Shenandoah County Park
Shenandoah County Parks and Recreation Department was founded in 1974 by the Shenandoah County Board of Supervisors. The department's first Director was Ned Cheely and its first large project was the development of Shenandoah County Park in 1983. Shenandoah County Park, approximately 67.5 acres, is situated along Route 11 between Maurertown and Toms Brook. From the time the park was established to present day, it has seen many improvements. Currently, the park's facilities include one baseball field, one lighted softball field, one regular softball field, two sand volleyball courts, two tennis courts, one basketball court, two picnic shelters with grills, a Bluestone walking trail, three gazebos, and several open meadow areas. The Tuscarora Trail (formerly the Big Blue) passes through the park as it connects the Appalachian Trail with other state trails. There is a Civil War marker within the park describing the Toms Brook Battlefield and its located in a meadow that overlooks Signal Knob, part of Massanutten Mountain. A recent addition to the park is the Signal View 9-Hole Disc Golf Course, which sees regular individual and league play as well as PDGA-sanctioned tournaments.
This shelter is located near the playground and restrooms. Shelter #1 is 1,512 square feet and has a 101 person capacity. Shelter #1 has 16 new vinyl-coated steel picnic tables,
two of which are handicap-accessible. The shelter also has two new double-sided grills on a new concrete grill pad.
This shelter is located next to field number 2 (baseball field). Shelter #2 is 1,008 square feet, and has a 67 person capacity. Shelter #2 has 12 wooden picnic tables and two new
double-sided grills on a new concrete grill pad.
Field #1 Softball Field
Field #2 - Baseball Field
Field #3 - Softball Field (Lighted)
Sand Volleyball Courts
One of our newest additions to the Shenandoah County Park are two sand volleyball courts. These courts are located between field numbers 1 and 2. Each court is approximately 30x60. The nets are removed during the late fall and winter months.
Tennis courts are available to the public at the County Park as well. There are two courts located on the left side of the park as you enter. These are standard courts that measure 36x78. Windscreens are provided during the tennis season. The nets and windscreens are removed during the late fall and winter months.
Whether you are already at the park for a picnic with the family, taking in a ball game, playing around some disc golf or walking along the trail, the playground is sure to be hours of entertainment for your kids! The playground is extremely convenient - located close to the parking lot, Shelter #1 AND the bathrooms!
MAKE YOUR RESERVATION TODAY!
To reserve a ball field, shelter, or the volleyball pit, please call 984-3030 Monday through Friday (excluding holidays) from 8:30am-5pm. A member of the Parks and Recreation team will be more than happy to let you know the procedures and paperwork necessary to secure your reservation.
Shenandoah County Parks and Recreation Facility Use Form
Prices are as follows:
$25/half day (9:00am-2:00pm or 3:00pm-close) or $50 for full day (9:00am-close)
$25/half day (9a-2p or 3p-close) or $50 for full day
$25/hour for a weekday rental; $50/hour for a weekend rental; or $100 per day for tournaments
Regular Softball Field
$10/hour for a weekday rental; $30/hour for a weekend rental; or $100 per day for tournaments.
Lighted Softball Field
$10/hour for a weekday rental; $30/hour for a weekend rental; or $100 per day for tournaments. $10/day electrical usage fee.
Directions to the Shenandoah County Park From the North:
* Take Interstate 81 South to Exit 291 (Toms Brook)
* Turn left off the exit onto Mt. Olive Road.
* At the stop sign, turn right onto US-11 (Old Valley Pike)
* After approximately 2 miles, turn left into the Shenandoah County Park on Park Lane
Directions to the Shenandoah County Park From the South:
* Take Interstate 81 North to Exit 283 (Woodstock)
* Turn right off the exit onto Route 42 (West Reservoir Road.)
* At the second stop light, turn left onto US-11 (South Main Street)
* After approximately 5.5 miles, turn right into the Shenandoah County Park on Park Lane