There is a wide variety of accommodations near Shenandoah National Park. You can stay at one of the park's historic lodges or fully experience the beautiful natural surroundings sleeping in a cabin or under the stars at a campground. You can also find an inexpensive hotel or a luxury resort a short distance away, in the Shenandoah Valley.
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Lodges and Cabins at Shenandoah National ParkSkyland Resort
(Mile 41.7) Shenandoah National Park's largest lodge is located at the highest point on Skyline Drive at 3,680 feet. Accommodations include 178 units ranging from historic cabins to modern hotel rooms and suites. There is a dining room, family-friendly entertainment, ranger guided programs, horseback riding and a conference hall.
Big Meadows Lodge
(Mile 51.2) Big Meadows Lodge is a smaller lodge in Shenandoah National Park with just 25 rooms and 72 cabins, suites and traditional rooms. The lodge has a dining room, family-friendly entertainment, guided ranger programs and a Visitor Center nearby.
Lewis Mountain Cabins
(Mile 57.5) Enjoy the fun of camping in Shenandoah National Park with private bathrooms, heat, electric lights, towels and linens. Lewis Mountain Cabins has 10 historic cabins with an outdoor cooking/recreation area and a camp store.
(mile 22.1) 179 campsites; $14 per night. Near the trail to Overall Run Falls, the tallest waterfall in the park.
Big Meadows Campground
(mile 51.2) 217 campsites; $19 per night. Three waterfalls are within walking distance.
Lewis Mountain Campground
(mile 57.5) 31 campsites; $14 per night. Smallest campground in the park.
Loft Mountain Campground
(mile 79.5) 219 campsites; $14 per night. Spectacular views, 2 waterfalls nearby.
Dundo Group Campground
(mile 83.7)7 sites; $32 per night. Campsite specifically for groups of 8 to 20 people.
Shenandoah National Park campgrounds get busy during the peak season. Reservations are suggested. Backcountry camping is allowed with a permit. Call (540) 999-3500.
Resorts in the Shenandoah ValleyBryce Resort
Basye, Virginia. This four season family-friendly resort, located about 2 hours from Washington, DC, is a destination in itself, with a wide range of activities such as skiing, golf, swimming, hiking and more.
Hot Springs, Virginia. This luxury resort is located in Virginia's Allegheny Mountains and is ranked among the world's finest Golf and Spa resorts. Activities include hiking, biking, fishing, horseback riding, canoeing and more.
This is a huge four season resort, also located about 2 hours from Washington, DC, with many hotels and condominiums and a wide selection of activities.
Hotels in the Shenandoah ValleyThere are hundreds of hotels in the Shenandoah Valley. If you are looking for an inexpensive hotel within a short drive from Washington, DC, look for accommodations in Front Royal, New Market or Luray, Virginia. Here are a few suggestions.
Best Western Intown of Luray
410 W Main Street, Luray, VA
This hotel is conveniently located one half mile from Shenandoah National Park and near Luray Caverns.
Luray Days Inn
138 Whispering Hill Road - Luray, VA
Motel located .7 miles from Shenandoah National Park.
New Market Days Inn Battlefield
-9360 George Collins Parkway, New Market, VA
Modern hotel set on a historic battlefield about 11 miles from Shenandoah National Park.
Quality Inn Shenandoah Valley
162 W. Old Cross Rd. New Market, VA
Modern Hotel about 11 miles from Shenandoah National Park
9800 Winchester Rd, Front Royal, VA
Modern hotel conveniently located at the entrance to Skyline Drive.
For more accommodations in the region, see the Shenandoah Valley Travel Association
For Directions, Fees, and Outdoor Recreation, See Page 1
For Top Attractions Near Shenandoah National Park, See Page 2