Press heat or cool button on A/C control to activate. During cooling Season, please do not set the a/c units below 70 degrees. The a/c unit will freeze and automatically shut down. During heating season, a temperature of 68 degrees is recommended.
To set the alarm, press/hold down the sleep button and set the desired time. Slide the alarm selector to Radio or Buzzer.
Set blender container into base, place liquid or soft ingredients into blender and place the lid on securely. Press the desired settings on the panel to start. Do not overfill.
Insert filter in the filter basket by sliding basket to right or pulling towards you. Empty desired amounts of coffee into the filter basket and return basket to the closed position. Lift the back cover to the water reservoir and fill with the appropriate amount of water. Press On/Off switch. When using in room coffee provided, remove filter/coffee combination packet from plastic, place in filter basket, fill reservoir with water and turn on machine. In room packets make four (4) cups of coffee.
Clothes Dryer (select units)
The dryer is located above the washer. Open door and load dryer with clothes (do not overload). Select desired settings and press the start button to begin. Clean the lint trap after each use (lint collector is located in the interior of the dryer towards the back or in some models at the bottom opening of the dryer).
Clothes Washer (select units)
The washing machine is located below the dryer. Washer will not start any cycle with lid open. Lift lid and load machine with clothes (do not overload). Pour in desired amount of laundry detergent (box laundry detergent provided in unit is enough for one load). Set load size and desired wash/rinse temperatures. Push in knob and scroll to desired settings and pull to start to wash. Close lid to operate.
Open dishwasher; fill main detergent cup located on the inside of the door with dishwashing powder close (do not use liquid dish detergent, as this will cause the machine to overflow). Close door and turn button to desired wash cycle. Slide the lever to start the dishwasher.
Power player on. Press Open/Close to open. Insert DVD and press Open/Close. Flat-panel television – press “Input” remote and select “AV1”. Traditional television – select channel 2 and then “channel down” one position. Press play on DVD player.
The disposal is located in the kitchen sink. While water is running, and after ensuring that hands and all other objects are clear of the disposal, flip the switch on the wall. Do not put your fingers into drain/disposal. Do not put metal, glass, bones, tobacco, eggshells or greasy items into disposal. Please keep children away from the disposal at all times.
Electric Can Opener
Lift handle on opener and place canned food onto sharp edge. Press the lever down to start.
Locate the fire extinguisher. Pull the pin and squeeze handle. Spray back and forth in a sweeping motion at the base of the fire. CALL 911 (dial 8911)!
Remove hair dryer unit from the wall mount. Move the switch to the ON position 1 (Low) or 2 (High). Return hair dryer to wall mount when finished.
To turn on icemaker, lower the metal bar located above the icemaker basket. To stop making ice, raise the metal bar to an upright position.
While unplugged, fill the iron with water (look for an opening at the front of the iron and be careful not to over fill). Plug in and turn the knob to the desired temperature. Use caution when using hot iron. Please use ironing board for all ironing. Do not iron on beds, tables or floors as damage to these items may occur.
Jacuzzi tubs (select units)
Fill the tub with water until jets are covered. Locate and press the button inside of the tub area to activate jets. Jets will not activate if there is not enough water in the tub.
Open microwave door and place food inside on the glass plate (do not place cups of water, foil, metal or plastic inside microwave). Select microwave power to 1 (Lowest) – 11 (Highest), enter desired time and press start. For automatic time, press cook-time, press hour button up/down, and press start time up/down.
With the mixer unplugged, insert the beaters. Plug into the wall and place beaters into bowl. Turn the mixer on to the desired speed. Keep fingers and other objects clear of beaters while mixer is activated. Turn off mixer before removing from bowl to prevent contents from splattering.
Open oven door and place food inside on middle rack (do not place paper products or plastic inside oven). Turn oven knob to desired temperature.
Lift handset to place or receive a call. Dialing instructions are on the telephone or see “Telephone Instructions” section in this In Room Directory.
Press the On/Off button on the television or select TV button and press the on/off button on remote. Press the channel up or down button on the TV or select channel number or channel up/down on the remote to change channels.
