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An integral part of the Newtown Historic District, Trinity Episcopal Church is a welcoming and warm parish. Founded in 1746, this is currently the third church structure built. Featuring a Gothic Revival construction style, this church underwent extensive restorations and remodeling in 2000. A church steeped in rich history, it is renowned for its Neo-Gothic design, striking stained glass windows, and breathtaking pipe organ. Step back in time while walking by the beautiful lush churchyards and the intricate labyrinth. Visit to have a transcendental experience.
The sweeping scenic sights of the Shenandoah Valley from the Betsy Bell Wilderness Park are an absolute treat. Situated at an elevation of 1,959 feet ( 597.1 meters), it has an observation platform, and some other features are beautiful nature trails, a remarkable summit, a gorgeous overlook, and some picnic tables. Charles Catlett donated 50 acres originally to the city of Staunton for this park, which is spread over 70 acres today. Despite a slightly tedious approach, this sprawling park offers forests in a plateau region making for a lovely time spent in natural surroundings. Cyclists, hikers, and adventurers would love the exhilarating downhill run and trails. Beautiful all year round, this park is particularly picturesque in the fall.
Visit the Mauck's Meetinghouse which is also commonly called the Mill Creek Church was built using pine tree wood with the intention of hosting meetings for religious groups. It was constructed in the year 1800 in the Federal style of architecture and is listed on the U.S National Register of Historic Places. In the present day, it is owned and operated by the Page County Heritage Association who have restored the house to its 19th Century design and keep the house open to the public on the first Saturdays from the months of May to September.