Swimming in the Valley

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Looking for ways to stay cool this summer?  Take the plunge at some of our local pools and swimming holes.

A seasonal pool membership can run from $135-$395 per summer, but there are also a few pools that allow for day visits without a membership (Broadway, Westover, Natural Chimneys)

Area Pools

Ashby Recreation Association (in Bridgewater)

Broadway Community Pool

East Rockingham Recreation Association (near Lakewood Golf Course)

Natural Chimneys Campground

Spotswood Country Club

Westover Pool  (in Harrisonburg)

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North River Campground

Swimming holes are a natural, free way to have fun in the water.  Whether you are skipping rocks or jumping off of them, our local swimming holes are a fun adventure for people of all ages. The places located within a National Park often have a day pass fee of $5-10.  Make sure you bring cash in small bills to cover this cost.

Swimming Holes

Blue Hole

Mountain Run Swim Hole

North River Camp Ground

Rip Rap Hollow

Todd Lake

Peyton Miller

About Peyton Miller

Originally from Richmond, Peyton relocated to Harrisonburg in 2001 when she got married. She has lived in the Town of Bridgewater since 2006 and has a passion for promoting community involvement and collaboration within her town. After receiving her Masters in Education from James Madison University in 2009; investing her energy on her family and friends by leading mom’s groups, church groups, and running a variety of children’s programs at Covenant Presbyterian Church; and teaching Literature at Redeemer Classical School, Peyton decided to jump into the world of real estate. Having fallen in love with her home and community, Peyton now helps others find the same thing. She enjoys walking alongside individuals and families as they make the significant decision to purchase or sell a home. She handles all of the details and proactively tackles any obstacles, so that her clients are able to focus on the joys of finding a home and community of their own. When she is not working, Peyton enjoys reading, backpacking, and watching soccer.

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