Welcome to Mount Jackson,
one of many friendly small towns in Shenandoah County, Virginia, (as seen in Cooperative Living Magazine).The
Mount Jackson Historical District is listed in the National Register
of Historic Places. Mount Jackson is rich in Civil War history. We have
several Civil War era buildings. The Union Church in downtown Mount
Jackson was used as a hospital, and you can see where the wounded soldiers
wrote their names on the wall. Likewise, Our Soldiers Cemetery has a
monument listing the names of soldiers from all the Confederate states
who died at the Mount Jackson Confederate Hospital. Also, near Mount
Jackson, you can see the longest Covered Bridge in Virginia.
you visit the Shenandoah Valley please stop by, say “hi”, and let us welcome you with true “Southern Hospitality”. If you cannot visit in
person, visit us via your PC. Here you will meet our Mayor and Town
Council, see the Covered Bridge, Union Church, Our Soldiers Cemetery, Our Veterans Memorial, or just take a rest at our Visitor Center Park which hosts the Mount Jackson Apple Harvest/Bluegrass Festival located next to the Town Hall.
You can visit our schools, find good restaurants, find a place to stay,
have fun at our recreational park or take a trip to nearby Shenandoah
Caverns or Bryce Resort.
welcome to Mount Jackson. Enjoy your visit, either in person or on-line.
Joseph A. Williams, Mayor