It features historic homes, a Bed & Breakfast, campground, bakery, tea room, quaint shops and galleries, and one of the few remaining pre-Civil War mills in existence.
Woodstock is the fourth oldest town in Virginia. Steeped in history, the town was home to the famed Revolutionary Peter Muhlenberg, who came in 1772 to serve as a Lutheran pastor.
Featuring a recently renovated downtown area filled with historic architecture, unique shops, bed & breakfasts, restaurants and a theater.
Mount Jackson was originally known as Mount Pleasant. On January 28, 1826, an act of the General Assembly of Virginia changed the name of the village in honor of President Andrew Jackson, who was a frequent visitor on his travels from Washington, D.C. to his home in Tennessee.
Strasburg features antique shops, art galleries, museums, and abounds in history.
12 miles west of Mount Jackson, Bryce Resort invites you to experience the best in outdoor adventure, dining, and events at this four season resort.
Toms Brook, located between the towns of Strasburg and Woodstock, witnessed Civil War action in 1864. The Battle of Toms Brook engaged over 9,000 Union and Confederate soldiers.