more about accessibility of buildings, campgrounds, trails, and more here.