Place toast or bagel into slots. Set desired cooking level and push down lever. Toast will automatically popup when ready, use caution when retrieving toasted food from the toaster. Do not put fingers or metal objects in toaster while toaster is plugged in. Do not put any food in toaster not designed to be toasted.
Dear Bluegreen Guest,
Thank you for choosing to spend your vacation with us. We hope you enjoy your stay and take away many cherished memories to reminisce about for years to come.
One of our top goals during your stay is your safety and that of your loved ones. Should the unfortunate incident of a missing child occur, we would like you to be aware of the proper steps to take. The quicker you act, the better the chances of a faster recovery of your child.
Several years ago, associates in a Wal-Mart store developed a procedure to help find children who had wandered away from their parents and reported missing or lost inside their retail stores. The program was named Code Adam in memory of a young child, Adam Walsh, who in 1981 was abducted from a Sears department store in Florida. Adam’s father, John Walsh, is a co-founder of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children and host of the television show “America’s Most Wanted.”
Today, Code Adam is a nationally recognized program that provides an effective and structured approach to quickly identify, report, and locate, missing children. Participating businesses include thousands of department stores, retail shops, shopping malls, supermarkets, amusement parks, museums, and resorts throughout the United States. Bluegreen is proud to be a part of this effective and worthwhile program.
Your Course of Action
If you believe that your child is missing, do not panic, but do take action immediately. Search the area, checking wherever a child may crawl or hide. Children think hiding is a game and hiding places are limitless in the mind of a child.
If you still cannot find your child after a thorough search, call Guest Services by dialing Ext. 9300 and report the child missing. You will be asked to provide the following information:
Be prepared to report to the Guest Services desk to provide additional information if needed.
Guest Services has been trained and instructed to immediately announce a “Code Adam” to all resort departments and staff as soon as they receive the report of a missing child. They will provide responding staff with all of the information provided, at which time, all associates will stop what they are doing and participate in the search efforts.
If the child is not found within 10 minutes of initiating the Code Adam, Guest Services will contact local law enforcement and request their response and assistance.
We hope such a situation will never occur, however we would like you to know what the appropriate steps are, and that the Shenandoah Crossing staff are trained and ready to assist.
Best wishes for a happy, memorable and safe vacation,
Resort Management, Shenandoah Crossing
While it is unlikely that a fire will occur within the resort, we feel it is still very important for you and your family to be mindful of what precautions to take should an emergency arise. Plan your escape!
In Case of Fire
Everyone at Shenandoah Crossing is dedicated to delivering the best vacation experience possible. Located in the main entrance of the Lodge. Please see Guest Services for check-in and check-out assistance, as well as Security, Maintenance and Housekeeping requests.
For questions regarding housekeeping services, room inventory or complimentary cribs and high chairs, please dial Ext. 9400.
Our Housekeeping Department takes great pride in the quality of their work. If for any reason we do not meet your expectations, please contact Guest Services at Ext. 9400, or the Housekeeping Manager at extension 9230 .
If you would like your bath towels exchanged please contact Guest Services at extension 9400.
For your convenience pool towels have been provided in your Unit. We are happy to exchange these towels for you during your stay, please dial 0. If you require additional pool towels, they can be signed out / requested at Guest Services..
Washers and Dryers
2 locations available / one located by the Golf put-put in the UDI section and one located by the children’s playground in the BWT section, free of charge for our owners and guests.
The following Housekeeping services are available for additional charges.
Trash and Tidy
1 Bedroom Unit | $30.00
2 Bedroom Unit | $50.00
3 Bedroom Unit | $75.00
Full Maid Service
1 bedroom / 1 bath | $50.00
2 bedroom / 2 bath | $75.00
3 bedroom / 2.5 Bath | $125.00
Charlottesville Airport (30 miles)
Richmond Airport (75 miles)
Yellow Cab of Charlottesville
Airport Taxi of Richmond
Our Address: 174 Horseshoe Circle, Gordonsville, VA 22942
Check-in: 4 pm
Check-out: 10 am (Yurts, Cabins & Townhomes)
Upon check-in, each reservation requires a major credit card for a $100 per-authorization.
