Augusta County lives outside. We have fun outside, eat outside and if we’re in the mood, sleep outside. Be one with Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley when you hike the Blue Ridge, fish Mossy Creek, bike Route 11, and camp in the shadows of the Natural Chimneys.

Experience food live and in-person when you walk Polyface Farm’s beyond organic fields, hug a goat at A Better Way Farm, or drink craft beer made from fresh-picked hops at Stable Craft Brewing.

Embrace the past while riding a horse where soldiers marched, lodging in a bunkhouse, strolling through the Factory Antique Mall (the largest antique mall in the United States), or taking a drive down a backroad.

Whether you choose outdoor rec, locavore culture, history, or enjoying the view from the road, Augusta’s wide range of affordable lodging options make us the perfect choice for your getaway to Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley.

All Augusta, All Outside.