Cabins near Winchester

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Camp Shenandoah Meadows

11 sites · Lodging, Tents40 acres · Woodstock, VA
We welcome you to our view of the great outdoors. We are 30 minutes from the entrance of the well known Skyline Drive, part of the Shenandoah National Park. We are surrounded by multiple hikes, restaurants, breweries and wineries less than a 30 minute trip! Onsite we have numerous amenities open to all camping guests which include, fish stocked pond, large swimming pool, basketball court, and soccer field. We welcome you to stay with us and enjoy our 40 acre view!  This camp was previously operated as a summer camp for large groups, but will now be open to groups of all sizes including campers throughout the year! This is new for the camp and the new owner, but we’re excited about hosting everyone going forward!Welcome!
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Spacious Skies Shenandoah Views Campground

87 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents10 acres · Luray, VA
Spacious Skies Shenandoah Views is a serene slice of heaven, conveniently located just 20 minutes off I-81, yet still peacefully rural nestled within farmland atop a hill in Luray, Virginia. Surrounded by the Blue Ridge Mountains with views all around and from our cabin rentals, our campground is close to the Luray Caverns, the famed Skyline Drive in Shenandoah National Park, the Shenandoah River, and several Civil War sites. We offer both shady RV sites and open RV sites that can accommodate all sized RVs and trailers—we are big rig friendly! Each RV site includes a picnic table, fire ring, 30 or 50-amp electrical service, and sewer. We have deluxe patio sites and deluxe tent sites too! Our campground is in the heart of all that Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley has to offer. Hiking opportunities abound as Luray is the closest town to the Thornton Gap entrance of Shenandoah National Park, and is to the Skyline Drive, taking drivers along the crest of the Blue Ridge Mountains! The Luray Caverns, a national historic site, with it’s famous Great Stalacpipe Organ, are just a few minutes away, and tubing, canoeing, and white-water rafting adventure can be found at the nearby Shenandoah River. Museums and Civil War sites will feed your history-loving soul! Onsite we have a brand-new camp store! We also have a large pool and small pool, a gathering yurt for groups and an event pavilion, a playground, and a jumping pillow is in the works! We have two deluxe cabins and four deluxe yurts for more ways to appreciate the great outdoors with those additional creature comforts.
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Tiny House on the Potomac

1 site · Lodging2 acres · Shepherdstown, WV
We have title records going back to Lord Fairfax for this beautiful land on the Potomac River just a mile from Shepherdstown. The Tiny House was a fishing cabin dating to at least the 1940s. The Main house is a historic stone structure dating to 1815.Learn more about this land:Relax and escape to the peace and quiet by the Potomac River, and wake to beautiful romantic views of the river and mountains in this romantic 200-square foot tiny house situated on 2.5 acres, with 450 feet of river front land. Explore and take advantage of all the activities on the river and surrounding area. Fish, bike, kayak, tube, or just sit by the river and watch the birds and wild life. Sit and read by the river or in the quiet comfort of the house with a bottle of wine on us.
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Carp Cove Farm

6 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents40 acres · Augusta, WV
We are a small family farm located along the North River. Enjoy the quiet and relax with nature. Stay on a small working farm. We raise cattle and sheep. Located in Hampshire county West Virginia, we offer quiet private areas. We have many primitive sites as well as camper hook ups. Full bathroom available. Nice quiet place to stay while you explore Hampshire county West Virginia. Canoeing, kayaking, hiking and biking all available close by. If you are looking for a quiet area without crowds, this is the place. Welcome! NOTICE Under West Virginia law, there may be limited liability for an injury to or death of a participant in an agritourism activity conducted at this agritourism business if the injury or death results from the inherent risks of the agritourism activity. Inherent risks of agritourism activities include, among others, risks of injury inherent to landscape, terrain, equipment, and animals, as well as the potential for you to act in a negligent manner that may contribute to your injury or death. You are assuming the risk of participating in this agritourism activity.
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Cabin on the Seven Bends