Guest Services does not accept cash.
Allowed in RV Parks Only. Pets are not allowed in accommodations. Subject to a $300 fine.
No smoking, including electronic cigarettes. Subject to $300 fine.
On site, no charge, one vehicle per accommodation. Auxiliary parking available near the Equestrian Center and Smoke House..
Day Use Policy
Club owners not staying at the resort must call prior to arrival to ensure availability for day use. First priority is given to resort occupants. Guaranteed/flex owners refer to their association rules.
Check in: 2 pm
Check-out: 12 pm
NO LIFEGUARD ON DUTY
NO LIFEGUARD ON DUTY
Depending on when you visit, there’s a host of planned activities for all ages at Shenandoah Crossing. Some of these activities are seasonal, so be sure to check our weekly activities guide available at the concierge desk, or call Activities at ext. 9332 to see what’s happening during your visit.
Some of our most popular activities include:
Boat & fishing pole rentals
Special holiday events
For a splashing good time, visit our large pool and recreation area located near Friendship Square pavilion. Complete with expansive main pool, an Activity Pool, two hot tubs and an interactive Spray Ground, this “mini water park” is fun for all ages.
In Friendship Square you’ll also find the General Store, the Traders Market deli and Freedom Hall where movies and other special events are held. There are also plenty of arts and crafts, movie rentals, and games for the whole family. Make sure to check to see what’s happening during your visit.
Located at the lower level of the Lodge and the Pavilion.
Activities and Game Rooms
Located at the lower level of the Lodge and the Pavilion. Please check your activity schedule for available crafts and events.
Make Peace Station
Take a break from the sun and relax under this shaded area overlooking the Pavilion Pools.
Multipurpose hall for meetings and entertainment.
Flower and Herb Center
Visit the greenhouse and gardens that provide the flowering plants and herbs for the resort.
Lake Izac Tavern
Family Friendly restaurant featuring comfort food with an American bistro flare in a casual atmosphere.
The Smokehouse, open seasonally, is located adjacent to the Pavilion Pools. The menu is a fresh take on BBQ & classic comfort foods. Everything is made daily using fresh ingredients and the highest quality meats. Come by and experience a modern twist on Memphis style BBQ and comfort foods.
At Nickajack Park the kids enjoy playscape. Also in this area is where you can board a seasonal shuttle to other parts of the resort, or meet up for organized hikes and excursions.
Guest storytellers, lectures, sing-a-longs and many other activities take place in the Liberty Amphitheater. These activities are based on seasonality, so please check your public notice for the most up-to-date schedule.
Get back to nature with a hike down one of our five themed hiking trails. Trails are interactive and play host to kids’ games, colonial trivia, wildlife education, and ghost tours.
Sallie’s Stables | 8 am – 4 pm, closed Tues. and Fri.
Don’t forget to head down to Sallie’s Stables where you can schedule a trail ride, carriage rides and other equestrian activities. Our picturesque network of hiking and bridle trails are the perfect way to enjoy the wilderness around the resort. Our seasoned trail horses take you into the woods and across the historic fields. Our Equestrian Center, home to over two dozen horses, is a featured attraction for all to enjoy.
Seasonal hours. Boat and fishing pole rentals.
Parking is located at the head of the trail that leads to the Marina
Miniature Golf Hut
Test for your mini golf skills at our complimentary wilderness course, complimentary sports equipment including mini golf clubs, tennis, horseshoes, basketballs and volleyballs are available.
Safety & Security
Welcome to your home away from home. Vacation is a time for fun and relaxation; however, just like at your home, safety and security begins with you. It is our goal that your time spent with us is enjoyable, which also means feeling safe and secure. Here are a few safety tips recommended for you to follow:
Inside Your Room
On and Off the Property
Please contact the Security Guardhouse at Ext. 9300 to advise of any outside guests & visitors. This ensures that they are placed on the guest list for authorized entry and provided with a map or parking pass if needed upon arrival.
