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Massanutten Storybook Trail, Luray

Categories: Hiking Trails, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
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4.9/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web
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  • This is a nice shady place for a little nature walk. If you are looking for a hike, this is not it. The path was constructed from interesting curved boards, and it is obvious that there was some inten...  read more »
  • This is a great little trail! It's paved, making it wheelchair and stroller accessible. Short enough for my 3 year old to make it up and back without needing to be carried. Beautiful view awaits you a...  read more »
  • It's short, but beautiful with a great view. The paved path was good for our 4 &6 year olds. The kids climbed on large rocks, that they called "the playground", that were safe enough. A couple miles f...  read more »
  • A little out of the way, but, well worth the time. It's probably a more difficult drive to get to the parking area than it is to hike to the overlook. In fact, the trail is a well maintained, paved walkway that leads to a steel grid platform that offers amazing views of the Shenandoah Valley. Be sure to go during good weather, as there is no rain cover. Would be nice if there were a maintained trash can up there because scumbag people who just toss their empties into the woods ruin the natural beauty.
  • Easy paved path from the parking lot to the fantastic overlook. Lots of small trails leading off of the main path. Fun rocks to climb on. Easy to miss small turnoff road from rt 211
  • Perfect trail for families with young children. Wide, paved trail has lots of bouldering options along the way to a sweeping view of the Shenandoah Valley. My 3 and 7 year olds enjoyed the trail and bouldering, while my wife enjoyed carrying the newborn in the Tula. Flat the whole way. Highly recommended!
  • We have walked this trail with our children each spring and fall. It is a nice way to mark the change of seasons. It is perfect for little ones and those with mobility issues. For such an easy walk, the pay-off at the end of the trail, a view of the Page Valley, is stunning any time of year. We have sighted bald eagles happily soaring the thermals, and there are a number of places that adventurous kids can do a little rock scrambling along the trail.
  • What a spectacular view, we even got to see a hawk wheeling around
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