Why Page County

Looking for the perfect place for your wedding?

There are as many variations of weddings as there are couples. Let us provide you with the perfect location and the best service you could ask for all here in Page County, Virginia.

Nestled between the Blue Ride and Massanutten Mountains in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley, our county combines historic culture, natural beauty and a friendly atmosphere of day’s gone by. All of this makes for a perfect wedding destination.

Several National Historic Landmarks are found in the county, including the original courthouse, the 18th century Mauck Meeting House, Stevens cottage in Shenandoah, a nineteenth century reminder of the county’s railroad heritage, and several homes dating from the mid-1700’s.

Luray CavernsLuray Caverns, the largest and most popular in the east, was discovered in 1878.  Each year, more than 500,000 visitors explore the spectacular underground wonder and the adjacent Car and Carriage Caravan of historic vehicles and the new Luray Valley Museum. Many couples have wed in the spectacular caverns.

Shenandoah National Park borders the county on the east and has 500 miles of hiking trails encompassing over 196,000 acres of land.  Luray is a central gateway to the 106-mile historic Skyline Drive, which offers magnificent panoramas to some two million visitors annually.

Experience for yourself this fabled land known to its earliest inhabitants as “Daughter of the Stars”.  Its history, natural beauty and hospitality truly offer you a wedding/honeymoon destination you will never forget!

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