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Harrisonburg, VA Hotel & Conference Center

A Harrisonburg, VA Hotel & Conference Center

Located in idyllic Harrisonburg, Virginia in the gorgeous Shenandoah Valley, Hotel Madison & Shenandoah Valley Conference Center blends a sophisticated style with relaxing comfort. Featuring well-appointed rooms and suites with mountain and downtown views, as well as compelling dining, facilities and meeting space, this Harrisonburg hotel is an elegant and inspiring choice. Regarded as a premier destination for Virginia business and leisure travel, Hotel Madison provides superior accommodations, event spaces, and staff services, perfect for a quick visit or long-term stay in Harrisonburg, VA. Guests will be pleased to find the Montpelier Restaurant & Bar located on the property, as well as a fitness center, business center, indoor pool, and guest laundry—the essentials for feeling your best at all times.

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Hotel Madison invites you to surround yourself with our top-notch facilities, exceptional service and the energy of the James Madison University campus and downtown Harrisonburg. Delight in the convenience to the university, local businesses and mountain recreation. Relax with a glass of wine or a cup of coffee, and a variety of menu selections that will suit you. Each guestroom is designed with modern relaxation and conveniences in mind, including high-speed Wi-Fi, a sophisticated workspace, and smart technology to supplement the room experience. Extended stay travelers will find full kitchens and living areas, allowing you to fully invest in your time with us.

We welcome you to experience our hotel and our hospitality. 

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Parks and Recreation | City of Harrisonburg, VA

65th Anniversary of Harrisonburg Parks and Recreation

Important Announcements: 

March 25, 2020 – Parks and Recreation outdoor facilities remain open to our community at this time based on recommendations from Governor Northam’s office. We continue to urge visitors to follow all state and federal recommendations concerning social distancing while visiting our parks and to make decisions based on what is best for the health and wellness of themselves, their families and our community. The Parks and Recreation Department advises the public to be mindful of recommendations set forth by the CDC when considering the use of playgrounds at this time. We will reassess as more information becomes available, and as we receive future guidance from Gov. Northam’s office and the Centers for Disease Control. 

While our Parks and Recreation Department advises the public to be mindful of recommendations set forth by the CDC and social distancing recommendations, an optional alternative activity kids may enjoy is our Scavenger Hunt Sheet, an activity that is available, as of now, and may be downloaded here: PDF[84KB] Scavenger Hunt Sheet

 

March 24, 2020 – As part of the City of Harrisonburg’s response to COVID-19, the Heritage Oaks Golf Course will close to the public starting Wednesday, March 25, at 5pm, along with all other municipal facilities and Harrisonburg Parks and Recreation indoor amenities for the time being. Our outdoor parks facilities will remain open at this time, though we urge visitors to follow all state and federal recommendations concerning social distancing while visiting our parks. We will reassess these closures as more information becomes available, and as we receive future guidance from Gov. Northam’s office and the Centers for Disease Control.

March 17, 2020 – The City of Harrisonburg will close the Cecil F. Gilkerson Activities Center, Westover Pool, the Price Rotary Senior Center and the Lucy F. Simms Education Center to the public, effective Tuesday, March 17. This is being done in conjunction with guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Virginia Department of Health regarding social distancing and limiting large groups. 

All programming, classes and events scheduled to take place during this time have been postponed and registered participants will be notified. This closure does not impact outdoor amenities, though restrooms will not be available and we encourage all visitors to be mindful of health and wellness recommendations from the Virginia Department of Health. 

Please view recommendations and helpful links concerning the Coronavirus, or Covid-19. 

 

 

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Inclement Weather Cancellations:

For Inclement Weather Cancellations for Parks and Recreation programs, events and classes, please view our Inclement Weather Policy.  Program, event and class cancellations may also be viewed on: 

 


The mission of the Harrisonburg Department of Parks and Recreation is to enhance the quality of life and meet the needs of the community by providing comprehensive leisure service opportunities and to develop and maintain a safe system of open spaces and public facilities for the use and enjoyment by the public.

Email: parksandrecreation@harrisonburgva.gov

Mailing Address:
Harrisonburg Parks and Recreation
305 South Dogwood Drive
Harrisonburg, VA

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