Visit Natural Bridge State Park and discover this sacred site of the Monacan Tribe

The Natural Bridge State Park is located at the southern end of the Shenandoah Valley. It was once home to the Monacan tribe, and they considered the natural bridge to be a sacred place. In 1774, Thomas Jefferson purchased the land from King George III for 20 shillings. This natural wonder was once one of the most visited tourist destinations in the US. You can visit the Natural Bridge State Park, but please be advised that guests are required to wear face masks and maintain a social distance of at least six feet from other guests. Some attractions, such as the Monacan Village, may be currently closed. **This video was filmed in June 2020.

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Welcome to The Adventures of Charlie. We are Jason (dad), Terri (mom), and Charlie (son) and we love exploring the outdoors and traveling. We will share with you some of our favorite vacation destinations to visit with kids and pets. When we aren't traveling, we are searching for beautiful areas to hike and bike in the Northeast. We hope you enjoy our adventures!

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