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Nestled between lush green trees and hills in the famous Shenandoah National Park are the majestic Dark Hollow Falls. Graced with flowing fresh water throughout the year, the popularity of this waterfall doubles during the summer as locals and tourists alike look towards it to beat the heat. Getting to this spot its self is quite an adventure as you make your way through trails surrounded by a canopy of trees with the sweet sounds of birds in the background. Do remember to carry your camera along as you might come across some sight you would want to capture.
Camp Hoover is also known as the Rapidan Camp. The camp is located inside the Shenandoah National Park. It got its name from the former United States of America President, Herbert Hoover. He built this camp along with his wife, Lou Henry Hoover. It proved to be one of the crucial decisions that he took during his tenure as president. There is a palace home called Brown House, as well as several hiking trails and recreation spots popular among locals and tourists alike.
The Frontier Culture Museum is committed to showcasing the history and traditions of people from all over the world during different periods. Walk through the museum on a self-guided tour and see how people used to live on a 1700s West African Farm, a 1600s English Farm, and an 1820s American Farm. Talk to the costumed museum employees and learn what life was like during that time. This living history museum will make you feel like you've stepped back in time.