Cabins in West Virginia

The Mountain State has everything you need for an action-packed cabin getaway.

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Cabins in West Virginia guide

Overview

West Virginia is "Almost Heaven" say the lyrics of "Take Me Home, Country Roads," and if your idea of an outdoor adventure involves mountain views, lush rivers, and cascading waterfalls, you'll find it in the Mountain State. Epic hikes? Check in to a mountain cabin or chalet near Harpers Ferry, the gateway to the Appalachian National Scenic Trail, or snag a rustic cabin rental in the Monongahela National Forest or Greenbrier State Forest. Big thrills? Try rock climbing at Seneca Rocks, ziplining in the New River Gorge National Park, or whitewater rafting in the Gauley River National Recreation Area. Many West Virginia cabin rentals are available year-round, so choose a cozy cabin with a fire pit or a luxury log cabin with a hot tub through the snowy months (December through March). Blackwater Falls State Park and Canaan Valley State Park both have two- to four-bedroom cabins with ski resorts and snowshoe trails.

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