One of the great things about George Washington National Forest is its proximity to the Shenandoah Valley. A tongue of the forest, the Lee Ranger District, juts between the South and North Forks of the Shenandoah River. Floating down this famous river is far more than just a canoe trip; it's a time trip, a journey past historic towns and traditional farms that hearkens back to America's pastoral past. And a journey down the river's South Fork is perfect for paddlers more interested in taking in the idyllic surroundings than negotiating hair-raising rapids. This majestic stream meanders back and forth through the valley formed by the Blue Ridge and Massanutten Mountains.

 
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Address:
c/o Lee Ranger District, 109 Molineu Road
Edinburg, Virginia 22824


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Telephone Number: (540) 984-4101
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