We are excited to host our wedding at Skyland in Shenandoah National Park, located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. We have spent much time at the Park enjoying its trails and majestic views, and we hope you’ll find your time here peaceful, relaxing, and fun.
Looking for details on where to stay at Shenandoah National Park? Please take a look at the available lodging options.
Traveling into Shenandoah National Park
There is a $25 fee to enter the park. This entry fee provides for unlimited entry for one vehicle and passengers for seven consecutive days. If you plan to visit Shenandoah National Park again at a later date, you may want to consider the $50 annual pass. Details on these fees, as well as other options, are available from the National Park Service.
There are four entrance stations to Shenandoah National Park. Driving directions are available from the National Park Service and Shenandoah National Park. If you plan to use an internet-based mapping service to drive into the Park, make sure that it is directing you to one of the four entrances listed below:
Front Royal (North Entrance)
Near Front Royal, Virginia, off Route 340 (also called Stonewall Jackson Highway)
East of Luray, Virginia and west of Sperryville, Virginia, off Highway 211 (also called Lee Highway)
Swift Run Gap
Physical address: 22591 Spotswood Trail, Elkton, VA
Rockfish Gap (South Entrance)
A few miles east of Waynesboro, Virginia off Highway 250