Saturday, June 16, 2007

Shenandoah Valley Trip Day 2 Part Two

For the second day and night, we ended up at the Endless Caverns and RV Resort, just south of New Market, Va. As an aside, a few miles north of New Market on Rt #11 you will find Meems Bottom Bridge, a lovely covered bridge over the North Fork of the Shendoah River. We have visited it several times in the past; the winter trip (icy) provided the best picture taking.

Endless Caverns provides very luxurious RV camping spots; with both back-in and pull through sites easily accomodating the largest class A and 5th wheel rigs. Water, 50/30/20amp electricity, and sewer are standard. We were high enough up on the western slope of the Massanutten Mountain to breath mountain air (instead of valley air)--it was quite clean.

We caught a spectacular sunset--the parking lot to the Caverns faces westward across the valley. The Caverns access and walkways were constructed when stone was quite fashionable--as shown below. Finally, for those that remember, the Civil Defense Air Raid Shelter sign on the old entrance to the Cavernts. I really liked the covered stone walkway.

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