Nestled between the Blue Ridge and Massanutten Mountains in Virginia's fabled Shenandoah Valley, the families of Page County developed a heritage of independence, self-reliance, and community that is still evident in our labor force today.

A few of the qualities that make Page County an ideal place to visit, live, or do business include:

  • A high-quality educational system
  • Inexpensive cost of living and doing business
  • A friendly, quiet but vibrant community
  • A scenic and unspoiled environment

Page County Facts & Information
Located 15 minutes from I-81 and 30 minutes from I-66, Page County is also convenient to major interstates. Here are a few other facts about the County:
  • Page County is 90 miles from the capital of the country, Washington, D.C., and 120 miles from Richmond, the capital of Virginia.
  • Page County has a total area of 314 square miles (813 km²), of which 311 square miles (806 km²) is land and three square miles (8 km²) of it (0.95%) is water.
  • There are three incorporated towns in Page County: Luray, Stanley, and Shenandoah