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This is our second time on the VA Creeper Trail. This time only my wife and I participates. We showed up without a reservation on a busy Saturday morning in August. The staff accepted us was friendly and effective. We managed to get on the...More
garyc904, Owner at Shuttle Shack, responded to this reviewResponded August 7, 2018
Our family of five pulled into the Shuttle Shack at 8:55 am, knowing the shuttle left at 9:00 am & fully expecting to wait an hour until the next shuttle. We were welcomed with smiling faces & “let’s work quickly & we can get you...More
We rented bikes from Shuttle Shack for our journey on the Creeper Trail after seeing positive reviews. We had to wait a few minutes for everyone to arrive to load up the van. The ride to the drop off was about 20 minutes and on...More
We called a few places,but shuttle shack had best prices around. We got there with no idea what to expect, they went over the trail,sized us for bikes, (Me,my wife,and 3 daughters) they loaded bikes, gave us option of helmets and a bottle of water....More
I just left a lengthy review of our actual ride on the TA page dedicated to the creeper trail - - which was outstanding!!!
We chose Shuttle Shack for bike rental and transport based upon the TV reviews - and we were very happy with...More
This May on our spring trip I forgot my tire repair kit, they let me borrow one. On this trip the weather got bad about thirteen or so miles into the ride and if we had stayed at the Creeper Trail Cafe they would have...More
The folks at Shuttle Shack went above and beyond for us! My husband and I own our own business and always try to support other family owned businesses when we can. We arrived early and they was able to get us on another shuttle that...More
Response from Lulutraveler2015 | Reviewed this property |
The trail is busiest on the weekends. If you can go during the week, there will be far less traffic on the trail. Despite the ease of the trail (3 miles of downhill, the rest flat), the dirt trail has ruts and rocks. The... More
The trail is busiest on the weekends. If you can go during the week, there will be far less traffic on the trail. Despite the ease of the trail (3 miles of downhill, the rest flat), the dirt trail has ruts and rocks. The amount of traffic on the trail can be important if you are taking less experienced bikers along. Toward the end of September, temperatures begin to drop on Whitetop. Pack earmuffs, gloves, and a fleece vest for layering to allow for comfort as temperatures will be much cooler at that higher elevation. I biked this trail at the end of September three years ago and was very glad that I had taken my friend's advice about the earmuffs, etc.