Greene County

A Quality of Life Seeker’s Dream

Just minutes to the region’s many amenities lies Greene County. No matter where you are, the peaks of the Blue Ridge Mountains are almost always in view, making for an Instagram-worthy post. But if you’re not the type to admire the views from a distance, Greene County is one of the four gateway counties in Central Virginia where you can access Skyline Drive and Shenandoah National Park, home to some of the best hikes in the state.

Greene County offers a strong sense of community at Greene Commons where most local events happen — farmers market, concerts, and plenty of other events. You can also find lots of treasures at one of the many antique stores throughout the county.


Greene County offers more than 75,000 square feet of antiques, fine arts, and collectibles. There are a cluster of unique antique retailers in Ruckersville – Greene House Shops, Rummage 33, and The Wooly Lam.

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Greene County is one of the four counties in Central Virginia that acts as a gateway to Skyline Drive and the Shenandoah National Park. Bring your bike to one of the many local favorite cycling spots. If you’re up for a competition, sign up for the Tour de Greene! At the end of the day, spend the night in comfort outside in a yurt at Cair Paravel.


No matter the time of year, there’s plenty to do in Greene County! Watch artisans throw pottery at the Virginia Clay Festival or grab a picnic at the Greene Farmers Market and find live music at Greene Commons. Get festive at the annual Parade of Lights in downtown Stanardsville.

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