There’s more to trails than just hiking. From history and heritage to farms and vineyards, these trails will help you find key attractions based on your travel interests. Try one or try them all and experience Harrisonburg and the surrounding area like no other.
Bike the Valley Biking Trails
Harrisonburg is the Cycling Capital of the Valley, but there are plenty of other beautiful nearby towns, city and county roads, and mountain trails begging to be explored on two wheels. Discover a comprehensive network of these routes through the Bike the Valley program..
Civil War Trails
Harrisonburg and Rockingham County played key roles during the Civil War. Grab a copy of the Battles on the Home Front self-guided driving tour brochure and make your way around the area’s Civil War trails highlighting important battlefields, hospitals, cemeteries, and more.
Harrisonburg-Rockingham Artisan Trail
At the heart of the beautiful Shenandoah Valley lies the City of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County. This area truly represents a Crossroads with its diversity of people, languages, religions and skills as evident throughout the valley. Discover handcrafted hidden gems that valley residents have enjoyed for centuries.
Shenandoah Beerwerks Trail
Drink in the Shenandoah Valley on the Beerwerks Trail. Explore our great outdoors and enjoy great beer, too. Wherever your adventures take you, the Shenandoah Valley has a brewery nearby to quench your thirst. Refresh yourself on the Shenandoah Beerwerks Trail.
Shenandoah Spirits Trail
Wineries, craft breweries, cideries and distilleries span from Harrisonburg to Winchester/Frederick County. What you’ll find along the way are incredible mountain views, historic treasures, farm-to-table dining, charming downtowns, and an amazing diversity of outdoor recreation. There’s something for everyone along the trail.
Fields of Gold – Shenandoah Valley Farm Trail
From farms and you-pick venues to farm-to-table dining and breweries, the Fields of Gold Agritourism Program’s Farm Trail easily highlights the best agritourism sites and activities along Virginia’s agriculturally-prosperous Shenandoah Valley.
Shenandoah Valley Quilt Trail
The Shenandoah Valley Quilt Trail is dedicated to promoting the community’s rich quilting heritage and history. Harrisonburg has its own “Walking Quilt Trail,” which consists of 12 historically unique quilt blocks placed outside of or within local businesses. Each quilt block has its own pattern, as well as its own meaning to that businesses.
Shenandoah Valley Kids Trail
Traveling with the family? Follow ‘Bucket’, your virtual tour guide, to the Explore More Discovery Museum, Back Home on the Farm, Mt. Crawford Creamery, Capital Ale House, Massanutten Resort and other kid-friendly attractions that the whole family will love.
Virginia Green Program
Virginia Green is the statewide program that works to reduce the environmental impacts of Virginia’s tourism industry. Virginia Green is run through a partnership among the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), the Virginia Tourism Corporation (VTC), and the Virginia Hospitality and Travel Association (VHTA). The program seeks to reduce the environmental impacts of the tourism industry and raise environmental awareness.
The Wilderness Road, Virginia’s Heritage Migration Route
Discovery History & Heritage along the Wilderness Road, Virginia’s Heritage Migration Route. We invite you to blaze your own trail of discovery along The Wilderness Road and relive America’s unique history and heritage.