The Grand Caverns is home to Grottoes, VA in the Shenandoah Valley. Many people love to visit this historic natural location that was found in 1804. It is one of the oldest show caves in the United States.
Really neat local cavern, maintained by the town of Grottoes. Not as famous as Luray, but still very nice. They are also about $10 cheaper per person than Luray. So it's a good options if you are looking for something neat to do for the day.
Explore a huge cave system on a guided tour, just a 15 minute drive from your stay. There is also a beautiful town park on site with a pool, fishing, athletic fields, and a sand volleyball court.
Whether you're a history buff, a nature-lover, birdwatcher, runner, hiker, cyclist, photographer, adventurer, or just someone who enjoys a great setting for a memorable time with friends and family, there's something for everyone on the grounds...and below the ground, at Grand Caverns.
“Antique Hunters Mecca! Collectors, this place is for you! www.factoryantiquemall.com”
“For wine lovers. Bluestone Vineyards has some of the best wine in the valley. They also often have food trucks and live music on Fridays and Saturdays. ”
“The Local Chop and Grill House is a good option for a more upscale dining experience. Their steak is delicious as is anything else we have ever tried. Although they offer a seasonal menu, it’s always been a stellar experience. They have had outdoor seating with heaters, but we do recommend making a reservation if this is a place you think you’d like to go to. ”
“The home base for this brewery is in Charlottesville. But this outpost is a great place to visit and get a taste of the Charlottesville beer scene. They also have some great non-alcoholic craft brews. ”