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Be immersed in gorgeous panoramic views overlooking the Appalachian trail. Enjoy both sunrise and sunset from numerous overlooks and contemplate your dreams while sipping your Americano. Quartz and granite cliffs with wildflowers dotting the trails gives you the romantic Shenandoah experience and awe-inspiring vibes. It’s unforgettable beauty, grandeur and enchanting appeal makes the perfect getaway. Not to mention its numerous wineries and deep Civil War history. Its relaxing atmosphere and rich cultural heritage is enough to put any traveler at ease. Not to mention being around the corner from Shenandoah National Park!Gorgeous rentals with incredible views
Enjoy the great outdoors from your very own, independent holiday rental. These listings are perfect for families and friends traveling together. What better way to experience nature than to be immersed in it! You can expect gardens, direct proximity to the Shenandoah Valley and Albemarle County with gorgeous views right from your window! Other awesome amenities include a fully equipped kitchen, washing machine and TV. Catch a sunset from the terrace. Roast marshmallows while telling stories around the fireplace. Take a walk around the grounds. These rentals allow for so many options!
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The area and getting around
Shenandoah is a dreamy destination where travelers can find nature trails leading to awesome views and historical towns everywhere. One of the most convenient ways to experience these panoramic views is to at the many overlooks along Skyline Drive. This scenic drive takes visitors through 105 miles of the expansive sanctuary. Alternatively, robust travelers can explore the area via the Appalachian Trail, just like the pioneers in the old days. Visitors will also enjoy exploring the many picturesque historical towns including Winchester, Staunton, Lexington and so many more!Food and wine abound
Experience some of the best “Farm to Table” cuisine in the state! Shenandoah has become a foodie hotspot recently thanks to its rich farmland and dedication to fresh food. If in Winchester, stop by the Butcher Station for organic local meals and homemade bread. Vegetarians will be happy to find a plant focused menu at Green Leaf Grill in Waynesboro. This venue also houses local wines and craft beer selections. Last but not least, have a drink and gourmet meal in a Virginia heritage house accompanied by nightly entertainment at Haywood’s in Lexington. And there are so many more!
Travelers and activities
With plenty of nature trails, cascading waterfalls, mountains and rivers to choose from, adventure lovers won’t be disappointed. Go wildlife watching to spot the bears. Try your hand at trout fishing in fresh streams. Or, explore your way through 8 unforgettable mountain hikes. The hiking trails range in difficulty from hikes like Hawksbill Summit and Blackrock Loop that are under 2.5 miles long; to trails requiring a little more endurance like Big Devils Stairs Vista Loop. At Hazeltop hikers can trek the 7.2 loop and be rewarded with panoramic views atop the third-highest point in the park.Shenandoah for History buffs
Shenandoah is one of those magical places where nature and history blend seamlessly together. You can find out all about this area’s rich past at the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley. Berryville, founded in 1798, is famous for its “Lost in Time” look thanks to all the excellently preserved Civil War era buildings. Don’t forget to look into this town’s bustling art and music scene! On your way south, stop by the quaint city of Staunton. Settled in 1732, this town once served as the state capital in 1781. It’s also home to the American Shakespeare Center. Lexington is where you’ll find the Virginia Military Institute. While visiting this area, check out the Natural Bridge once owned by Thomas Jefferson and a stunning place for impressive photo-ops.
The name Shenandoah comes from the native Algonquian language meaning, “Daughter of the Stars” commemorating the beauty of its landscapes.
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From historical estates to Dinosaur Land, there’s enough family fun adventure to keep everyone entertained. Dinosaur Land in White Post boasts over 50 outdoor exhibits through a prehistoric forest. For a little cultural excursion, visit the lively Long Branch mansion built in 1811. This horse retirement farm hosts tours through expansive grounds as well as an art gallery and special events.2. Visit awesome waterfalls
Shenandoah National Park boasts over a dozen waterfalls. A few of the most accessible are the Whiteoak Falls which is a group of 6 falls reaching 86 feet! Dark Hollow Falls is another one that’s easily accessible with a 1.4-mile trail round trip. South River Falls is also family friendly and includes picnic areas on the grounds.3. Experience awe-inspiring caverns
If descending below sea level doesn’t bother you, then head over to Luray Caverns to discover some of the most impressive caverns in the eastern USA. Admire gems such as the singing Great Stalacpipe Organ, huge stone columns and crystal-clear pools.4. Savor delicious Shenandoah Valley wines
Interestingly, Shenandoah’s weather and topography make it an excellent place to produce wine with over 12 different wineries dispersed throughout the valley. Enjoy beautiful mountain views while sampling wines paired with a fantastic menu of foods sourced directly from the farm at Early Mountain Vineyard. In Charlottesville, visitors can book tours with Monticello Appelation Wine Tours for trips to 3 different vineyards.5. Take a walk in Old Town
While in Shenandoah, it’s worth your while to visit the old town of Winchester for the 250-year-old pedestrian mall, Winchester Brew Works brewery, and so much more! Be sure to check your historical facts at the Shenandoah Valley Civil War Museum emphasizing Winchester’s role in the conflict. Inside the Courthouse, you’ll be shocked to find Civil War graffiti!
FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Shenandoah National Park
On average, what was the cost for vacation rentals in Shenandoah National Park in 2020, during coronavirus pandemic?
Based on our data, Shenandoah National Park has an average price of $452.99 per night, a relatively high one under the destinations in the USA.
During which months are vacation rentals cheaper in Shenandoah National Park?
Travelers who want to be budget-friendly should travel to Shenandoah National Park in May, March, and April, which are the months that offer the most discount, with average prices of $381.3, $426.81, and $429.08 per night, respectively, based on data collected in 2020.
During which months are vacation rentals more expensive in Shenandoah National Park?
It can be concluded, by analyzing the data from the year 2020, that costs per night for accommodation here are usually higher, on average, during the months of November ($505.61), September ($502.84), and December ($494.46).
Are there usually many vacation rentals available in Shenandoah National Park?
If you decide to put Shenandoah National Park on your bucket list, we suggest planning your visit ahead of time because it tends to be very high in demand, with an annual average of 81% of rentals booked in the year 2020.
Which months offer the highest availability?
In 2020, the months with more free accommodation of the year in Shenandoah National Park were March, April and January, with average availabilities of 45.25%, 42.25%, and 42%, respectively.
When are there fewer vacation rental options available in Shenandoah National Park?
Vacation rentals in Shenandoah National Park reach their peak in demand in August, with an availability rate of 0%. The second most requested month is July, with 0%, and the third is November with 0%.
How many rentals does Holidu have in Shenandoah National Park?
We have 20 rentals for you in Shenandoah National Park, provided by our 3 local and international partners.