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Tubing is serious sport

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ALVIN STOKES GENERAL STORE

Opened during World War II, this general store is the real deal, selling such mountain-man accessories as insulated overalls, gloves and bear traps.

533 E. Main St., Front Royal, Va.
540-635-4437

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TWO FAT BUTCHERS

The motto of this butcher shop and deli: "Cause U Can Never Trust a Skinny Butcher." Create a feeding frenzy with a two-pound sub.

239 South St., Front Royal, Va.
540-635-6900
www.twofatbutchers.com

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OLD DOMINION COFFEE COMPANY

Warm up with a Mexican spiced cocoa or chill out with chocolate hazelnut gelato. "We have a hard time keeping that in the case," says barista Katherine Ward.

2 N. Main St., Harrisonburg, Va.
540-433-0313

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MASSANUTTEN SKI RESORT AND WATERPARK

Hit the slopes at the snow-tubing hill or ditch winter and dive into the resort's indoor water park.

1822 Resort Dr., McGaheysville, Va.
540-289-9441
www.massresort.com
Tubing: $18 weekdays, $22 weekends; tube included. Water park: full-day pass, $38; twilight, $28.

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FRONTIER CULTURE MUSEUM

Take a guided tour of 19th-century homes built in the Shenandoah Valley and the Old World buildings that inspired them. The structures, including houses from England, Ireland and Germany, were moved to the museum grounds piece by piece.

1290 Richmond Ave., Staunton, Va.
540-332-7850
www.frontiermuseum.org
$10

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WINTERGREEN RESORT

Zip down the Plunge! snow-tubing park, the state's longest tubing run, then catch the conveyor belt back to the top. Repeat.

Route 664, Wintergreen, Va.
434-325-2200
www.wintergreenresort.com
$18 per two-hour session weekdays, $26 per two-hour session weekends and holidays

MAP: Jerome Cookson - The Washington Post

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