Stokesville Campground, just outside or Harrisonburg, Va., lies on the doorstep of more than 500 miles of epic riding in the George Washington National Forest and beyond. This iconic spot, which hosts the Shenandoah Mountain 100 among other classic mountain bike events, is up for sale. The current property owners need to liquidate, and Chris Scott of Shenandoah Mountain Touring is attempting to purchase the land and save the campground from the developers’ bulldozers.
At the time of this post Scott has one week left to raise the remaining $65,000 toward the full purchase price of $950,000 and is offering shares for individuals at $5,000 and for families at $10,000. We’re told this buys an ownership interest in the property (that you may choose to later sell, or pass on to future generations) and gives you access to the facility for camping during the regular season of operation.
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