Outdoor Lover’s Paradise View All Itineraries DAY 1 When it comes to being outdoors, nothing compares to the Shenandoah County experience! Begin your journey, settling into Shenandoah Valley Campground, where you can choose to drive in your RV, bunk in a cabin, or pitch a tent. The updated campground offers a plethora of amenities including a snack bar, camp store, bathhouse, laundry facility, dishwashing station, playground, and is pet friendly! Bring anyone and everyone, right down to your furry family members. Cool down from unpacking and setting up by taking a dive in the pool before heading into town to enjoy a meal at the Woodstock Cafe. Featuring a variety of unique sandwiches, salads, wraps and pastries, The Woodstock Cafe is sure to please everyone’s taste buds. After fueling up on some great food, take to the river for a paddling adventure. A great float is from Deer Rapids to the Strasburg Town Park or paddle from the Meems Bottom Covered Bridge to Red Banks Road. What better way to refresh after a great float down the river than a cold pint at the Woodstock Brewhouse. “The Brewhouse” as locals refer to it offers a wide selection of their own hand-crafted beers and refuel on fish tacos, burgers, fried plantains and other fare in this renovated denim factory turned craft brewery. DAY 2 Wake up to the birds chirping, and the beautiful sunrise over the mountain top. What better way to begin your day than stopping into Freed’s Biscuit Co in Basye. Established in 2018, Freed’s Biscuit Company was founded on one simple belief… Just about everything’s better on a biscuit. Since then, They’ve been baking up biscuit creations grounded in tradition and inspired by new possibilities. Hand-crafted with a fresh modern twist, one thing’s for sure… You’ve never experienced ‘the biscuit’ quite like this. Hope you didn’t forget to wear your walking shoes because you’re going to need them as you make your way to Lake Laura at Bryce Resort. Take a walk on the relaxing nature trail that wraps around the entire lake. The trail is open daily all year long and takes anywhere from one-and-a-half to two hours – an easy to moderate hike for all ages. The Lake Laura Trail is beautiful any time of year and a fun activity with children as young as four years. Lake Laura Trail is not handicap accessible. If you’re up for more excitement, don’t stop there! Grab a mountain bike, and head back up the mountain on the chair lift. Pedal 30 miles per hour over bridges, rocks, dirt down and through the mountains of Virginia. After the heart-racing experiences, dance into the night with the weekend’s live entertainment featured at Bryce’s Copper Kettle Bar & Lounge. If you’re into the more reserved and quiet setting, the resort offers the same menu in the restaurant portion as well or check out one of the area’s many vineyards such as Third Hill Winery, Cave Ridge Vineyard or Winery at Kindred Pointe. Finish up the night by sitting around the community fire pit or your own fire back at the campground, as you rehearse the experiences and stories from the exciting day. Or Book your Stay at one of the area’s cozy cabins, chalets, riverside cottages, or unique stays.