The Limberlost Trail in Shenandoah is a flat, 1.3-mile loop trail that is accessible to people of all ages and abilities. Thanks to donors of SNP Trust, Limberlost is the only fully-accessible circuit trail in Shenandoah National Park. It’s also a designated TRACK Trail, which means you’ll find kid-friendly activities at the trailhead. In fact, the Limberlost Trail was designated as the first TRACK Trail in the Northeast Region of the NPS.

Since the designation of Limberlost Trail in the Park’s central district, the north district’s Fox Hollow Trail and the south district’s Blackrock Summit Trail have also been established as TRACK Trails. SNPT funds the replenishment of activity brochures at the trailheads of these three trails.

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Help us keep bears wild!

Keeping bears wild starts with keeping them away from human food sources. The most effective way to do that is through bear-proof storage lockers, or “bear boxes.” Right now, only 63% of the park’s campsites have a bear box at the site, leaving nearly 140 campsites without safe food storage. The Trust has committed to making that 100% by funding the purchase and installation of these boxes at every single campsite in Shenandoah National Park. 

A black bear peeks around a tree.   

Each box comes with a $2,000 price tag, and the Trust has set a goal of raising $280,000 to purchase and install the remaining 138 boxes, ensuring that visitors stay safe, and bears stay wild.