Created as part of the 2020 VA Street Arts Festival. Mural by Nils Westergard of Richmond.

Your economical stay in historic downtown Waynesboro, the Quality Inn prides itself on comfort and value. A favorite of Appalachian Trail hikers, the motel is within an easy walk of the historic Wayne Theatre, downtown restaurants, fly fishing opportunities, Civil War sites, and the historic Tree Streets neighborhood. A hot breakfast, seasonal outdoor pool, and free Wifi provides the comforts guests expect. Ample parking welcomes buses and trucks.

Red August Farm is a wedding and event venue tucked away in the Shenandoah Valley with gorgeous views and an intimate country farm setting. The Blue Ridge Mountains are visible from this little hilltop and will give you a feeling of peacefulness that is hard to match in the Valley. The gated stone entrance adds a tranquil scene as you and your guests are welcomed to Red August Farm. We hope you allow us to be a little part of your special event!

A beautiful evergreen-lined lane at the south end of Magnolia Avenue welcomes you to this 85-acre park where benches line the bank of the South River which meanders through the park. With a playground for the kids, a public pool for hot summer days and pavilions for picncs, the park offers something for everyone and has a variety of great settings for family fun.

This small, intimate park perched on the bank of the South River offers opportunities to picnic, fish, and watch wildlife. The park is equipped with two picnic tables as well as a boat ramp. The boat ramp is a perfect spot for paddlers to put in or take out as portions of the Waynesboro Water Trail

The RISE Foundation has opened a one of a kind library for the state of Virginia: The All Black Library. The library has purchased and shelved over 1,500 books since opening in August of 2020.

This library highlights the stories, history, family, encouragement, faith, love, and relationships of Black people told by Black people from all over the world. They have both fiction and non-fiction books, for kids, teens, and adults!

Due to Covid-19, the library is open by appointment only. Call (540) 221-6964 and leave a message if you would like to tour the library and/or RISE facility.

Rockfish Gap Hawk Watch is one of over 200 hawk watch sites in North America who primary mission is to collect raptor identification and count data during fall migration in a rigorous fashion. More than 20,000 raptors migrate through Rockfish Gap each fall including hawks, falcons, eagles, osprey, kites, and harriers. We are unique in that our site is very easily accessible, with no hiking or climbing necessary.

A small group of local volunteers man the watch from Aug 15 Nov 30. Although migrating hawks can be see any day, peak migration occurs in the last two weeks of September and first two weeks of October. During this time we can see as many as 10,000 hawks on a single day.

Our hawk watch is conducted on the grounds of the Inn at Afton, just off highway 64 at exit 99 just east of Waynesboro, VA. Our location provides a 180 degree panoramic view of Rockfish Gap, the Shenandoah Valley to the west, and the Piedmont Region to the east. We are family-friendly and welcome all visitors (who can participate by helping to spot the hawks or just sit back and observe). If you visit, bring a lawn chair or blanket, food/drink, hat, sunscreen and binoculars. Visit our website for more

Rusticae, downtown Waynesboros newest boutique, is now open! Come check out their awesome store filled with new and vintage clothing, decor, assessories, and so much more!

Hibachi, sushi and more: dine-in, carryout or drive thru

All-american fare served with a smile.

Authentic Italian cuisine direct from Naples, Italy. Serving the Shenandoah Valley for over 20 years in a family atmosphere.

The garden provides a tangible special place for people to reflect on the courage, dignity, and hope of those who have overcome cancer and those who have fought it so bravely, but lost. The garden is on a one acre knoll at the south entrance to Ridgeview Park off Northgate Avenue. A walkway leads you through an array of low growing shrubs, brightly colored flowers, all full of green leaves in the summer and beautiful color in the fall. Special benches line the walkways throughout the garden for your convenience.
Come ring the Peoples Bell three times to celebrate the end of treatments, to remember a loved one, or to bring hope for cure for all. A grass path leads visitors down to the South River for those who want to sit and listen to the quiet ripple of the water. Numerous plaques displayed in and around the garden explain the deep commitment from businesses, organizations, and individuals who believe in the fight against cancer.

We invite you to experience this beautiful gateway to nature, remembering the blessings of good health.

This lager-forward brewery features a large tap room, knowledgeable staff and sessionable beers. Inspired by a Native American blessing referencing the creator, the earth, the four directions, and back to the creator, Seven Arrows’s compass rose logo signifies the four directions and the four ingredients in beer. Twelve true-to-style beers are always on tap. A full kitchen, with onsite dining, is available through Nobos Restaurant.

At Sheetz, we like to turn convention on its head by offering great-tasting food at a convenience store. We’ve developed a made-to-order food program that rivals any quick serve restaurant you’ve ever visited.

Start your Shenandoah Beerwerks Trail adventure with the three Waynesboro breweries (Basic City Beer Co., Seven Arrows Brewing, Stable Craft Brewing) then explore five more of the nineteen participating breweries in the Shenandoah Valley to complete your Beerwerks Passport and get your free T-Shirt to commemorate your time on the trail.

Pick up your passport at a participating brewery (listed below) or Visitor Center located within the Beerwerks footprint: Lexington, Rockbridge County, Augusta County, Staunton, Waynesboro, Harrisonburg, Rockingham County.

Basic City Beer Co.

BrewHaha Brewing Co.

Brothers Craft Brewing

Cave Hill Farms Brewery

Devil’s Backbone Outpost

Elkton Brewing Co.

Great Valley Farm Brewery and Winery

Heliotrope Brewery

Pale Fire Brewing Co.

Queen City Brewing

Redbeard Brewing Co.

Restless Moons Brewing Co.

Rockbridge Vineyard and Brewery

Seven Arrows Brewing

Shenandoah Valley Brewing Co.

Skipping Rock Beer Co.

Stable Craft Brewing

The Friendly Fermenter

Three Notch’d Valley Collab House

Shenandoah National Park extends along the Blue Ridge Mountains in the U.S. state of Virginia. The Skyline Drive runs its length, and a vast network of trails includes a section of the long-distance Appalachian Trail. Mostly forested, the park features wetlands, waterfalls and rocky peaks like Hawksbill and Old Rag mountains. Shenandoah is home to many bird species, plus deer, squirrels and the elusive black bear. The park’s southernmost access point is just three miles from Waynesboro.

From spring to fall, you can enhance your trip along the Skyline with a stay at Big Meadows Lodge which has restaurants, cabins as well as more traditional rooms, and activites like live music and classes such as a basic outdoor survival skills class.

Whether you are looking for a scenic way to get from point A to point B, want to spend the day hiking and stopping at overlooks, or want to plan a serious vacation, Skyline Drive is a great way to reconnect with the outdoors.