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The Weather in Shenandoah County
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your vacation. July is the warmest month in Shenandoah County with average maximum temperatures of 86°. However, temperatures can go lower than 24° in Shenandoah County in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is November.
Sample Shenandoah County mountain wines at your vacation home
Just a little over an hour outside of Washington, D.C., you’ll find Shenandoah County. Surrounded by a national park of the same name, this is a space of utter tranquility, though it remains commutable from the big city. Stay in grand, colonial-style homesteads set amid the Blue Ridge Mountains, which are among the state’s top attractions. The two-hundred-mile-long Shenandoah Valley is filled with lakes, caverns, wineries, and charming towns.
Wonderful wine trail
In addition to boasting surreally beautiful landscapes, Shenandoah is blessed with superb wineries. Why not explore your lush surroundings with a winery tour? Sample a variety of vintages in the sunshine as you gaze across vineyards where crickets buzz, with the stunning mountains as a backdrop. Although the Shenandoah Uncorked Wine Festival is a great time to visit local wineries, there is a well-established winery trail that you can follow anytime. Look forward to experiencing award-winning wineries, restaurants, and Shenandoah’s own specialty products.
American heritage and art
While you're in the vicinity, why not stop in at the White House? With Washington within easy reach of your vacation rental, plan a day trip to see the Lincoln Memorial, the dramatic Washington Monument, and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. If you’re seeking indoor activities, make sure to check out the National Gallery of Art, where you can see works by Picasso, Matisse, and American masters Jackson Pollock and Alexander Calder.
Adventures in the mountains
Shenandoah, which means “daughter of the stars,” is the vacation destination of your dreams. The 200-mile-long Shenandoah Valley is exceptionally beautiful. Filled with caverns and preserved battlefields, it boasts the grand Blue Ridge Mountains as a backdrop. The outdoor activities in this neck of the woods are endless – look forward to hiking, camping, fishing, and canoeing in this green paradise. You can also saddle up and go horseback riding. Giddy up!
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