Staunton Downtown Historic Guided Walking Tour

  Join local tour guides on the free historic walking tour of the city of Staunton, VA, as they share their knowledge of the unique and many-faceted history of the city. Founded in 1732 by Scots-Irish settler John Lewis, Staunton become a bustling Victorian town and a thriving economic center.   You’ll stroll through several […]

Pick Your Own Apples!

  It is nearing the end of summer, and that means apple time.  Some varieties are ready to be picked now, others will ripen over the next weeks and months.  At Dickie Brothers Orchard, you’ll find a variety of apples, depending on when you visit.  They are currently picking Honey Crisp and Golden Supreme, and Gala apples will be […]

Horseback Riding in the Blue Ridge Mountains

  At Cabin Creekwood, we get a lot of requests for trail rides.  We’ve worked with two stables over the years, and both have received consistently high reviews from our guests.   Star B Stables is located in the Shenandoah Valley near Staunton, with incredible views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and the valley itself.  […]

We Can Help Plan Your Activities

  Summer is in full swing here at Cabin Creekwood.  Already in July, we’ve welcomed guests from Bermuda, Belgium, Denmark, Indiana, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Iowa, New Jersey, Michigan, and of course, the Commonwealth of Virginia.  It is fun meeting people from all over the world, and helping them to have an incredible getaway here in the […]

Sunspots Glass-Blowing Demonstrations on July 4

Sunspots glass blowers will be demonstrating their techniques from 10:30 until 4:00 on July 4 in their Staunton studio.  Sunspots talented artisans create original copper and glass designs, perfect for your garden or your home.  Regular store hours this summer are Monday through Saturday 10:00 until 7:00, and Sunday from 11:30 to 5:00.   For […]

Shenandoah Fall Folige Bike Festival

The Shenandoah Fall Foliage Bike Festival will be held in Staunton, Virginia October 17-19, 2008.  This cycling event has options for all levels, including some great family oriented rides.  Explore the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains and the historic Shenandoah Valley in vibrant fall colors, traveling over picturesque country roads with rolling hills.  This ride has […]

Andre Viette’s Daylily & Wine Festival

Join us July 16 and 17, 2011 at the Andre Viette Farm and Nursery for the 15th annual Daylily and Wine Festival.  You’ll enjoy live entertainment, informative seminars, arts & crafts, all kinds of foods, children’s activities, and wine tasting from many of Virginia’s premier wineries.   Entertainment Jimmy O and Everyday People on Saturday Southern […]

Visit Veritas Vineyard & Winery for the best in Virginia Wines

Against the backdrop of Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains, since 2002 and every year since, the vintners of Veritas Vineyard and Winery have been producing a variety of both red and white Virginia wine.   The secret to their unique, yet complex wine is the result of blending the old-style practices of French wine making with […]

Wildflower Report for Blue Ridge Parkway – 6/15/09

The wildflowers are very prolific this year, thanks to the unusually large amounts of rain we’ve received this spring.  Here at the north end of the Blue Ridge Parkway, Mountain Laurel is in full bloom, and Goat’s Beard is starting to show.  There are still a few Catawba Rhododendrons with blooms, but they are quickly […]