1 site · Lodging1 acres · Woodstock, VA
Our dream was to own a log cabin on the North Fork of the Shenandoah River. Sixteen years ago we accomplished that dream, giving us access to a Shenandoah Valley treasure, and yes, we are on the first of the Seven Bends. Although we live in the main log cabin, we are happy to share our tiny living screened cabin over looking the river with many activities available to you. Although we are only minutes from I81, the setting is very private, in the woods behind our home. Park at the main cabin and hike 200 feet down the hill to the secluded River Cabin overlooking the North Fork of the Shenandoah River. You'll have river access for fishing, swimming and paddling (kayaks and canoes provided), or you can just sit on the dock and watch the sunset. Retreat back into the screened cottage for a quiet restful evening or relax on the deck by a fire. We are a Glamping site... like a hotel stay in the woods. Close by are 100's of miles of hiking trails and the charming town of Woodstock offering free concerts, some of Virginia's finest wineries, the Brewhouse and other great local restaurants... come explore and adore. There is also an auxiliary deck in the trees for pitching your own tent or sleeping under the stars for additional campers. During cooler months, we have enclosed the sleeping/changing areas and provide a small heater for some limited warmth. “And into the forest I go, to lose my mind and find my soul” ― John Muir
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Catlett Gap Cabin

7 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents100 acres · Cross Junction, VA
Primitive tent camping and cabin, at the historic Catlett gap homestead (with some creature comforts).  There is a clean water source, and access to outside power.  There is wifi if you stand close enough to the house.  But we have no outside bathrooms or shower.  The cabin itself is also available for rent. The cabin sleeps 7 but if you have parties larger than that the campsite is available for rent as well in a separate listing.  But the cabin is rented first.  We don't allow multiple parties.  
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The Brown Hazard

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Toms Brook, VA
We are a farm located on the Shenandoah River. Plenty of hiking, fishing, wineries, small town vibes, and kayaking. Lots of things to do and see, including the Luray Caverns, small mom and pop restaurants as well as fine dining. Nestled at the foot of the Massanutten Mountain, 360 degrees of beautiful nature. You will love this peaceful nature escape!
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Catoctin Quaker Camp

10 sites · Lodging385 acres · Thurmont, MD
Catoctin Quaker Camp was established in 1958 and its 385 acres are mostly forests. There is a pond, bathhouse, and plenty of land to explore (385 acres). The camp is located on Frederick County's South Mountain formation and is adjacent to the Frederick City watershed which is filled with beautiful trails. We have 8 different cabins available to rent and the option to book out the entire property. Toilets, showers, picnic tables, and potable water are all available on site. Campfires are permitted! No pets allowed. Catoctin Mountain National Park, Cunningham Falls State Park and Gambril State Park are all within a 10 to 15-minute drive. Adventure awaits at Catoctin Mountain Park! Nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains, this park is the perfect getaway. Hike a trail and enjoy an epic view.
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Tiny House at Tiny Hidden Ridge

3 sites · Lodging, Tents5 acres · Knoxville, MD
We are 1 mile from the C&O canal for bicycle riding, and 1 mile from Maryland Heights hiking trail, and two miles from the Appalachian Trail. This tiny house is on our 5 acre mini farm where we have a few animals and a small garden. Enjoy the outdoor fire pits, grill, and swing for relaxing and watching the deer pass by.
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B and M Journey Farm

7 sites · Lodging, Tents12 acres · New Market, VA
Welcome to our farm that dates back to 1916, where you can set up camp amidst our more than 10 acre farm. This charming spot is perfect for a getaway to rest, recharge, and explore the outdoors! About the Property: The rolling hills, beautiful sunrises and sunsets, and the bountiful wild flowers do not disappoint if you are looking for a peaceful time away. The property itself is wonderful to explore - whether that be wandering through the vineyard at sunset, or talking a walk on the farm and saying hi to our goats, chickens, and cows. We are located about 30 minutes from Shenandoah National Park, New Market Battlefield, and the Skyline Drive, which is stunning any time of year! Campers can enjoy hiking, biking, kayaking, and visiting wineries. There is something for everyone to do! We are also near the town of New Market, VA if you need to head into town and pick up some necessities. We really enjoy meeting campers and providing suggestions about what to do on and around our property, though we also respect guests' need for privacy and quiet-time if that is preferred. We want you to enjoy your time here. We welcome you to take a look at our various listing options. Come and pitch your tent at one of our four designated campsites or stay at our property cottage or barn loft in the picturesque Virginia countryside. We hope you'll enjoy the quaint and unique farm life, and country setting as much as we do. Please feel free to reach out with any questions and we look forward to your stay!
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Rendezvous Farm

6 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents16 acres · Basye, VA
This raw forested land bordering George Washington National Forest on two sides was purchased in 2002. Over the next six years a 2 acre pasture and .8 acre house site were cleared on weekends, a small pond was dug, additional land was cleared and a wildlife planting made, then our home and multiple outbuildings were constructed. We began raising chickens for meat and eggs, as well as rabbits, quail, doves and pigeons, and developed two vegetable and fruit gardens to provide food for ourselves and to sell at farmer's markets. The property is a state certified Wildlife Partners Habitat because of the many improvements made for wildlife. Allen and Peggy were married atop a special rock on the property in 2004. NOTE: For the late summer and fall of 2023 the pond is almost dry. We haven't had enough rain to keep enough water in it.
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Primitive Cozy Cabin

