Spend Your Night Under the Stars in Luray-Page County
The best way to enjoy a June trip to Luray-Page County is packing up your tent, rolling up your sleeping bag, and spending your nights under the stars. June is National Camping Month, making it the perfect time to take a camping trip to the Blue Ridge Mountains or Shenandoah River.
A Place to Pitch Your Tent
All throughout Luray-Page County, we have plenty of options for camping. Whether you like roughing it in a tent or rolling in comfort and style with an RV, you’re sure to find a place to fit your needs. So, make sure to check out the fantastic campgrounds below.
Located on the Shenandoah River, this picturesque spot offers campsites for people that are tent camping. They also feature some neat Yurts right along the banks of the river.
Location – Luray
Camp Outback is perfect for people that want to tent camp and enjoy a day on the Shenandoah River. Campers get the chance to sleep under the night sky, enjoy hot showers, hangout by the fire, and enjoy a day on the river or in the woods hiking.
Location – Fort Valley
This peaceful campground is perfect for anyone wanting to get away for a few days. They offer tent camping, RV hookups, and even some cozy cabins. Campers not only have a place to rest of their heads, but you’ll get a chance to enjoy some peaceful trail rides with their friendly horses.
Location – Luray
For anyone that wants to camp with all the comforts of home, book an RV site with Luray RV Resort. With 100 acres of land (3/4 miles of which is right on the Shenandoah River) campers can pitch a traditional tent, hook up an electric tent, or have access to full RV hookups. Their campers also can enjoy a day canoeing, tubing, or fishing on the river.
Location – Rileyville
Want to wake up to the sunrise, make some coffee by the fire, and hit the river first thing, check out River Run Campground. This primitive campsite sits right on the Shenandoah River and welcomes tent and RV campers.
Location – Shenandoah
If traveling in an RV is your style, Riverside Camping is the spot for you. In the perfect location for you. Offering campers a beautiful place to stay since 1970, they sit right on the Shenandoah River, have a country store right across the street, and is close to tons of other activities.
For anyone that loves to camp and hike, the Shenandoah National Park has plenty to offer. With 5 traditional campsites that you can stay in a tent or an RV, you’re have plenty of options. Or, if you really want to rough it for a few days, they also offer backcountry camping that really allows you to be one with nature for a few days.
Location – Luray
Want to step out of your tent or RV and get to see some of the most beautiful sunrises you can find? Spacious Skies, Shenandoah Valley has tent camping, RV hookups, and even cabins that all have the stunning Blue Ridge Mountains as their backdrop.
Location – Luray
If your family loves going on camping trips, Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Campground is the place for you. They offer tent camping, RV spots, and cabins. Their guests get access to all the family friend activities they have like their pools, mini-golf, and more.
Part of the fun of camping is cooking over the fire or grilling out. In Luray-Page County, we have plenty of fresh farm stores that offer all the food you’ll need
Willow Grove Market is located right outside of downtown Luray and offers a variety of fresh produce that is grown on their family farm, meat from surrounding areas, and even dairy products. Massanutten Country Corner has their own fresh market with veggies, baked goods, dairy and more. The Hawksbill Trading Company has plenty of local vendors that sell a variety of neat items. They also have local eggs, veggies, and more. Heard’s Cedar Hill Farm Market is located right outside the town of Luray and gives visitors a selection of fresh produce, meat, and even stuff like fishing gear and gear for river activities. If you’re in town on Wednesdays, starting June 1st, you can head out to Page Memorial Hospital from 1:00-5:00 PM for their Page County’s Farmers Market. They’ll be hosting different local produce and food vendors that will provide the perfect addition to cooking by the campfire.
If you’ve made it out to camp in Luray-Page County and find that you’re in need of supplies and gear, you’ll have plenty of shops to choose from for everything you need.
Appalachian Trail Outfitters is right in downtown Luray and offers hiking gear, camping gear, and more. The Page Co-Op Farm Bureau has bait for fishing, gear for outdoor living, clothing to keep you warm at night, and more. Just outside of downtown Luray, the Happy Mini Mart sells baith, snacks and drinks, and wood for your fires. Heard’s Cedar Hill Farm Market also sells camping gear like stuff for fishing, firewood, and supplies for fun in the sun.
For anyone camping with their families, there are plenty of opportunities to have fun during the day that won’t break the bank.
For anyone that loves swimming make sure to check out Lake Arrowhead Beach. This sandy beach offers swimming in Lake Arrowhead during the summer from 12:00-6:00 PM. The Hawksbill Pool offers a swimming pool for families to enjoy from 12:30-6:00 pm everyday during the summer. Or if you like hiking, check out the over 500 miles of hiking trails in the Shenandoah National Park or walking along the Luray Hawksbill Greenway.
From waking up to gorgeous sunsets to enjoying a night by the fire with the stars as your backdrop, Luray-Page County is the perfect for your June camping trip. We have plenty of options for campgrounds, places to get fresh food and supplies, and outdoor stores that offer all the gear you could need, and chances for family fun, you’re sure to have the best camping trip ever.