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What an amazing place! Shenandoah NP is just a fantastic getaway. We hadn't planned to stay in the park but after checking availability on a hunch we found that there was a cabin available. The site is so well maintained with a number of small...More
For the past several years we have spent Labor Day weekend in Shenandoah National Park, either tent camping or staying in a cabin. This was our first time in the Lewis Mountain Cabins, but we plan to come again. This campsite was smaller and more...More
These cabins are a great place to stay in the park. If you're not looking to camp, but still want a little solitude, this is for you.
The cabins are equipped with a full bathroom, but no kitchen. There is a nice covered picnic area...More
Special times can be spent on this place: authentic, kind of basic, very welcome, grounded and with the right 'vibe'. A place where my heartbeat decreased significantly for the good reasons. Be preparered before you go/travel and enjoy!
The children loved this place. The cabin was just what we wanted. Great views towards Blue Mountains. The main lodge was a throw back to 1800s good food and plenty of drinks great service and help with finding suitable trails for children to walk. keep...More
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Can't speak to the number of outlets, but the cabins are NOT housekeeping cabins (no kitchen or provisions for food prep indoors) but simply a bedroom & bathroom. Not really even a comfy chair to sit in--pretty basic. There... More
Can't speak to the number of outlets, but the cabins are NOT housekeeping cabins (no kitchen or provisions for food prep indoors) but simply a bedroom & bathroom. Not really even a comfy chair to sit in--pretty basic. There is a covered outdoor cooking/eating area with bear proofed storage container, fire pit, picnic table & chairs. You need to bring your own kitchen gear. Weather was so icky when we were there we never took advantage of this area, just ate at the Wayside. We sat in chairs on the porch until it got too cold, which was an issue inside the cabin as well--we had unseasonably cold & rainy weather, actually left a day early.