Fort Valley Ranch - Horse & Mule Campground - fortvalleyranch added this area
Fort Valley, VA
Riders have logged 7.54 miles & 0.05 hours here.
TOP TRAIL RIDER: fortvalleyranch logged 7.54 miles.
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From I-81 in Virginia's Shenandoah Valley Exit 279 turn east on Hwy 675 for1 mile to Hwy 11, turn left on Hwy 11 for 1/2 mile to the Jeep car dealer, turn right on Hwy 675 over the mountain for 5 1/2 miles to the Kingscrossing Junction,turn right on Hwy 678 for 1 1/2 miles to the Ranch entrance
Fort Valley Ranch
Mountain Trail Riding
Enjoy the beauty riding in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia offers. Bounded by the Blue Ridge Mountains to the east and the Allegany Mountains to the west, the Massanutten Mountain range rises out of the heart of the Shenandoah Valley. With much of the Mountains encompassed within the George Washington National Forest, 100’s of miles of trails are available for the equestrian trail rider from Fort Valley Ranch.
Fort Valley Ranch’s Horse and Mule Campground provides direct access to the National Forest Trails. The Ranch has bunkhouse cabins, camping including water and electric sites, corrals and paddocks. Free trail maps and descriptions of the local trails are provided at check-in. Formed by the surrounding Massanutten Mountains, Fort Valley’s trails range from lush, wooded valley to mountain top ridges providing panoramic views of the Shenandoah River and Valley below.
Don’t have your own horse or mule? Fort Valley Ranch offers guided mountain rides from 1 hour to a full-day adventure. Other activities in the area include paddling the Shenandoah River, exploring civil war history, touring the vast cavern formations and enjoying a stroll down one of the many small town streets that dot the area.
- Private facility
- Fort Valley Ranch, llc fortvalleyranch.com, 540 933-6633
- Dogs on a leash in the camp, under owners control in National Forest.
- Picket or pirtable corrals in primitive areas only, all others must use corrals or paddocks.
- Neg. coggins required.