November 14, 2018
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Luray, Virginia

Luray is a town in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley. It’s known for Luray Caverns, a vast underground cave system with walkways, unusual rock formations and the Great Stalacpipe Organ, which makes the stalactites “sing.” Nearby, the Luray Valley Museum features recreated 19th-century buildings. The Car and Carriage Caravan Museum shows vintage vehicles. To the southeast, Lake Arrowhead Park has a beach and nature trail.

Jellystone Campground, Luray, VA

Now before I begin my blog about us going to Jellystone let me preface our journey by saying, we’ve always had a camper. We had a 40′ Keystone VR1 travel trailer that was fantastic. The fact is though, we rarely used it. We decided to sell it and finally it sold. Well, 3 days after it sold, my wife decides she wants to go camping. Go figure. She has never...