As we end the year, December’s “Touring Our Towns” segment features both the town where the caverns meet the sky and the area known as the cabin capital of Virginia—Luray and Page County!

Luray offers plenty of small-town charm yet contributes greatly to Virginia’s tourism, serving as home to the nationally known Luray Caverns and as the gateway to Shenandoah National Park.

There is no place quite like Luray and Page County, Virginia. Located just 90 miles west of Washington, D.C., the area is close enough to make day trips and weekend getaways possible. Yet far enough away, nestled between the Blue Ridge and Massanutten Mountains, that you can truly escape the hustle — and hassles — of everyday life. Whether you’re looking for extreme adventure or serious relaxation, Luray and Page County offers a wealth of experiences to enjoy: from natural wonders, such as Luray Caverns and the Shenandoah River, to the scenic beauty of Shenandoah National Park and Skyline Drive, to the small-town charm of the towns of Luray, Stanley, and Shenandoah. Come for a few hours, a few days, or a lifetime. No matter when you come, Luray and Page County will delight your senses, tickle your fancy, and take your breath away.

Tucked between the Massanutten and Blue Ridge Mountains, Page County’s towns are strongly supporting their businesses and residents this holiday season, promoting creative ways to shop local during this challenging year.

Throughout the last 60 years, Lantz has proudly partnered with many businesses and organizations in Luray and Page County as the community continues its economic growth, both as a travel destination and a great place to call home!

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