Shadow Mountain Escape

Address: 1132 Jewell Hollow Road, Luray, Virginia, 22835, United States | Ranch
 
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This ranch, located on 1132 Jewell Hollow Road, Luray, is near Skyland, Pinnacles, and Marys Rock.
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      Travel Blogs from Luray

      A Quick Drive

      A travel blog entry by yellowstoners on Nov 13, 2014

      ... br> We got as far as Harrisonburg, Virginia where we found a nice little KOA cabin to take shelter in. Now, apparently this KOA was special because not only was there a great place to eat near by, but they actually did deliveries to the KOA! Once we found this out we took the chance to have a nice hot meal brought to our door. And no regrets were had that night.

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      A good hike

      A travel blog entry by ktchris on Nov 04, 2014

      ... Washington. When we got there we found the public library to let everyone know we were alive since there had been no reception in the mountains. We of course had messages from our mums checking up on us so after a little reassurance and some uploaded photos our moms were able to stop worrying for the night and we were able to find a good Wal-Mart. When we pulled into the Wal-Mart we parked near the other campervans and noticed 2 of them were ...

      The Skyline Drive

      A travel blog entry by ktchris on Nov 03, 2014

      92 photos

      ... the trees would have been on fire. There had been a wind storm the past couple days and almost all the trees were blown bare. The views were still great though because all the valleys were protected from the wind and filled with orange fiery leaves. We drove about halfway into the park and then stopped to do one of the hikes. The Appalachian Trail runs all along the skyline drive so ...

      The Talking Headwall

      A travel blog entry by knorthcutt on Apr 12, 2014

      7 photos

      ... trip because my mom was a wuss. And then another time with my mother for her first time outside! Sadly that time we couldn't stay very long because there was an incident on a friends climbing trip to Seneca, but luckily everybody was okay.

      The Talking Headwall seems like a classic, I am sure I will visit there more in the future :) Hopefully Buzzards next door too!


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      Oh, What A Day!

      A travel blog entry by patry on Mar 31, 2013

      2 comments, 11 photos

      ... these whenever we can), played at the park, had a game of mini golf, did some laundry, played horseshoes, went on the paddleboats, and of course hit the jumping pillow again. We had our first campfire that night and just enjoyed being outside in the warmer weather.

      The Easter bunny arrived the next morning much to Cohen's surprise (he was worried he might not find us) and even hid ...