Visiting the Shenandoah Valley On a Budget

The Washington Post did a very good job of laying out a number of opportunities to enjoy the Shenandoah Valley and not go into hock in the process.

Many people, when planning a trip to the Shenandoah Valley, instantly think of Shenandoah National Park. Yet the region covers a lot more territory. The valley stretches a couple hundred miles, from Roanoke in southwest Virginia to Winchester in the north, and encompasses relatively large cities, small hamlets, mountains, rivers, national forests and state parks as well as the national park. For their first decision, Grace Kunkel of Burtonsville and Adi Lang of Baltimore must choose accommodations that will put them within striking distance of both a town with good restaurants and parkland with hiking and other outdoor activities.

Go read the rest at… Visiting the Shenandoah Valley on a budget.

Join the conversation...