Places To Go

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Maps of Shenandoah

Skyline Drive: A Journey and a Destination
When you enter Shenandoah National Park via one of our four entrances, you will find yourself on Skyline Drive. Here is where the fun begins. This roadway is an experience itself, and it is the route to all places of interest in Shenandoah.

Click the icon to the right to find downloadable maps!

Iron Mike statue, waist up

Iron Mike at Byrd Visitor Center - NPS

Visitor Centers
Shenandoah has three Visitor Centers: Harry F. Byrd Sr Visitor Center, Dickey Ridge Visitor Center, and our new Mobile Visitor Center. Each visitor center is the perfect place to ask questions, get oriented, and learn about the park through interactive exhibits, educational programs, and information desks.

Both Byrd and Dickey Ridge Visitor Centers have bookstores where you can purchase maps, books, and more!


Cabin at Skyland - NPS

If you don't want to camp, don't worry! We have something for everyone. Learn more about Big Meadows Lodge, Skyland Resort, Lewis Mountain Cabins, and PATC cabins here.

Visit our partner,
Delaware North at Shenandoah National Park, for room information and reservations!

Byrd visitor center exhibit

Exhibit at Byrd Visitor Center - NPS

Learn about Shenandoah through our exhibits, located throughout the park. Get acquainted with the park at Dickey Ridge Visitor Center; learn about Shenandoah's history at Byrd Visitor Center; discover Herbert Hoover's retreat at Rapidan Camp; or learn about the "Women of Skyland" at Massanutten Lodge.

Big Meadows Lodge Dining

Big Meadows Lodge Dining - NPS

Fresh air and adventure is sure to inspire a healthy appetite, which is why we have a variety of food options available to visitors of Shenandoah. From grab-and-go to sit down restaurants, we have options for everyone's palate.

A picnic table on grass

Picnic Table - NPS

Picnic Grounds
Feel like packing your own lunch? Our designated picnic grounds have all the facilities you need including picnic tables, restrooms, and grills! Learn more here!

A couple sitting in front of their tent.

Campers in Big Meadows Campground - NPS

There's nothing like sleeping outside! Shenandoah has four campgrounds that are open Spring, Summer, and Fall. Each campground offers a different experience, from the towering trees at the secluded Lewis Mountain Campground to the centrally-located Big Meadows Campground. Download maps and learn about accessibility, pets, firewood, and more.

Rocks and trees at Hazel Mountain Overlook

Hazel Mountain Overlook - NPS


Go wild! 40% of Shenandoah is officially wilderness under the Wilderness Act of 1964, and the park's wilderness areas offer outstanding opportunities for visitors. In fact, many of our hikes go through designated wilderness areas. Find out more about exploring our wilderness, and what it means, here.

Last updated: November 12, 2019

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

Shenandoah National Park
3655 U.S. Highway 211 East

Luray, VA 22835


(540) 999-3500

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