Massanutten is known for its great Mid-Atlantic skiing, tubing, ice skating and other winter sports. But this family resort in Virginia offers much, much more.

Massanutten is undeniably one of the Mid-Atlantic’s best resorts for snow sports. Skiing, snowboarding, ice skating, tubing, and even the Olympic sport of curling are available.

With 14 runs and 7 lifts (and expanding this year) beginners and advanced skiers will love the terrain. Don’t forget the indoor heated water park and pool for the kids.

Spring is the new beginning on the mountain–but just because the snow is gone doesn’t mean it gets boring. Not at all.

Spring is the perfect time for nature watching and photography. Migrating birds, bears, bobcats, and other wildlife abound and mountain laurels are blooming.

Hiking, tennis, visiting the petting farm, and getting some spa time in are just a few of the things to do.

The heat is on in the low country, so come on up to the mountains for cooler temps and sizzling activities. Swimming, horseback riding, golfing, tennis, and zip lining are all favorites here.

Hiking, camping, and the outdoor water park means the kids will have a blast all summer long!

The Shenandoah area of the Blue Ridge mountains are famous for their fall colors. So this is the perfect time to visit Massanutten. The days are warm, the nights are cool and the colors are dazzling.

Enjoy the nightlife in the hometown of JMU, Harrisonburg, or sip wine at the many award-winning wineries nearby.

Massanutten has a whopping 6,000 acres of breathtaking property to explore with amenity-filled condo and hotel accommodations to fit every budget and family size.

If you’ve never visited Massanutten Resort in Virginia–or if it’s been a while–you’re missing out on the best family resort the Blue Ridge Mountains has to offer.

For all the details you need to start planning your trip, see our guide to Massanuten here.