The Town of Luray was established by act of General Assembly on February 6, 1812 on ten acres of land near Hawksbill Creek.
Luray is located at the crossroads of major routes of travel, about an hour and half west of Washington D.C., we are perfectly situated for a weekend getaway in the heartland of the Shenandoah Valley. The growth of Luray continues to be fueled by its prime location: the ideal balance between rural scenery and travel connection. Home to Luray Caverns, Old Rag Mountain, and countless historic and scenic marvels, the Town of Luray features something for everyone.
Below are a selection of things to do, see, and taste during your stay which will be helpful to you as you travel in and around Luray and Page County, Virginia.