The Plan: Meet at the Garden Maze located on the grounds of Luray Caverns, in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, just 90 minutes from Washington, DC. The Maze is 10 minutes from the central entrance to Skyline Drive and Shenandoah National Park, and 15 minutes from I-81 at New Market, Virginia. Call (540)[masked] for more information.
Unravel the mystery of the maze inside the ornamental garden at Luray Caverns. Rooted in myth, mazes have existed for centuries in countless forms, across many cultures around the world. They have been designed for entertainment, recreation, art, magic and meditation. At Luray Caverns, over 1,500 Dark American Arborvitae, eight feet tall and four feet wide, create a half-mile pathway enhanced with a misting fog. The twisting pathways lead past fountains and into a cave. At 40 points, the challenger must choose a direction to solve the riddle and emerge from the maze. An elevated platform provides relief for those hopelessly lost.
There are one of two ways to pay for your tickets. You can either go through the Meetup page (using PayPal), which includes a processing fee or you avoid the credit card fees by paying by Venmo.com or by check. E-mail me at [masked] if you prefer the later option.
To purchase group-discounted tickets for Luray Cavern (normally $24), please go to this thread: http://www.meetup.com/dcadventurers/events/56156322/ . Reduced group rate is $15.50 + $1.50 PayPal fees.
To purchase group-discounted tickets for the Maze Garden (normally $7), please go to this thread: http://www.meetup.com/dcadventurers/events/56156442/ . Reduced group rate is $4.50 + $.50 PayPal fees.
- Former member
Text me at[masked]-8889. I'll be at the ticket counter tomorrow between 10:00am and 10:30am for all the people who purchased tickets in advance. Depending on the weather, we'll get and issue a refund for the garden maze because of rain showers tomorrow.
- Former member
Just left Front Royal. Stupid speed limit of 40...