Float and boat, splash and soak — spend a day on the storied South Fork.
Take in a different view of Page Valley from the middle of the South Fork of the Shenandoah River — the old meandering river of “Oh Shenandoah” fame. Renowned for its beauty and opportunities for fishing and boating, the Shenandoah River in Page Valley stretches for 55 miles. Public access points facilitate opportunities to plan a wide variety of float trips of varying distances for the thousands of visitors who take to the South Fork each year. Page Valley outfitters help river-goers plan their trips, arrange transportation, and rent equipment.
Oh, Shenandoah! Set off on a family adventure or a relaxing afternoon along the South Fork of the Shenandoah.
Boating or floating, angling or wading, paddling or rafting — we've got a range of options for all ages, interests, and skill levels.
Home to Luray Caverns, a historic downtown district, a growing arts scene, and a variety of seasonal events, the Town of Luray, Virginia presents unique dining and shopping options, a charming Main Street, and lots of opportunities for family activities.
Take in panoramic views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and savor small-town hospitality in the Town of Stanley, Virginia. Take a summertime dip in the Hawksbill Pool, embark on a scenic drive along winding back roads, and explore unique lodging stays.
Marvel at pristine parks, visit shops and eateries, and learn about the town’s heritage and history in the Town of Shenandoah, Virginia. Spend an afternoon at the Shenandoah Museum and Welcome Center, set off on a kayak, canoe, or tube excursion along the Shenandoah River, and take in the sights and sounds of the only active railyard between Roanoke, Virginia and Hagerstown, Maryland.
Surrounded by scenic views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and miles and miles of the Shenandoah River, the unincorporated community of Rileyville, Virginia — located less than 10 miles from Luray — offers cabin stays and riverfront hideaways.