Go to Shenandoah Valley for an Exciting 3-Day
/2-Night $149* Vacation Package Getaway!
As a Qualified Referral of a Bluegreen Vacations owner, you have an opportunity to go on an exciting Shenandoah Valley getaway for as low as $149, plus receive $100 credit† towards area attractions, theme parks, and shows. Simply call the number listed above to book your vacation today!
The Shenandoah Valley is home to an incredible amount of family activities. From educational excursions to one of the many museums or historic cultural centers, or old-fashioned family entertainment at one of the theme parks or theatres, Shenandoah Valley has it all.
This historic countryside can be as exciting, educational or exquisite as you'd like. Take advantage of year-round outdoor activities. Explore your historic surroundings at the homes of three past presidents, or pay a visit to nearby wineries and vineyards for a taste of the good life.
Discover Shenandoah Valley's Popular Attractions!
Shenandoah Valley is famous for great outdoor adventures, clean open air and the all-natural beauty of the countryside. Take a deep breath and get ready to enjoy paradise.
Shenandoah National Park
Established in 1939, Shenandoah National Park features granite boulders that date back one billion years. Take the Skyline Drive or hike part of the Appalachian Trail, which runs from Maine to Georgia.
Admit it, caves are cool. Even though some people may immediately think of bats and eyeless amphibians when they hear the word “cave”, the formations created over thousands of years, hanging from the ceilings and reaching from the basins are simply awe-inspiring. Chambers upon chambers offer different sights and sounds, as your breath and voice echo off the rock walls. Luray Caverns, in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley, should be visited, by order of the Cool Things to Look At Committee, during your Bluegreen Vacations stay at Shenandoah Crossing. The Caverns are about an hour and a half away from Shenandoah Crossing, so make a day of the trip and enjoy some time in the dark.
Carter Mountain Orchard
On your Gordonsville, Virginia getaway with Bluegreen Vacations, be sure to head to Carter Mountain Orchard. Open mid-April through November, plus weekends in December, Carter Mountain Orchard is the place to go to pick your own fruits in Charlottesville. You and your family can make your way up the hill to grab whatever is ripe and ready. Then you can look forward to enjoying the fruits of your labor during your stay at the Bluegreen Vacations resort, Shenandoah Crossing.
James Madison's Montpelier
Relive colonial history. Montpelier, near Orange, Virginia, was estate home of James Madison, fourth President of the United States.
Experience Great Dining in the Shenandoah Valley!
Fuel up on fine cuisine after an exciting day in the great outdoors with great food that's readily available.
Often described as a "hidden gem" within Gordonsville, Virginia, Pomme Restaurant offers French cuisine with fantastic service. Start with the French onion soup, a classic, sop up your leftovers with crispy French bread and finish your visit with a chocolate-hazelnut crunch. The French country décor is a pleasant change of scenery amongst the early-American town.
In order to top off the exceptional landscape created by the Barbourville Vineyard estate, its founders added an exquisite restaurant for visitors to experience. Palladio Restaurant is where the world-renown Chef Mellissa Close Hart hangs her hat, and creates Northern Italian-influenced delicacies with seasonal and local resources. The best rated restaurant in the area, Palladio restaurant offers a wonderful fine dining opportunity after a day at the vineyard.
The Barbecue Exchange
The Barbeque Exchange in downtown Gordonsville Virginia features hickory-smoked and slow-roasted pork shoulders and spare ribs. The meats are dry cured with secret ingredient rubs and then cooked in a specialized wood-burning cooker. The Chicken Halves are grilled over live coals akin to the roadside BBQ’s that have become famous for serving on Saturdays across the Eastern seaboard. These anchors are highlighted with freshly baked rolls, cornbread and pumpkin muffins. Homemade pickles, salads, and slaws are served with the sandwiches, and sides include Brunswick Stew, Donna’s Baked Beans, hushpuppies, macaroni and cheese, and even collard greens! And don't overlook the desserts—there are plenty of homemade cupcakes, cookies, and brownies.
The style of service is quick-counter and take-out, with a feel of Virginia genteelness. The rustic building with its white washed tin siding and forest green roof offer a warm inviting feel.
The Traders Deli
Onsite at Shenandoah Crossing is The Traders Deli at the general store. Wraps, burgers, sandwiches, salads and even pizza. Serving Breakfast and lunch daily!
Located in the beautifully renovated old Barboursville Fire Station, at the intersection of route 20 and route 33, Stonefire Station boasts the finest of what Virginia Farms and Artisans have to offer.
Exciting Shopping, Family Fun and Enticing Entertainment!
If you enjoy great bargains and rare finds, this is the right place. Cool down with an invigorating skate after a day of shopping or enjoy numerous other fun-filled activities.
Bear Mountain Adventures
Go ahead, get carried away at Bear Mountain Ziplines in Luray, Virginia. Their Mama Bear Zipline tour includes 7 ziplines, for a total of 2,700 ft. of line racing through the forest canopy at up to 35 miles an hour. The last 1,000-ft. stretch brings you out over a meadow to land on the tower above their 3-story Bear Scramble climbing wall. Your trip starts with a rustic ride up a mountain road behind the tractor, where you’ll get comfortable with the zipline safety gear and procedures on the training zipline. The professional guides have all been trained according to Association of Challenge Course (ACCT) and are prepared to offer you a safe, but thrilling zipline experience.
Shenandoah Crossing Equestrian Center
Don't forget to head down to Sallie's Stables where you can schedule a trail ride, carriage ride and other equestrian activities. The picturesque network of hiking and bridle trails are the perfect way to enjoy the wilderness around the resort. Seasoned trail horses take you into the woods and across the historic fields. The Equestrian Center, home to over two-dozen horses, is a featured attraction for all to enjoy.
Historical Presentation and Guided Hike
Discover central Virginia's fascinating history with award-winning author and historian Rick Britton. Join Rick at the Amphitheatre as he presents this region's most amazing 18th and 19th century tales, then participate with Rick in a guided two-mile history hike on through the trails!
Lake Izac Marina
Come out and enjoy Lake Izac for a day of fishing and fun! This seasonal marina comes equipped with pontoon boats, kayaks, canoes, Jon Boats and paddle boats—all available to help you have an overall enjoyable day!