Ride & Recharge

Motorcycle Great roads are fundamental to the perfect road trip, and what better way is there to relax and recharge than to cruise through a National Park along a National Scenic Byway? We've got an idea. Up the ante and make it two!

Along Skyline Drive's 105-mile stretch through Shenandoah National Park, you'll have the opportunity to pull off the road at 69 scenic overlooks and take part in an array of recreational activities - from hiking, horseback riding, and rock climbing to culinary events and craft beer tastings! And, no Shenandoah experience is complete without a stay in the park at Skyland!

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Antique CarThe next day, continue your cruise down Skyline Drive and connect to the Blue Ridge Parkway at Afton Mountain and Rockfish Gap. Abundant hiking trails and one of the world's most diverse displays of flora and fauna make the Blue Ridge Parkway, another National Scenic Byway, one of the most visited sections of the National Park System. Bring your Blue Ridge getaway full circle with a stay at Peaks of Otter Lodge, located at mile 86 on the parkway!

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Ready to go? We've already planned a route for you! Simply click on the menus below to view or download our map and suggested stops.

Want to bring the whole gang along for a group ride instead? Call our Group Sales Office at 866-383-2922, or submit a Request for Proposal, to start planning your group's unique Skyline Drive and Blue Ridge Parkway motor cruise today!

Download a PDF of our map to take on your trip!

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

Motor Map - Skyland to Peaks
Download a PDF of our suggested motorcycle routing to take on your trip!

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

Grove’s Winchester Harley-Davidson
140 Independence Drive, Winchester, VA 22602

Museum of the Shenandoah Valley
901 Amherst Street, Winchester, VA 22601
Visit the historic Glen Burnie house with its six acres of surrounding gardens, and the museum dedicated to the art, history, and culture of its namesake valley.

IJ Canns American Grille
3111 Valley Avenue, Winchester, VA 22601
Enjoy a relaxing lunch stop for some fine American cuisine, of locally sourced ingredients, at this family owned and operated restaurant of the Zarou brothers – known for their successful Manhattan Deli franchise in Washington DC.

Route 11 Potato Chip Factory
11 Edwards Way, Mount Jackson, VA 22842
Stop by the factory to see these quality “unhurried potato” chips in production and sample their unique varieties – including dill pickle and Chesapeake crab!

Luray Caverns Antique Car & Carriage Museum
101 Cave Hill Road, Luray, VA 22835
Whether you’re a car lover, history lover, or both, you’ll enjoy this spin through time viewing this collection that includes an 1892 Mercedes Benz – one of the oldest cars in the country still in operating condition.

Skyland
Mile 41.7 on Skyline Drive
Nestled along Skyline Drive’s highest elevation - 3,680 feet - enjoy scenic vistas, full-service dining, and nightly entertainment in the Mountain Taproom, as you overnight at Skyland.

Shenandoah Harley-Davidson
213 Rolling Thunder Lane, Staunton, VA 24401

Rowe's Family Restaurant
74 Rowe Road, Staunton, VA 24401
Stop for lunch at this family-run fixture know for its Southern comfort staples, daily specials, and house-baked pies!

Sweet Things Ice Cream Shoppe
106 W Washington Street, Lexington, VA 24450
Take a break to enjoy homemade gourmet ice cream in famous hand-rolled waffle cones, and take some time to visit the eternal resting sites of war heroes Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson - each of which are within walking distance of the Shoppe.

George C. Marshall Museum
1600 VMI Parade, Lexington, VA 24450
Explore the life and impact of George Catlett Marshall – Amry Chief of Staff during World War II, special ambassador to China, Secretary of State, President of the American Red Cross, Secretary of Defense, and Nobel Peace Prize winner.

Lee Chapel & Museum
204 W Washington St Lexington, VA 24450
Built at the request of Robert E Lee, president of what was then called Washington College and is presently known as Washington & Lee University, the historic chapel and museum houses his preserved office, a museum exhibiting items once owned by the Lee and Washington families, and the Lee family crypt in the lower level.

