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Directions

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If you are using an online map service or GPS device to find Bryce Resort, the results can be confusing as the route described may take you through back roads and residential areas. The best directions to Bryce Resort are listed below on this page.

From Washington, DC area:

• Take I-66 west to I-81 south.
• Exit I-81 at exit 273 (Mt. Jackson).
• Turn east (left) on Rt. 292 to Rt. 11.
• Go south (right) on Rt. 11 to Rt. 263.
• Go west (right) on Rt. 263 for 11 miles to Resort Dr. and the entrance of Bryce Resort on your right.
• Follow road to stop sign; parking in front of the Bryce Resort Lodge is straight ahead.
• Note: 15 minute parking is available in front of the Main Lodge.

From the north:

• Take I-81 south.
• Exit I-81 at exit 273 (Mt. Jackson).
• Turn east (left) on Rt. 292 to Rt. 11.
• Go south (right) on Rt. 11 to Rt. 263.
• Go west (right) on Rt. 263 for 11 miles to Resort Dr. and the entrance of Bryce Resort on your right.
• Follow road to stop sign; parking in front of the Bryce Resort Lodge is straight ahead.
• Note: 15 minute parking is available in front of the Main Lodge.

From the south:

• Take I-81 north.
• Exit I-81 at exit 269 (Mt. Jackson/Shenandoah Caverns).
• Turn east (right) to Rt. 11.
• Go north (left) on Rt. 11 to Rt. 263.
• Go west (left) on Rt. 263 for 11 miles to Resort Dr. and the entrance of Bryce Resort on your right.
• Follow road to stop sign; parking in front of the Bryce Resort Lodge is straight ahead.

Here are the approximate distances from some other cities:

• Fredericksburg, VA: 2.5 hours
• Richmond, VA: 3 hours
• Roanoke, VA: 2.25 hours
• Charlottesville, VA: 1.5 hours
• Virginia Beach, VA: 5 hours

Air Transportation

The closest airport with commercial flights available is Shenandoah Regional Airport (SHD) which is about an hour away from the resort. For a larger airport with more daily commercial flights, use Charlottesville-Albemarle Airport (CHO) or Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) both about 90 minutes away from the resort. Washington National (DCA) is another convenient option located about 120 minutes away.

Sky Bryce Airport

Bryce is proud to be one of the few destination resorts in the mid-Atlantic with its own airport! Pilots and their families enjoy flying in for a round of golf, a day on the slopes, or a zip line tour. It is an easy 200 yard walk from the tie down area to all of these activities. If you have access to an airplane, you can fly to Bryce for lunch from another state and still be home for dinner. Once you experience the beauty of our Allegheny getaway, you will want to plan another trip soon!

The pilots’ lounge at the airport has been renovated and pilots are welcome to use it. Please enter the VFR Xpdr code to open the door. The adjacent library has a Wi-Fi connection.

Location: N38 degrees 48.957′ W78 degrees 46.218′ 274 26.6NM from LDN VOR
Elevation: 1263′
Runways: 05/23, 2240′ x 50′ Asphalt
Pattern: Left, 2400′ MSL. Use 122.8 MHz to report position & intentions
Charts: Cincinnati & Washington

Please Note:

  • No scheduled airline or charter service is available
  • Daylight operations only
  • VFR only
  • No student solo
  • No touch & go
  • No fuel
  • Call 800-821-1444 for more information

 

Last modified: December 6, 2017

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