Shenandoah Crossing Resort & Country Club is located on over 1,000 acres of rolling hillside and lush pastures with a 60-acre lake. This resort is a paradise for those who love the outdoors. Championship golf, tennis courts, volleyball, horseshoes and mini-golf are all available on site. Spend your day hiking, biking or horseback riding, exploring the unspoiled countryside just as our ancestors did. You can also enjoy activities in and around Lake Izac. Rent a boat and fishing equipment at the marina or embark on a wildlife tour from a pontoon boat. Mosey around in a paddleboat. Or, if you prefer poolside to lakeside, you can take a dip in one of the indoor or outdoor pools or hot tubs. The ambiance at Shenandoah Crossing is a cross between rustic farm and country club, reminiscent of an old country estate. Accommodations range from primitive to pristine, with your choice of wilderness camping, RV sites, lodge rooms, rustic or modern cabins or deluxe townhomes. When you're ready for a hot meal, visit Lake Izac's Tavern, a full-service, casual restaurant and bar located in the lodge building. For kids, a large activities center offers video games, ping-pong, pool tables and more. Our equestrian center, home to nearly three dozen horses, is also a feature attraction for all ages. Nearby
Attractions are cross-country skiing, downhill skiing, ski school, and live entertainment.
Another beautiful resort opportunity is Shenandoah Crossing Townhomes. Shenandoah Crossing Townhomes is located in Central Virginia which is known for its historic battlefields, picturesque farms, and aristocratic homes. Often called the "Cradle of Democracy," three U.S. presidents lived here: Jefferson at Monticello, Monroe at Ash Lawn, and Madison at Montpelier.