1 site · Lodging7 acres · Great Cacapon, WV
Indulge in the ultimate off-grid glamping retreat across 7 acres of private serenity. Immerse yourself in the tranquil symphony of raindrops tapping on the metal roof and the harmonious melody of birds perched in the surrounding trees. Just a stone's throw away, a small spring-fed water hole beckons, creating a soothing oasis only 30 feet from your cozy cabin. On sun-kissed days, bask in the luxury of enhanced solar-powered amenities, ensuring a seamless blend of sustainable living and comfort. Excitingly, we now offer the flexibility to plug in the cabin for unlimited power, providing an added layer of convenience. Even in the rare event of a power outage, rest assured, the solar system remains fully operational. For modern adventurers, a dedicated RV Nema 14-50 plug awaits, compatible with the Tesla mobile charger, catering to electric vehicle enthusiasts. Your off-grid experience is now elevated, offering the best of both worlds – a harmonious connection with nature and the convenience of unlimited power. Escape to our glamping oasis, where every detail is thoughtfully designed to enhance your connection with the great outdoors.
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Cabins near Winchester guide

Overview

Saddled by the Blue Ridge and Allegheny Mountains, Winchester, VA hosts Shenandoah University and the Museum of Shenandoah Valley, complete with a historic house and gardens, detailing the history of Winchester. Campers might enjoy seeing the museum’s gallery of miniature furnished houses, or taking part in apple festivities at the annual Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival in May. After a tour around the city, travel into the wilderness at Shenandoah River State Park. Go fishing, boating, or horseback riding through the park before setting up at a riverfront campsite or yurt. Sky Meadows State Park and Cedar Creek & Belle Grove National Historical Park also bring a wealth of camping opportunities centered around fishing, hiking, and colonial farming history that shaped the area from the American Revolution through the Civil War.

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Raymond R. "Andy" Guest, Jr. Shenandoah River State Park

On the south fork of Shenandoah River, the state park with the same name sits along 1,600 acres and 5.2 miles of riverfront shoreline. Campers staying at one of 12 riverfront tent campsites or pet-friendly RV campsites complete with full hookups and firepits can enjoy scenic views right from the campground. Set out on 24 miles of hiking trails throughout the park. There are designated trails for biking and horseback riding, as well. On a hot day, launch a canoe or fishing boat downstream from Bentonville access area, where waders and anglers can fish for crappie and bluegill. Winter campers will find that lodging is available year-round in the park. Reserve an ADA-accessible glamping yurt or cabin rental with a fireplace and hot shower for colder months.

Sky Meadows State Park

Sky Meadows State Park is an International Dark Sky Park full of history, especially about the colonial farming practices that formed the landscape. Take in scenic views of woodlands and pastures spread throughout the state park’s 1,860 acres and 22 miles of hiking trails. Sky Meadows is a popular stopover for hikers along the Appalachian Trail, and offers primitive hike-in campsites along Hadlow Trail—about a mile away from parking. Each campsite has pit toilets, bear-proof lockers, and tent pads. Fishing at Turner Pond is available for those with a VA state fishing license, which can be purchased in town from local vendors. For campers with kids, check out the Children’s Discovery Area rife with nature, especially on the well-marked .7-mile TRACK trail.

Cedar Creek & Belle Grove National Historical Park

Cedar Creek & Belle Grove National Historical Park encompasses two historically significant Shenandoah Valley locations: the Battle of Cedar Creek in the Civil War and the Belle Grove Plantation. The park offers interpretive historical ranger programs, alongside self-guided and ranger-led tours through battlefields, soldier camps, and the plantation house. The rest of the park is also based on the history of the area, with hiking trails following trenches built by Union soldiers in 1864. There’s no camping in the park, but many privately owned campgrounds nearby welcome tents and RVs to campsites with hot showers and potable water.

When to go

Winchester has a humid continental climate, with hot summers and mild winters. Lots of parks and campgrounds stay open year-round, though some areas may be more difficult to get to with snowfall. Campers love heading to Winchester in May to hit the Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival, where Winchester’s surrounding orchards have earned it the moniker “Apple Capital of the World.” In summer, campers can enjoy water activities in temperatures that range from 62°F to 83°F.

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