1703 East Market Street
Harrisonburg, VA 22801
Phone: (540) 433-2576
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Enjoy a relaxing day as you visit Mossy Creek Fly Fishing. This place is known for fishing activities. The place also arranges for fly fishing lessons and houses a shop to provide the fishing equipments to you. Visit their website for more information and tour bookings.
The Edith J. Carrier Arboretum and Botanical Gardens of James Madison University isn't just for students and faculty of the university. This scenic gem is open to the public so that everyone has a chance to take pleasure in the blooming wonders of nature. Here is a place where a person can forget their troubles and simply enjoy their day. Not only do the staff ensure the arboretum and gardens are well kept, but they also make time to provided guided walks and other activities that highlight the beauty of the outdoors. The grounds are open from dawn to dusk.
Veteran Memorial Park, also known by some as the Veteran Memorial Stadium, is the home of the James Madison University men's baseball and women's softball teams. Formerly located at Long Field at Mauck Stadium, the teams moved to Eagle Field at the Veterans Memorial Stadium for a new location.
Guided mountain bike tours in the George Washington National Forest is the specialty of this company where cyclists of all abilities can enjoy the beautiful scenery and terrain of western Virginia. Rental bikes and custom tours are also available.
Spread over 48 acres (19.4249 hectares) of land, Westover Park is a family hangout spot. This park features public swimming pools and 18-hole golf course. This park also houses several picnic spots, playgrounds and is ideal for a fun day out with your loved ones.
This golfing venue features beautiful 18 hole courses with four unique nine hole layouts, as well as a fully stocked pro shop, a driving range, putting and chipping greens, a snack bar, and a pavilion.
This challenging and scenic 18 hole, par 70 public course features a wide variety of holes, including links style holes and traditional, tree-lined holes, that golfers of all abilities will enjoy playing. A well stocked pro shop is also on site.
One creative way in which children can spend their summers is by enrolling for outdoor activities. These camps not only keep the young minds busy, but it also builds them up for adventures. Camp Horizons is one such place in the valley. Youngsters, both boys and girls, aged 6-13 are welcome here. Events take place in the outdoor adventure zones and offer professional guidance for activities like hiking, biking and trailing, among other things. All this with complete safety assurance and camping fun. Call for further details.
Lohr's Farm is an agricultural land maintained and cultured by the Lohr Family. The land occupies a massive stretch of 250 acres and comprises of broiler houses, pumpkin lands, sweet corn and veggies farm, and a play-land. A treasure of the Lohr's for generations, this farm has now been termed as "Virginia's Best County Farm" on account of its boundless well grown produce. The place is also an entertainment destination with a huge play area equipped with several amenities open to public. Further, cultural activities and other such celebrations are constantly held here.
Offers horseback riding lessons, training, summer camp, and birthday parties on safe, well-trained horses and ponies.
Stretching along the crest of the Blue Ridge Mountains, this park divides the Shenandoah Valley to the west and the Virginia Piedmont on the east. Maps are available at the many facilities along Skyline Drive, including visitor centers and concession stands. Although most tourists visit during October when autumn colors are at their peak, the blaze of azaleas in the spring and the wildflowers in early summer are equally spectacular. The Shenandoah is about two hours from Washington via I-66 west.
Fly fishing for trout and smallmouth bass. Guiding and instructions. Mountain hiking and nature walks with wildflower and tree identification. View waterfalls on certain hikes.