Virginia is for lovers. But not in the way you might be thinking. Virginia is for lovers of music, history, wine, family fun, luxury getaways, nature, golf, and a whole lot more! Once you learn about the state, you might fall in love with all the things to do in Virginia, too.
Seventy-five miles from Washington D.C. lies Shenandoah National Park in Virginia’s Appalachian Mountains. So if you’re looking to enjoy both an epic road trip and to cross another U.S. National Park off your list, you can do both in Virginia’s first national park.
Massanutten Resort is around the bend from the Swift Run Gap entrance of Shenandoah National Park. The mid-Atlantic’s premier all-season resort’s award list is almost as long as its extensive list of on-site amenities.
Just like California and Washington state’s vineyards, you can enjoy hand-crafted wines while taking in river-filled valleys, rolling hills, and mountain vistas.
If you’re looking for a luxurious stay, take a look at The Salamander Resort, also in Wine Country. It’s one of the D.C. area’s Forbes 5 star rated hotels.
The state’s diverse terrain, mid-Atlantic temperate climate, and 200 days of sunshine a year make it a top golf destination. With over 220 public golf courses, both classic and modern designs, and courses built by the game’s great architects...