10 Unusual  Virginia  Activities for All Four Seasons

Did you know the state of Virginia is within a day’s drive (or less) for 60% of Americans and much of Southeastern Canada?

So if you’re one of the millions of people not comfortable flying right now or looking to avoid costly vacation flights, Virginia might be the destination you’re looking for.

Visit One of America’s Stunning National Parks

Seventy-five miles from Washington D.C. lies Shenandoah National Park in Virginia’s Appalachian Mountains.

Stay at the Ultimate Family Four Season Resort

Massanutten Resort is around the bend from the Swift Run Gap entrance of Shenandoah National Park.

Experience Wine Country Without Flying to the West Coast

In 1984 the area’s first vineyard, Willowcroft Farm Vineyards, opened, and almost 40 years later, there are 40-plus wineries in the area.

Splurge on a Special Getaway

Opened nine years ago, it’s on 340 acres of stunning Virginia countryside, yet only 35 minutes from Dulles International Airport.

Play World-Class Golf

With over 220 public golf courses, both classic and modern designs, and courses built by the game’s great architects, one of the best things to do in Virginia is spelled f-o-r-e.

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