George Washington & Jefferson National Forests, Millboro

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  • It was formally known as Fort Edward Johnson and was built to protect Staunton, VA during the Civil War. The trail head for the 7 mile Shenandoah Mountain Trail also starts here but because of the wea...  more »
  • Small parking area, Walk up a steep fire road with private land on either side. Always stay to the left except at the top where you turn right (there is a sign). The top is a bit of a scramble to get ...  more »
  • Braley Pond is in the George Washington National Forest. It offers several trail heads, a camp site, a picnic area, and a fully stocked pond. The campground is supposed to be the most haunted one in V...  more »
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  • The Cave Mountain Lake campground is a hidden jewel. It is a relatively small campground with limited facilities, but the sites are excellently maintained. It is quiet and out of the way with plenty of trees for shade and privacy. The bathhouse is simple but clean. Not a lot of excitement to be had, but I like camping to "get away from it all".