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Located between the Blue Ridge, Shenandoah and Allegheny mountains of Virginia, Augusta County offers majestic scenery, historic locations including the Woodrow Wilson Birthplace, and recreational opportunities including North River Campground, Benson Run Trail, Shenandoah Mountain Horse Trail, North Mountain Bike Trail, St. Mary's Falls and many others. Staunton has been declared by Southern Living as "the perfect place to base any exploration of the valley".
Known for its historic architecture packed into five National Historic Districts, Staunton is best explored by foot. Its compact downtown features over one hundred unique shops, art galleries and restaurants. Staunton is home to the American Shakespeare Center, a theatrical company centered at the Blackfriars Playhouse, a replica of Shakespeare's Blackfriars Theatre. The Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library is open for visitors, as well as the Museum of American Frontier Culture, which provides insight into life in early America. Staunton is also home to the Statler Brothers, country music legends. Statler Brothers members Don Reid, Harold Reid, and Phil Balsley grew up and still reside in the city.
The City of Waynesboro is centrally located in the eastern portion of Virginia's scenic and historic Shenandoah Valley. The Blue Ridge Parkway, Skyline Drive, and the Appalachian Trail are less than five miles away. The town is perhaps best known for being the home of P. Buckley Moss and the P. Buckley Moss Museum, which attracts 45,000 visitors annually. Tourism, industrial production, and retail remain vital to the Waynesboro economy.