Edinburg is a town located in Shenandoah County, Virginia. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 813.
Web Sites and Links
Appalachian Light Photography GalleriesView galleries of nature photography from Shenandoah Valley, Appalachian, Blue Ridge Mountains and surrounding areas. Digital imaging and photo restoration services.
Camp Roosevelt CCC Legacy FoundationLearn about the Legacy, its goals, and calendar of events.
Captain Jack Adams, Camp 1951, Virginia Division, Sons of Confederate VeteransView division news, officer listing, and contact information.
Coleman MicrowaveIncludes listing of services, sales offices, and contact information.
Edinburg Town CharterText of the town charter, by the Virginia Division of Legislative Services.
Edinburg, VAIncludes information about events and businesses in Shenandoah County area
Evergreen Design Inc.Electronic Product Design Firm specializing in the design and development of electronic products. Includes listing of services and contact information.
Hockman Manor House Bed and BreakfastIncludes amenities, rates, and information on area attractions.
Lee Ranger DistrictView listing of events, volunteering information, and area history.
Murray's Fly ShopFishing supply store in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. Online catalog and ordering.
Shenandoah ConnectionIncludes information and links to area web sites and events.
The HatchBed and breakfast located in Old Town, information about services and local fly fishing.
The Watchful TigerWomens designer fashion clothing boutique. View listing of events and contact information.
Town Of EdinburgOfficial town web site.
Troop 54 - EdinburgOffers general information, a calendar, Eagle list, and unit activities.
Valley Baptist ChurchSchedule of services, and contact information.
Wakemans Grove Church of the BrethrenIncludes worship schedule and pastor's welcome.
WeatherHub - Edinburg ForecastIncluding current conditions, current temperatures, precipitation estimate, tomorrow's weather, tonight's lows, and tomorrow's highs.
Wikipedia - EdinburgInformation and statistics from Wikipedia.