Biking

Ride to the star and back in Roanoke

July 17, 2017

Let the Roanoke Star be your reward for a 6-mile mountain bike ride that includes a thousand feet of climbing. Start in the Virginia city’s historic Grandin Village and head toward Mill Mountain Park, which […]

Camping

Get Out and Play in the ‘Burg’

July 10, 2017

Known for being family-friendly, Harrisonburg, Va., is a wonderful destination for a day or weekend trip with your family. “Get Out and Play in the ‘Burg” on the Shenandoah Valley Kids Trail and enjoy a […]

Destinations

Enjoy a unique sip and stay at a Kent County farm winery

July 4, 2017

Like animals, especially cows, chickens, miniature ponies, cats, and dogs? Love wines, including sauvignon blanc, chardonnay, and barbera? Escape to Crow Farm and Winery, a Kent County, Md., bed-and-breakfast that sits in the middle of […]

Camping

Escape in the Susquehanna River Valley

July 3, 2017

Discover the timeless elegance of the Susquehanna River Valley, where there’s something new and incredible to discover at every turn. The region is stunning on a grand scale, from the towering vistas and colorful overlooks […]

Biking

Four places to head off the beaten path in Morgantown

July 3, 2017

The mountains and valleys of West Virginia near Morgantown offer spectacular hiking opportunities: Cooper’s Rock, the Monongahela River Trail, and even the West Virginia University Arboretum in the heart of town. These scenic destinations, however, […]

Concerts

Music under the stars returns

June 16, 2017

The Shenandoah Valley Music Festival, a fixture on the Valley music scene for more than 50 years, opens its season July 21–22 in Orkney Springs. The “Wayback Weekend” will feature Arlo Guthrie on July 21, […]