Illustrates the history of Shenandoah, South Montgomery County, and the timber industry. Displays a tribute to military forces. An exhibit devoted to resident David the Bubble Boy includes photos, mementos and items from the Smithsonian Institute. Open 8 a.m.–5 p.m. Sun.–Sat. 19265 David Memorial...
This 71-acre preserved tract of pine and hardwood forest along Spring Creek is often referred to as "The Little Thicket." It is home to numerous plant and animal species. Open year-round for self-guided exploration. Naturalist events held yearly. Free. 1122 Pruitt Road in Spring. Shenandoah Conve...
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