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Area Attractions

 

 

  • Luray Caverns: Virginia's largest lighted caverns and most popular caverns in the East. See the antique transportation collection at the Car and Carriage Caravan. See links below for other caverns nearby.
  • Lake Arrowhead: freshwater lake and recreation area operated by the town of Luray. Fishing, swimming, sand beach, picnicking and nature trail
  • Downtown Luray: Theater, restaurants, antiques and craft shops.
  • The Luray Zoo: has Virginia's largest live reptile collection and some life-sized dinosaur models. 
  • Guided trail rides: on horseback (and pony rides for ages 7 or younger) are available at both Skyland Stables and Fort Valley. Check links below
  • Historical buildings & tours: the Mauck Meeting House, the White House Bridge, Calendine, Massanutten School and Hamburg CountryLuray Caverns just 7 miles from Marksville Manor Store.
  • New Market Battlefield, Hall of Valor Museum
  • Shenandoah River, canoe, tube, fish and swim in this scenic river.
  • George Washington National Forest: Lots of trails to hike and wonderful scenery
  • Meems Bottom Bridge: the longest covered bridge of nine in Virginia and the only one left in the Shenandoah North of Route 11 on the way to Mt. Jackson. Shenandoah Caverns is right near the bridge.
  • Shenandoah River Outfitters: From April through mid-November offers canoe, kayak and tube rentals and will deliver lunch at a stopover on the river or drive you back to their place a few miles west of town for a barbecue dinner with live music. IF you have your own canoe, They do a pick-up service so long as the canoe owner starts/stops at Shenandoah's usual start/stop points.
  • Golfing: is available in several locations nearby. See the links below.
  • Wineries: Shenandoah Vineyards and Winery is about a 20 minute drive from Luray. There are quite a few others you can visit within a 45 minute drive called the Blue Ridge Wineway Tour.

Within an hour drive:

  • 1st Manassas and 2nd Manassas Battlefield National Park
  • Jackson's Valley Campaign of 1862

An hour and a half drive:

  • Washington, D.C.
  • Thomas Jefferson's home, "Monticello", in Charlottesville
  • Fredericksburg, Wilderness, Chancellorsville Battlefield National Parks
  • Antietam and Harper's Ferry Battlefield National Parks
  • Vienna Metrorail Station, 30 minute trip to Washington, D.C. via Metro

In addition, Page and surrounding counties are an antique lover's mecca. Country estate auctions are held somewhere in the county almost every week-end from spring through autumn. Below are some links to area sites and attractions.


 

Marksville Manor  Farmhouse Vacation Rental Property

Owners
Joan & Arthur Buckley
1093 Marksville Rd.
Stanley, VA 22851
540-778-3772

 

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