Pebble Hall has a free nature museum, great for young and older. Also, onsite, there are lovely wildflowers for picking with an honor payment system in the shop.
Weyers Cave is a small town with old Virginia charm. Much of the land is open, great for farming, hiking, bicycling, and nature watching.
Critters abound. In the fall, chimney swifts arrive by the hundreds to rest in the chimney at Pebble Hall each evening on their way south. Of course, there are all manner of other birds. We have also spotted deer, bunnies, foxes, squirrels, possums, skunks, groundhogs, chipmunks, and an occasional bear!
There is a small grocery store, post office, two banks, and a couple of small restaurants (one at the airport and a Subway).
Grand Caverns and Grand Cavern State Park is seven miles away in Grottoes, Virginia.
There are several large parks within an easy commute. And of course, just a little farther, is the Shenandoah National Park.
We are also a central location in the Shenandoah Valley for Antiquing or Bike Tours.
The American Shakespeare Center is located twenty minutes away. This is a reproduction of the famous Globe Theater in London and presents plays regularly.
The Green Valley Bookfair is located ten miles away. People come from all over the country to get discount overstock books. Please check their site for days that they are open, because they vary.
There are many local Wineries within the Shenandoah Valley region. Brochures are available at Pebble Hall.
Pebble Hall is located approximately three miles from the Shenandoah Valley Regional Airport. It is a great crash pad for pilots and flight attendants who want a peaceful night’s sleep!