Resort Number: 540.832.9400
Guest Services: Ext. 9506
Activities Desk: Ext. 9225
Security: Ext. 9300
Housekeeping: Ext. 9230
Equestrian Center: Ext. 9571
Local calls are $.25 plus tax. Please dial 8 before the local number. There is no charge for 800 numbers. Use a credit card or calling card for long distance calls. Long distance calls are $3.14 to connect and $1.50 per minute after.
Watch All Your Favorite Shows!
For a complete listing of TV channels, please refer to the chart located next to the TV in your suite. A great lineup of entertainment is waiting.
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Shenandoah Crossing offers an exciting variety of accommodations, each with their own set of additional amenities.
Grand Resort Cabin
Two bedroom cabins sleep six. These units have two baths, sofa sleeper in the living room, fireplace, two color televisions, DVD player, whirlpool tub in the master bath, central air conditioning, ceiling fan, screened porch with gas grill, dish washer, and refrigerator with ice maker, garbage disposal and microwave oven.
Deluxe Resort Cabin
Two bedroom cabins sleep six. These units have one bath, sofa sleeper in the living room, fireplace, two color televisions, DVD player, whirlpool bath, central air conditioning, ceiling fan, charcoal grill on the deck, dishwasher, and refrigerator with ice maker, garbage disposal and microwave oven.
Two bedroom cabins sleep six. These units have one bath, sofa sleeper in the living room, two color televisions, DVD player, central air conditioning, ceiling fan, dishwasher, and refrigerator with ice maker, garbage disposal and microwave oven.
3 Bedroom Cabins
These luxurious cabins offer stylish furnishings, 5 beds with plush linens, a pull out sofa, flat-screen TVs, elegant bathrooms, and fully equipped kitchens, all with central heat and air. You’ll also enjoy a large wooden deck with a summer kitchen. These cabins sleep 6-8.
Our lodge accommodates travelers with single or double queen bedded rooms. The amenities at the lodge include Lake Izac Tavern, meeting rooms, indoor and outdoor pools, and activity room.
Circa 1742. This is a gracious colonial manor, with early American charm and comfort, overlooking beautiful Lake Izac. The home has five bedrooms and three baths with kitchen, dining room, living room, study, and recreation room.
The glamorous yurts offer stylish furnishings including four-poster beds with plush linens, flat-screen TVs, elegant bathrooms, and fully equipped kitchens, all with central heat and air. Stay in an open-plan yurt with one bed and pullout couch. You’ll also enjoy a large wooden deck with a summer kitchen.
The RV area has all weather sites with water, electric and sewer hook-up. “Drive through” sites are available. Each site has a fire ring, charcoal grill and picnic table. These state-of-the-art RV sites come with furnished patios and summer kitchens. Some add personal hot tubs and stainless steel barbecue grills.
The Wilderness area has campsites with picnic tables and fire rings. Showers are available in the bathhouse.
Dear Resort Guest,
We’re delighted that you’ve chosen to share happiness with your loved ones during your stay at this unique Bluegreen Vacations® resort. We also hope your vacation provides you with many opportunities to share time together, smiles and memories with your family and friends.
We invite you to take advantage of all that Shenandoah Crossing™ has to offer, including including a 60-acre lake stocked for fishing, lush pasturelands, hiking, biking and horseback riding trails, plus some of the most unique accommodations in the country. While we are proud to offer an enjoyable stay at the resort, we know you’ll want to explore the local central Virginia area. Tour the historic battlefields, picturesque horse farms, old churches and homes of three of the founding fathers. The area is also home to some of the best wineries, perfect for an afternoon tasting.
Again, we extend our warmest welcome. We hope you’ll enjoy the accommodations and all the amenities that Shenandoah Crossing has to offer. Please know that we stand ready to do whatever we can to make your stay enjoyable.
The Management and Staff of Shenandoah Crossing
Nearest Grocery Stores
Food Lion | 7 am – 11 pm
408 Gordon Ave, Gordonsville, VA 22942
Located in Gordonsville, Food Lion has a bakery, deli, and all of your usual grocery needs.
