Shenandoah National Park and the surrounding communities have a variety of activities and attractions from horseback riding to hiking inside the park to canoeing and cave exploration nearby the park. Come start your adventure. 

Linger Longer Vacation

Create your family vacation at Shenandoah this summer!

Skyland Resort

Big Meadows Lodge

You make the choice whether it’s outdoor, vigorous fun or a more laid-back adventure. Here are your choices:

  • One hour guided horseback ride from Skyland stables
  • Three hour canoe trip on the fabled Shenandoah River
  • Self-guided hike in Shenandoah with a bag lunch and hiking medallion 
  • Tour of Luray Caverns and the antique Car & Carriage Caravan
  • Wine Tasting on the Blue Ridge Whiskey Wine Loop
  • Cooking demos at Skyland Resort and Big Meadows Lodge

Rates starting at $462.00 for 2 people includes:

  • 2 Nights' Lodging
  • Breakfast Each Morning
  • 3 Activities

Create your vacation, and at check-in you will receive the activity vouchers you have chosen. Then it’s two days of outdoor fun, laid-back adventure or a combination of both!

Click on the links below for a description of the activities:

Horseback Ride

Shenandoah River


Luray Caverns

Blue Ridge Whiskey Wine Loop

Cooking Demos


Linger Longer package rate based on promotional availability. Some date restrictions apply. Valid Sunday thru Fridays through August 29. Current State and local taxes are not included. Utility add-on fee and taxes subject to change without notice. Meal and activity vouchers have no cash value and no refund available if not used during current stay.

Details for redeeming activities will be provided at check-in. Activities inside Shenandoah National Park are coordinated by lodge staff. Guests are responsible for coordinating dates and times for outside park activities. Full contact information and directions will be provided.

The National Park Service neither approves nor endorses the services or facilities outside the park area.

Shenandoah National Park Trust is the official non-profit fundraising partner for the Park which helps protect and enhance the park for current visitors and future generations. The Trust collaborates with the park superintendent and staff to identify priority projects that government funding will not cover. Visit for information on completed and current projects.