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Skyland Resort +

Skyline Dr Marker 41.7 - Shenandoah National Park

Luray, VA 22835

(877) 247-9261

Located in Shenandoah National Park at mile 41.7 on the Skyline Drive, Skyland Resort is located at the highest elevation along the drive. Skyland is open late March through late November.  The resort is closed during the winter.

Our location along Skyline Drive is ideal for visitors to explore over 500 miles of hiking trails, including 101 miles of the Appalachian Trail. Experience breathtaking views from 75 overlooks along Skyline Drive, a National Scenic Byway. Visit regional wineries, antique shops and museums and that are nearby.

Skyland has meeting space to accommodate up to 100 people. It’s a great venue for a managers' retreat or small, intimate social gathering. Call the Group Sales Office at 866-383-2922 for information.

We have 177 rooms with the majority located along the ridge of the mountain facing the Shenandoah Valley to the west.  Room types range from newly renovated Premium rooms to small, cozy historic cabins.  A limited number of suites and pet friendly rooms are also available. All rooms are equipped with coffee makers, hair dryers, and clock radios. Premium and preferred rooms have TVs and air conditioning.  There are no in-room phones but there are house phones in the service areas. Cell service reception is available from most rooms depending on your carrier.  Calls can be received at the front desk – 540-999-2212 and messages will be delivered to your room. All rooms and public area plus 25 feet from buildings are smoke-free environments.

The Pollock Dining Room menu items focus on healthy fresh and organic ingredients.  Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served plus we offer a limited menu in the Mountain Taproom from 2:00 to 10:00 p.m.  Free family-friendly nightly entertainment is also featured in the taproom.

Guided horseback rides depart daily from the Skyland stables.  Special events include weekly wine tastings and cooking demos, Shenandoah Mountain Guided Hikes and Rock Climbing/Rappelling, monthly Night Skies presentations May through September.

For more information, visit www.goshenandoah.com or call (877) 247-9261. 

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