WalMart | 24/7
164 Camp Creek Parkway, Gordonsville, VA 22942
Offers grocery, pharmacy, one hour photo, garden center, and tire and lube express.
Local Restaurants in Gordonsville
102 Martinsburg Ave, Gordonsville Va. 22942
115 S Main St. Gordonsville, Va. 22942
408 W Gordon Ave, Gordonsville, Va. 22942
In Wood Restaurant
19095 James Madison Hwy. Gordonsville, Va. 22942
137 Wood Ridge Terrace, Gordonsville, Va. 22942
17655 Winery Rd. Barboursville, Va. 22923 (Off Rt. 33 west)
Stone Fire Station
5361 Spotswood Trail, Barboursville, Va. 22923
Local Restaurants in Louisa
109 W Main St. Louisa, Va. 23093
406 E. Main St. in Glen Mayre Shopping Center, Louisa,Va. 23093
Smoking Eddie’s BBQ
213 W Main St. Louisa Va. 23093
Roma Italian Restaurant
406 E Main St. Louisa, Va. 23093
Local Restaurants in Orange
El Monarca Mexican Restaurant
12399 James Madison Hwy. Orange, Va. 22960
Silk Mill Grille
101 Woodmark St. Orange, VA 22960
215 Madison Road (Rt. 15N) Orange, Va. 22960
Vintage at the Inn at Willow Grove
14079 Plantation Way, Orange, Va. 22960
Local Restaurants in Ruckersville
Rt. 29 (Ruckersville) Madison, Va. 22719
Local Area Attractions
James Madison’s Montpelier
With the mansion’s architectural restoration complete, come witness the investigation, discovery, and installation of Madison furnishings and décor. Watch as curators bring James and Dolley Madison’s home back to life.
For more than 130 years, Luray Caverns has been renowed as one of the world’s most spectacular natural wonders. A subterranean wonderland of magic and majesty, still as marvelously beautiful as described in the newspaper headlines on a century ago. Today, Luray Caverns attracts one-half million visitors annually from around the globe.
Winery Tours & Tastings
No visit to Shenandoah Crossing is complete without visiting our first class wineries. Barboursville Winery, Cooper Vineyards & Weston Farm Winery are some the more popular in the area.
Directions to Nearby Towns
To Gordonsville: From Shenandoah Crossing: Continue through security onto Forest Hill Road to Rt. 33. Make a left onto Rt. 33 west and continue for approximately 4 miles. Make a right on Rt. 15 N and continue approximately 2 miles. You will be on Main Street Gordonsville.
To Orange: From Shenandoah Crossing: Continue through security on to Forest Hill Road to Rt. 33. Make a left onto Rt. 33 west and continue for approximately 4 miles. Make a right on Rt. 15 N and continue approximately 3 miles until you reach the traffic circle. Take Rt. 15 N for approximately 10 miles into the town of Orange.
To Louisa: From Shenandoah Crossing: Continue through security on to Forest Hill Road to Rt. 33. Make a right onto Rt. 33E, for approximately 5 miles. Then turn left onto Rt. US 33E/22E continue approximately 5 miles to town of Louisa.
To Barboursville: From Shenandoah Crossing: Continue through security on to Forest Hill Road to Rt. 33. Make a left onto Rt. 33west and continue for approximately 4 miles. Make a right on Rt. 15N and continue approximately 3 miles until you reach the traffic circle. Take Rt. 33 west to Barboursville for approximately 5 miles.
To Ruckersville: From Shenandoah Crossing: Continue through security on to Forest Hill Road to Rt. 33. Make a left onto Rt. 33 west and continue for approximately 4 miles. Make a right on to Rt. 15 N and continue approximately 3 miles until you reach the traffic circle. Take Rt.33 west to Ruckersville for approximately 15 miles.
To Zion Crossroads: From Shenandoah Crossing: Continue through security onto Forest Hill Road to Rt. 33. Make a left onto Rt. 33 west continue for approximately 4 miles. Make a Left on to Rt. 15 S and continue approximately 12 miles. (Lowes, Walmart on left and IHOP on right)