Plan Your Visit to Shenandoah

Along the Blue Ridge Mountains in Virginia, the Shenandoah National Park boasts an expansive system of hiking trails, including the Appalachian Trail. With shimmering waterfalls and mountain peaks like Old Rag. Take your vehicle on the famous Skyline Drive or experience its dynamic wildlife and ancient geology while visiting the park each season.

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While visiting the park, we at the Trust ask that you recreate responsibly. That means planning your visit carefully based on seasonal park closures and public safety concerns.

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Park Info

Tucked away in the Blue Ridge Mountains, and only 75 miles from our nation’s capital, Shenandoah National Park offers more than 75 overlooks and vistas along its iconic, 105-mile Skyline Drive. With more than 500 miles of hiking trails, Shenandoah also houses 101 miles of the Appalachian Trail. There are so many ways to explore Shenandoah. Here are just a few!


Set out on a hiking trail! Learn about hiking options and safety.


Go backcountry camping. Learn where, when, and how here.


Look for an epic waterfall! You can learn more about the falls within the park here.


Bike along Skyline Drive. Learn all about Bicycling in Shenandoah.


View and photograph wildlife! There are many ways to see wildlife within the park.


Stargaze at Big Meadows!

Learn about the many ways to enjoy Shenandoah’s Night Sky.

Experience the park from home through photos, music, and our social media!

Did You Know?

We’ve funded the addition of electric vehicle charging stations, air quality monitoring stations, trail maintenance, and bike repair stations in Shenandoah National Park.

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Donating to SNP Trust makes these and many other projects possible.

Consider making a donation today.

Share Your Visit

By following our social media pages and posting your photos from your visit, you can be featured here on our website by tagging us with #WeAreShenandoah. We’ll get in touch with you online to feature your photo and send it in to us. You can also email us by sharing your photos and stories here:

Keep exploring and we can’t wait to see what you find out there!

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