McGaheysville ( /məˈɡækiːzvɪl/ mə-GAK-eez-vil) is an unincorporated community located in Rockingham County, in the U.S. state of Virginia. It is located along U.S. Route 33 between Penn Laird and Elkton, and sits at the base of the Massanutten.
Restaurants in McGaheysville
4 based on 765 reviews
First off, the water is freezing. I love water parks, but I hate being cold and wet so I didn't really want to do anything. We spent a lot of time in the "Warm Springs" pool, which I think was supposed to be hot - it was not. It was lukewarm, and the temperature the rest of the water park *should* have been. Second problem we had was my 6 year old was very upset at being sprayed with (cold) water in the face on almost everything he tried to do. The big center portion of the park sprays a huge amount of (cold) water out in every direction... he was too big for the kiddie pool, and wanted to try some slides and other fun water stuff, but couldn't because he didn't want cold water spraying in his face and dumped on his head. Heck, even I didn't want to ride anything because of the spraying water - it's the only water park I've ever visited that I didn't want to participate for this reason (there are no slides available that aren't forcefully spraying water. Suggestion? Build a few slides in a "quieter" place that would be for kids AND adults who don't like sensory overload). We mostly did the kiddie pool and swam in the "warm springs." We had fun because we made the most of it and enjoyed being together as a family. However, it was an expensive dip in the pool and wish we could have done more... won't be returning.
4 based on 4 reviews
There are many shops where kids can "build" a doll or animal. So why go here? Bottom line - cost. The most reasonable cost I have come across. We left paying less than $40. But the joy of watching my grandson picking through the animals, then he and his mom filling the animal with the stuffing and the smile on his face as chose what went inside the special pocket was as they say "priceless." The options are many in terms of personalizing your animal with outfits. After making the animal, he and his father were on the computer creating the birth certificate. All in all a family affair for a good price.
4.5 based on 201 reviews
Parking is limited and confusing for someone that is not familiar with the area. There is alot of see at this place and we always enjoy stopping by. Dont forget your camera, its a lovely place to take photos.
4.5 based on 292 reviews
America’s oldest continuously operated show cave, voted #2 in America by Parade magazine, and a National Natural Landmark, Grand Caverns is a prime example of history and beauty. With our abundance of rare shield formations and history around every turn, come see for yourself why we are ‘Grand’.
As a fan of caverns my wife and I sought the chance to visit here while in town and we loved it. Our guide was funny, knowledgeable, and very professional. There are a few areas that may bother those that dislike small or cramped spaces....but it is a cavern. There were relics from the past and the guide explained them in relation to there use from tours during time without electricity. Take a stop and have a go, totally worth it.
4.5 based on 81 reviews
Unusual and fun shopping destination for books, educational toys, gift items, and classroom supplies. Books up to 90% off retail price and often includes relatively new titles. Convenient to interstate, although in a markedly rural area. Hours vary--check website. Expect weekend crowds.
4.5 based on 50 reviews
Always wanted to do a canopy tour. This one involved a little bit of obstacle course too but nothing too crazy. Our leaders made it all fun but more importantly made sure we always were safe. (Shout out to Ryan & Ryan! You guys were great)
4 based on 204 reviews
Located in the heart of Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley, CrossKeys Vineyards is a family-owned 125-acre estate winery that welcomes every guest with a warm smile and award-winning wines. Our Tuscan-style villa and gourmet onsite Bistro offer beautiful panoramic views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and an easy to love setting for weddings, private events, or a quick weekend escape.
Food and service were ok. Nothing special. My major complaint is the dining area was over run by black flies. Kind of hard to get into an expensive gourmet lunch when there are black flies crawling over everything.
4.5 based on 131 reviews
Discover the history, culture, and amenities that make Harrisonburg one of the Virginia's most visited cities at the Hardesty-Higgins House Visitor Center. Browse our library of brochures, maps, and travel resources for the areas best best place to explore, shop, dine, and recline. Exepreince what makes life better in the 'burg -plan your next adventure at the Hardesty-Higgins House Visitor Center. Awarded with the "2016 Virginia Green Travel Star Award"
This visitor center is the home to four different things. The mian thing is a visitor information center with brochures for the area as well as nearby regions of Virginia. When I was looking at the racks of flyers, a very nice lady came over...MoreThank you so much for stopping by. We are glad to hear you had a great experience.
5 based on 34 reviews
SoLace Studios fine handcrafts is the working studio of marbling fiber artist Barb Polin. In addition, to Polin's marbled creations in silk and leather, you will find unique handcrafts of over 250 American craftsmen. The shop is nestled at the base of the Blue Ridge Mountains off the Swift Run Gap exit of Skyline Drive. In a completely restored circa 1920's building paralleling the Shenandoah River, SoLace offers pottery, clothing, jewelry, stained glass, garden sculptures, fine art, handcrafted soap and many more uniquely designed gifts, souvenirs and fine handcrafts. If you're staying at Massanutten Resort, visiting Skyline Drive. just driving through the backroads through Shenandoah National Park or canoeing the Shenandoah River, your visit to SoLace is sure not to be your last.
We enjoyed our visit and shopping experience at this wonderful store. A variety of artists and crafters' work is displayed everywhere!! Marbled silks, clothing, pottery, lighting, glass pieces, and much, much more. Not pretentious with some humorous items, different items and beautiful items as well....MoreIt was a pleasure to have you as one of our guests and hope to have the same opportunity often in the future. We appreciate your kind words and how you enjoyed your visit.
4.5 based on 82 reviews
America's oldest continuously operated show cave, voted #2 in America by Parade magazine, and a National Natural Landmark, Grand Caverns is a prime example of history and beauty. With our abundance of rare shield formations and history around every turn, come see for yourself why we are 'Grand'. .
Spectacular cavern. Out of the ordinary. Our grandson loved the experience. The guide was well trained. We felt safe. The group was fairly large but we were able to hear and see everything. 6 year old granddaughters were a little to young for spending just over an hour on the tour, but some kids that age with good attention spans would be fine. Cool escape from the heat. Unusual but not risky.
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