Weyers Cave is located in the center part of the beautiful Shenandoah Valley, on the I-81 corridor which was the old Indian trail up and down the Valley. A spur came off the trail over to present day Grottoes, where there were caves in the mountains. Although Bernard Weyer was credited with finding the caves, he found them in what was known as “Cave Hill”, so the presence of caves in the hill was previously known.
Today, there are approximately 1000 houses in Weyers Cave. The town, which has no formal government of its own, is approximately fifteen minutes from Staunton VA, fifteen minutes from Harrisonburg VA, and about half an hour from Waynesboro VA. It is located within Augusta County and has its own Post Office. It is just inside the north border of Augusta County with Rockingham County.
Unlike most small towns, Weyers Cave has a lot to offer! In addition to the Post Office and Volunteer Fire Department, there is Shenandoah Valley Regional Airport and Blue Ridge Community College. Add to that United Bank, Carilion Health Clinic, Augusta Emergency Health Clinic, Shreckhise Shrubbery, Shreckhise Landscaping, Valley Pike Farm Market, Maple Lane Veterinary Clinic, Tim Wade Dentist, Rocky’s, Christopher William Jewelers, Houff Transfer, IDM Trucking, Houff Feed and Fertilizer, Pepsi, Blossman Propane, Packaging Services, Dynamic Aviation, Equipping the Saints, Cerro Metals, Degesch, three gas stations, and several other large industries — you have a well-rounded community. More about the businesses located in Weyers Cave as well a their contact information are given on the Business Page of this website.
One of the main industries, though, is farming. There are many dairy and beef cattle farms, as well as chicken and turkey farms in the area. You will be more likely to see a cow in the road than a true traffic jam in Weyers Cave!
The purpose of this page is to have a go-to place for local residents to get information quickly about the happenings, and those further away to see what is available! It is truly a wonderful place to live as well as to visit.