Peaks of Otter Lodge
Blue Ridge Parkway Mile 86, Bedford, VA 24523
Nestled between two of the three mountains that make up Peaks of Otter along the Blue Ridge Parkway, enjoy full-service dining, a lounge and gift shop, and gorgeous views of Abbott Lake and Sharp Top Mountain from your room as you overnight at Peaks of Otter Lodge.

National D-Day Memorial
3 Overlord Circle, Bedford, VA 24523
Located in Bedford, Virginia — the community suffering the highest per capita D-Day losses in the nation – the Memorial stands as a powerful permanent tribute to the valor, fidelity, and sacrifice of D-Day participants and is encompassed by the names of the 4,413 Allied soldiers who died in the invasion, the most complete list of its kind anywhere in the world.

The Market At Bellair
2401 Ivy Road, Charlottesville, VA 22901
Stop for lunch and choose from a variety of fresh sandwiches made with local ingredients!

Download a PDF of our suggested antique car routing to take on your trip!

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

Museum of the Shenandoah Valley
901 Amherst Street, Winchester, VA 22601
Visit the historic Glen Burnie house with its six acres of surrounding gardens, and the museum dedicated to the art, history, and culture of its namesake valley.

IJ Canns American Grille
3111 Valley Avenue, Winchester, VA 22601
Enjoy a relaxing lunch stop for some fine American cuisine, of locally sourced ingredients, at this family owned and operated restaurant of the Zarou brothers – known for their successful Manhattan Deli franchise in Washington DC.

Route 11 Potato Chip Factory
11 Edwards Way, Mount Jackson, VA 22842
Stop by the factory to see these quality “unhurried potato” chips in production and sample their unique varieties – including dill pickle and Chesapeake crab!

Luray Caverns Antique Car & Carriage Museum
101 Cave Hill Road, Luray, VA 22835
Whether you’re a car lover, history lover, or both, you’ll enjoy this spin through time viewing this collection that includes an 1892 Mercedes Benz – one of the oldest cars in the country still in operating condition.

Skyland
Mile 41.7 on Skyline Drive
Nestled along Skyline Drive’s highest elevation - 3,680 feet - enjoy scenic vistas, full-service dining, and nightly entertainment in the Mountain Taproom, as you overnight at Skyland.

Roaring Twenties Antique Car Museum
1445 Wolftown-Hood Road, Hood, VA 22723
See vintage automobiles - including Carter, Cleveland, Hupmobile, REO, Nash, Essex, Packard, Cadillac, and Star – as well as stationary engines, outboard boat engines, and Americana. There are also collector cars, and other antiques and collectibles available for purchase.

The Market At Bellair
2401 Ivy Road, Charlottesville, VA 22901
Stop for lunch and choose from a variety of fresh sandwiches made with local ingredients!

Walton's Mountain Museum
6484 Rockfish River Road, Schuyler, VA 22969
The museum offers replicas of John-Boy's Bedroom, Ike Godsey's Store, and "The Waltons" kitchen and living room. There’s also a 30-minute video featuring Earl Hamner and the stars of "The Waltons" as well as hundreds of photographs and memorabilia. "The Waltons" creator and John-Boy's alter ego, Earl Hamner, grew up in the home across the street.

V & T Café & Grill
18013 Forest Road, Forest, VA 24551
Make an ice cream stop to cool down and fuel the next leg of your journey.

Peaks of Otter Lodge
Blue Ridge Parkway Mile 86, Bedford, VA 24523
Nestled between two of the three mountains that make up Peaks of Otter along the Blue Ridge Parkway, enjoy full-service dining, a lounge and gift shop, and gorgeous views of Abbott Lake and Sharp Top Mountain from your room as you overnight at Peaks of Otter Lodge.

Eavers Classic Cars & Collectibles Museum
402 Folly Mills Station Road, Staunton, VA 24401
View their array of classic automobiles – from 50’s Corvettes to Elvis Presley’s last Cadillac, an array of period collectibles, and Weaver’s Mercantile – a genuine “turn of the century” country store with all genuine artifacts.

Rowe's Family Restaurant
74 Rowe Road, Staunton, VA 24401
Stop for lunch at this family-run fixture know for its Southern comfort staples, daily specials, and house-baked pies!
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