• Appalachian Offroad Adventure

    You bring your sense of adventure, and we’ll provide the Jeeps! Learn advanced 4×4 off-road driving techniques on tours with experienced guides. Located on a thirty-mile course of rocks, ruts, creek crossings, and mud pits at The Cove Campground.

  • Appleland Sports Center

    Golf course, driving range, mini-golf, and party room.

  • Bailey’s Walking After Midnight Farm

    Horse farm offering scenic trail rides.

    Walking After Midnight Farm
  • Blue Ridge Institute for Environmental Studies

    A project of Shenandoah University’s Environmental Studies Department, BRIES’ website is a resource for discovering natural places in the Winchester area. A brochure is also available at the Winchester-Frederick County Visitors Center.

    Blue Ridge Institute for Environmental Studies
  • Chasin’ Axe

    An urban axe throwing lounge in Old Town Winchester above Union Jack Pub & Restaurant. Their axe coaches will show you some basic throws to have you sticking shots in no time.

  • Clearbrook Park

    Fishing lake, paddleboats, pavilions, outdoor pool, playgrounds, and paved walking paths.

    Clearbrook Park
  • Element Adventures

    Offering guided cycling, hiking/backpacking, bike/camping, winery, and farmers market tours of the Shenandoah Valley. Choose from preplanned tours, custom tours, or self-guided adventures. Bike rentals are also available.

    Element Adventures
  • Geocaching

    The Winchester-Frederick County Convention & Visitors Bureau collaborated with local geocachers to develop two caching adventures: A Historical Tour of Winchester, and the Winchester-Frederick County Civil War Geo-Trail.

  • George Washington National Forest

    Miles of marked hiking and biking trails, including the multi-state Tuscarora Trail. (see the Potomac Appalachian Trail Club map L and map F)

    George Washington National Forest
  • Hunting, Fishing, and Boating

    For information on licenses and where to hunt, fish, and boat in the Winchester-Frederick County area, visit the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries website below.