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Pete rates Shenandoah National Park
Shenandoah is a great weekend trip out of DC. You have to be somewhat careful about when you go as some trails can be really crowded at times. It's a big park though, so you can normally find some solitude by driving around a little. I'd highly recommend the tube floats down the river in the summer. A bit of a drunk fest, but still a nice fun, relaxing day.
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