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What We’re Thankful For In Staunton

Nov 22, 2022 / egnidziejko

(Published 11/22/2022) Thanksgiving is here again and it’s time to give thanks for our families, friends, communities, health, food, pets, jobs, and more. Here’s what we’re thankful for in Staunton this year. More

Celebrate National Hiking Day in Staunton, VA

Nov 17, 2022 / egnidziejko

(Published 11/17/2022) Today is National Hiking Day, and it’s really worth celebrating since hiking is good for both your waistline and your mind. Here are some local hikes that will help you stretch your legs and commune with nature. More

Welcome Fall Here in Staunton

Sep 22, 2022 / madden

(Published 09/22/2022) Today is the fall equinox, meaning that fall has officially arrived in Staunton. While the days are still warm, the nights are getting cooler and nature knows the seasons have changed. More

Staunton Road Trip: One Last Hurrah Before Summer Ends

Aug 11, 2022 / madden

(Published 08/11/2022) It might not feel like fall yet, but with many schools starting soon, we know that summer is on its way out. Are you looking for a final, fun trip to take with the family before the leaves start changing, and before soccer and football gobble up all your Saturdays? More

Staunton’s Fall Roundup

Sep 23, 2021 / madden

(Published 09/23/2021) The weather’s cooling, the birds are migrating, and the kids are safely away in school. Football is back on TV, and the leaves are starting to adorn the lawn. But there’s more to fall than raking, cheering, and pumpkin spice latte. More

Scenic Drives to Staunton

Oct 22, 2018 / madden

Situated at the intersection of interstates 81 and 64, Staunton always offers easy access. However, autumn days are perfect for more scenic drives, full of fall colors and vibrant culture. If you’re looking to take in all the Valley has to offer, check out one of these more leisurely alternatives. More

Take a Drive: Stunning Scenic Byways

Aug 09, 2018 / madden

Staunton is not only a portal to Skyline Drive, the iconic 105-mile thoroughfare bisecting Virginia’s Shenandoah National Park, but it also sits at the northern cusp of the Blue Ridge Parkway. Check out these two scenic drives, arguably some of the best thoroughfares on the east coast for leaf-peeping: skyline drive Flanked by the 200,000 acres of the Shenandoah National Park, Skyline Drive is laden with 69 different scenic overlooks along the 105-mile long public road. More