Shenandoah State Park

Rustic Timber Frame

We worked with Spectrum Design and  Caldwell and Santmyer, Inc Contractors on the  Shenandoah River State Park Visitors Center in Bentonville, Virginia. The frame is LEED Certified, using native hemlock timbers with traditional and steel joinery. Inside are high open ceilings and displays of the native flora and fauna.

The park sits on 1,600 acres along 5.2 miles of shoreline and offers picnic shelters, campsites, a zip line, hiking fishing and educational opportunities. The visitor center is a trash free site, people carry out everything they carry in.

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Welcome Desk

Wood Beams with Track Lighting

Native Wood Beams with Wild Life Displays

Interpretive Area

Bears and Beams


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