Nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains in central Virginia, Shenandoah features rolling tree-lined hills, wooded hollows, spectacular waterfalls, and a diversity of wildlife, all easily accessible from the scenic Skyline Drive. The park is a remarkable slice of southern Appalachian natural history and natural beauty with a dazzling array of recreation opportunities.
More about Shenandoah
Fact Sheet Protecting and Connecting Our Nation's Treasured Park Landscapes National parks are key to protecting and connecting our most revered places.
Report Making Connections: Building a Healthy Future for Shenandoah National Park And Its Gateway Communities Drawing on economic data compiled by state and federal agencies, interviews with local residents and leaders, and a variety of research reports and assessments, this report outlines three findings:
Report Center for State of the Parks: Shenandoah National Park The State of the Parks assessment describes a variety of threats to Shenandoah.