Parents traveling in the northern Shenandoah Valley and Virginia Piedmont may find great fun for their kids right at their fingertips with the new Shenandoah Valley Kids Trail.
Designed with kid navigation in mind, the trail will let you and/or your darling get an idea of what’s cool in that neck of the woods.
Here’s a primer.
On your mobile device, go to www.VirginiaKidsTrail.com. Filter the directory by region or by subcategory. For example, if you’re traveling Route 11 or perhaps Interstate 81 and want to see what’s nearby that the kids would enjoy, you’d click “Filter by: Region” and choose “Shenandoah Valley.”
An example of what you will find within the mobile site are family festivals like Fall Festival at Massanutten Resort and Great Country Farms’ Pumpkin Harvest Festival, complete with photos, address, phone number and website for more information. Some of the attractions are Bryce Resort Mountain Bike Trails, Dinosaur Land, and Shenandoah Caverns. There are orchards, farms, museums, outdoor recreation, and even fun history stops along the way.
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© Casey for Virginia’s Travel Blog, 2014. |