Based off our present Covenants the only lots that one is allowed to camp on are “Camping Lots” which are E1 thru E11 & E17 thru E36
If you own a “Building Lot” and are interested in camping or using a RV or Trailer there have been a few owners that have gotten an exception from the board as they build their residence which the board will review on a case by case basis.
Please follow all Page County regulations.
Please follow NSSF Best Practices.
Declaration and Plats Article 5 Section 5
Subdivision of Lots. No lot(s) may be subdivided without the prior written consent of the Board of Directors of the Association and without proper county approval.
The community does not allow homes on wheels.
Please follow all Page County building codes and regulations on square footage, well, electric, and septic requirements for all dwellings.
Please follow all Page County building codes and regulations.
Virginia state law allows fishing without a license from private property with the permission of the property owner. If your chosen property is directly on the river, you can fish from the property’s riverbank without a license. If you want to wade out into the river or fish from a canoe, or to fish from a public access point elsewhere in the area, you’ll need a state fishing license which can be purchased from the Luray Walmart. You will have to provide your own fishing equipment.
Several owners have HighSpeedLink
But DSL thru CentryLink or Satellite thru HugesNet are also options.
There are several free trash drop offs in the area
219 Landfill Drive, Luray, VA 22835 (Battlecreek Landfill/Recycling Center)
158 Big Spring Ln, Rileyville, VA 22650 (Page County Refuse/Recycling Center)
9801 Stonewall Jackson Hwy, Front Royal, VA 22630 (Rockledge Refuse/Recycling Center)
There are a great many hiking trails in the nearby vicinity, such as the Shenandoah National Park.
A fairly good list and map of many of the best area trails can be found here:
Big Meadows Lodge – About a 6 mile round trip from Tanners Ridge Parking Lot
Lewis Falls Trail – About a 6 mile round trip from Tanners Ridge Parking Lot
Dark Hollow Falls Trailhead – About a 7 mile round trip from Tanners Ridge Parking Lot
Rapidan Camp – About a 16 mile round trip from Tanners Ridge Parking Lot
While we are only a 3 mile round trip walk to Skyline Drive from the Tanners Ridge Parking Lot…
By car there are not a lot of entrances to the park.
We are 40 miles from the VA RT 211 entrance or 50 mins from the RT 33 entrance.
Page Memorial Hospital
200 Memorial Drive, Luray, VA 22835
It is about a 27 minute ride from the development to the hospital
Food Lion (20 mins)
558 W Main St, Stanley, VA 22851
Walmart Supercenter (30 mins)
1036 U.S. 211, Luray, VA 22835
Residence and guests enjoy a variety of wildlife including black bears, turkeys, white tailed deer, bobcat, fox, and a wide variety of woodland song birds.
Please use care and caution. Consult the Shenandoah National Park Safety Guidelines for additional information.
ATV and dirt bikes are not allowed in the community nor on the roads of Page County.
After 3″ of snow has fallen the M&I Committee will make the call to start plowing in the following order:
1. Snow route from rear to front.
2. Secondary roads that have occupied residences.
3. Side roads not previously cleared.
In the case of 911 emergencies plowing will proceed directly to the emergency location before any other snow removal operations occur.
Some snow storms might require the community to change this plan based on conditions and weather forecasts.
The community does have a 3 season bath house with a digital lock.
Email the treasure to get your personal code.
We ask that you stay to at 15mph
There are several places to go horseback riding in the Luray area, as well as in the nearby Shenandoah National Park. Information on area attractions can be found via Google and at http://shenandoahcabinrentals.com
There is an outfitter in the area if you would like to rent equipment to get on the river.
They are about a 30 min drive from the development.
Well, it kind of depends on the weather, and you know how reliable that is. But there are several places you can get official best guesses:
The National Park Service’s fall color page for the Shenandoah National Park, which is visible from most of our properties:
The National Park Service’s mountain view webcam, which will show you what the leaves look like right now:
And, the Virginia Fall Foliage Hotline may be reached at 1-800-424-LOVE(5683).
But regardless of the time of year, there will always be beautiful leaves to look at – evergreens if nothing else. ?
Luray Caverns (30 Mins)
Canoeing, Kayaking or Tubing (30 Mins)
Horse Backing (15 mins)
Zip Line (30 Mins)
Wistera Winery (15 Mins)
Distillery (30 Mins)
Burritos and Beers
Ski and Snowboarding (45 Mins)
Water Parks (45 Mins)
Mountain Biking (45 Mins)
New Market Battle Fields