Skyline Lakes is a private, rustic cabin community, surrounded on 3 sides by Shenandoah National Park, at an elevation of 3,000 feet.   In winter, the inhospitable mountainous terrain make travel impossible without 4-wheel drive vehicles with chains.  There is electric service on main roads ONLY and cellular service is non-existent in most areas within Skyline Lakes.  Hunting is sanctioned by the community via our bylaws and the community has remained largely unchanged for over 50 years.  It is a quiet retreat for those precious few that call her home.   To learn more about living in Skyline Lakes, click HERE.

The Skyline Lakes Property-holders Association (SLPA) is a Virginia Non-Stock, non-profit corporation established in 1971 to represent the interests of the owners of lots within the subdivision. An elected Board of Directors collects maintenance fees from the members and uses the proceeds to maintain the roads and common facilities.   See the Treasurer’s Corner for more details about where your maintenance fees go.

Fire Prevention Day – Debris Pickup

Saturday, June 18, 2022

As a member of FireWise, Skyline Lakes periodically hosts a Fire Prevention exercise. This year we are hosting a debris pickup day.  Gather tree debris from around your property and pile it at the edge of the road.  The deadline for debris piling is Saturday, June 18, 2022.  Please email us if you have a pile of debris for us to pick up:  Board@SkylineLakes.org. Our road maintenance contractor, Cody, will pick it up shortly after June 18, 2022.  Thanks for your help!

Skyline Lakes is a proud member of Firewise, a fire-prevention program for rural communities.  Firewise is a program within the National Fire Protection Association.