O T T O B I N E

A Community in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia

At the crossroad of Rt 613 and Rt 257
At the Crossroad of Rt 257 and Rt 613

Located in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia about ten miles west of Harrisonburg, Ottobine is nestled in the foothills of the Allegheny Mountains. We are surrounded by lush forests, clear rushing creeks and a community of Mennonites with their horse drawn buggies. Ottobine was the place of muster for the militia during Civil War times and the Ottobine Mill was a center of commerce.

Points of Interest:

Reddish Knob - See West Virginia and Virginia from 4000 ft.
Union Springs
Paul State Forest - A natural preserve
Beaver Creek - Beaver dams and trout fishing
George Washington National Forest - Deer, Bear & Turkeys
Hone Quarry - Camping
Briery Branch, Clover Hill & Montezuma - Our neighbors

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