Benches at Lewis Mountain


Shenandoah National Park does an excellent job interpreting the history of Lewis Mountain, which was the segregated portion of the park in the 1930s. However, the park had no gathering or seating area for public programs at Lewis Mountain Campground.  The Shenandoah National Park Trust was happy to support a local Eagle Scout candidate in the construction of 35-40 new benches to be used during park rangers’ interpretive programs.