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News Category: November 2013

  • Winter Wildlife in Shenandoah

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    Make it a goal to visit Shenandoah in all four seasons. You won’t be disappointed. Winter is a special time in the park. Leafless trees provide unobstructed views of the Shenandoah Valley and the Virginia Piedmont. The air is crisp and clear. And snow on the ground reveals wildlife tracks you might otherwise miss. You’ll […]

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  • Last Call!

    Shenandoah National Park is open year-round, but the restaurants, lodges, waysides and campgrounds are now beginning to close for the season. Here are some key facility closing dates: Dickey Ridge Visitor Center – November 24 Byrd Visitor Center – December 1 Lewis Mountain Cabins – November 10 Skyland Resort – December 8 Big Meadows Lodge […]

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  • Hunting Season

    In order to reduce illegal hunting activity in the park during Virginia’s hunting season, Skyline Drive will be closed at various times: Skyline Drive between Front Royal (Mile 0 at U.S. Highway 340) and Thornton Gap (Mile 31 at U.S. Highway 211) and between Swift Run Gap (Mile 65 at U.S. Highway 33) and Rockfish […]

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  • Thank you to our Scramble Sponsors

    Seventy-five hikers ushered in autumn with the Trust at our second annual Shenandoah Scramble on September 22. Participants chose one of six guided hikes and pledged a minimum donation of $100. Great prizes of outdoor gear and get-away weekends were awarded for the individual and team that raised the most money. We exceeded our $10,000 […]

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