Staunton Mall, located on the beautiful Valley of Shenandoah in Augusta County, Virginia is a single story shopping mall with over 60 retail locations. It is surrounded by the Blue Ridge Mountains and Allegheny Mountains which is one of the most beautiful parts of America.  The mall aims at providing a relaxed shopping experience to local residents and tourists alike with 37 million cars passing within a 1 mile radius annually


Everyday low prices can be enjoyed without travelling to Harrisonburg or Richmond. Staunton Mall serves populations within a 30 miles radius, including Harrisonburg VA and Charlottesville VA respectively. As part of its Community Central Program, Staunton Mall allows non-profit organizations to promote projects, sponsored by their respective organizations, which are then held at Staunton Mall.


Peebles, Belk, JCPenney
Internal tenants 

Always Be Prepared Outlet, Athletic Annex, Atlas Tuxedo, Bath & Body Works, Cell Express, Dollar Tree, Dong Tae Kwan Do, D9 Cross Fit, Family Barer and Beauty, Family Christian Book Store, G Elitionx, GNC, Head over Heels, Health Plan Massage, Henebry’s Jewelers, Hibbert’s Sports, Hot Wok, Jackson Hewitt Tax Service, J’ Hobbies, Kay Jewelers, Laconi’s Pizzeria, Maurice’s, MacDonald’s, Monte’s Collectibles, Ntelos/Vision Mobile, Radio Shack, Red Lobster, Sauced Shoe Department, Staunton Health & Fitness, T-11 Touchtel/ Sprint, Video Zone, Six Screen Cinema

External tenants 
McDonalds, Red Lobster, Dollar Store, Virginia ABC    





Staunton began as a waypoint and trade center for early American travellers moving along the Great Wagon Road and routes west from Richmond. Its location at two important road intersections is still one of the city’s strongest assets. Two U.S. Highways (Routes 11 and 250) intersect in downtown Staunton, and two U.S.

Interstates (I-64 and I-81) intersect just outside the city limits. Several Virginia Primary roads also run through the city (Routes 252, 254, 261, 275). Logically, the south-eastern corner of the city (within a two-mile radius of the Interstates 81/64 intersection) sees the most traffic volume. The southernmost segment of Greenville Avenue (south of Statler Boulevard) and about a mile of Route 250 (Richmond Road) east of Statler Boulevard are the highest-volume segments (see Map below). Not coincidentally, commercial land use dominates the parcels along these corridors south of the CSX rail line.


The Shenandoah Valley is a popular tourist destination; with hiking and camping being popular activities. The biggest attraction is the 300-square mile Shenandoah National Park, located in the northern half of the Valley, just east of I-81. The Park received approximately 1.17 million visitors in 2003 (for reference, Grand Canyon National Park received 4.12 million visitors; the Lincoln Memorial 3.27 million visitors; and Everglades National Park received 1.04 million visitors).


The I-81 corridor, rich in scenic and cultural resources, is also a major tourism corridor. An estimated $1.7 billion is expended annually in the corridor by visitors. These visitors are attracted by recreational opportunities in the Shenandoah and Blue Ridge Mountains, the rich Civil War history, and the numerous attractions in the 13 counties and numerous cities and towns located along the corridor. Staunton is served by Junctions 220, 221 & 222. The tables below show the Virginia Department of Transport recorded HOURLY average recorded vehicle numbers at the main Staunton junction and then at all 3 exits. These figures show that 4,250 vehicles pass within 1 mile of Staunton Mall per hour on average per day – this equates to 37,000,000 per year.

You can download a copy of the brochure using this link: StauntonMall.pdf