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Nestled in the heart of its namesake valley, Shenandoah County has some of the best mountain views in the state of Virginia. Land and farms in Shenandoah County have a long history as agricultural and hunting land; it was a major hunting ground for the Iroquois Native Americans for hundreds of years, before being purchased as farmland in 1744. 98 percent of farms in Shenandoah County are family-owned and many sell direct-to-consumer through the local Shenandoah County Farmers Market. Available Shenandoah County land and farms include estates of all sizes and price ranges, historical properties, farmland, ranchland, commercial land, and clear and forested acreages.
Shenandoah County land and farms have unlimited access to the great outdoors, offering adventure in every hill and valley. The Shenandoah County Parks & Recreation department operates sports leagues for all ages at its many athletic facilities, including basketball, volleyball, softball, and disc golf. Hikers, bikers, and birdwatchers will love Shenandoah County’s diverse walking and cycling trails, while more adventurous residents can take a ride down one of many off-highway vehicle and horseback riding trails. Winter snow brings plenty of opportunities for winter sports like skiing and snowing, while hot summers are a great time to go out and play in the world-famous Shenandoah River. Shenandoah County has over 31 miles of sparkling riverfront, stocked with trout, as well as plenty of public access spots for kayakers and canoers. After days spent in the great outdoors, residents can take in shows at the Woodstock Community Theatre, or explore one of the county’s 37 nationally registered historic places.
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