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Hampton Inn & Suites
1150 Motel Drive
Woodstock, VA US 22664

Holiday Inn Express Woodstock
1130 Motel Drive
Woodstock, VA 22664

Days Inn Shenandoah National Park
138 Whispering Hill Road
Luray, VA 22835

Best Western Intown of Luray
410 West Main Street
Luray, VA 22835

Super 8 Front Royal
111 South Street
Front Royal, VA 22630

Quality Inn Skyline Drive
10 Commerce Avenue
Front Royal, VA 22630

Hampton Inn Front Royal
9800 Winchester Road
Front Royal, VA 22630

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About Shenandoah National Park

Shenandoah National Park is located in the northern part of the state of Virginia, and is only about 70 miles from Washington, D.C. It encompasses a large part of the Blue Ridge Mountains in the middle majority of the park. The park also has the Shenandoah River flowing through its western side, and the rolling hills of the Piedmont to the east.

Almost 40% of the park has been designated as wilderness areas, which means that it is closed to any sort of development: that includes hiking trails, driving trails, and campsites. The highest peak in the park is Hawksbill Mountain, which reaches a height of 4,051 feet above sea level.

The park was established in 1935, and encompasses 199,100 acres. Roughly, 1,200,000 tourists visit the park per year. The 105-mile scenic driving trail, Skyline Drive, is a prominent and popular feature of the park, especially in the fall when the leaves are changing color.

Many tourists visit the park for a variety of reasons, from the casual visitor who takes a drive along Skyline Drive, to the hikers and backpackers who delve into the forest and peaks of the park, away from the rest of humanity for a restorative escape into nature. Birdwatching is popular in the park, as it is a stopover for many birds during the spring and fall migrations.