Secluded West Virginia Cabin Rental on the Edge of Monongahela National ForestRiverton, West Virginia (United States of America)
Secluded West Virginia Cabin Rental on the Edge of Monongahela National Forest
"A fantastic getaway minutes away from Spruce Knob and other outdoorsy destinations! I’d definitely recommend it to anyone looking to stay in the area."
Riverton accommodation: outdoor getaways in West Virginia
Life is crazy yet monotonous. You need a breather and an adventure. You need to get away for a few days. At this cabin, awesome mountain adventures are just outside your door. At the end of the day, return to your Home Away from Home for a campfire and a long night’s rest. Please read the following description of the cabin so you know what to expect.
The cabin is situated right along the route to Spruce Knob and is just 20 minutes from Seneca Rocks. Other popular attractions are located within a reasonable driving distance from the property as well.
The property borders the national forest, so hiking and all the other things that you like to do in nature are right there.
The cabin has comfortable sleeping for up to 4 people with a queen bed in the bedroom and a sleep sofa in the living area. Bedding is provided.
For your convenience, you will find a full bath, stocked with clean linens.
As for food preparation, the cabin has a kitchenette with a single-burner hot plate, a microwave, four-cup coffee pot, and a small refrigerator. Note: please do not drink the tap water; there will be several bottles of drinking water at the cabin to get you started; after that, you will need to provide your own.
Outside, you will find a country-style front porch where you can just relax and let the world go by while enjoying nature.
There is also a fire pit, park-style grill, and a picnic table, because what vacation to the mountains is complete without a campfire and grilled burgers ?!
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Please note that we do not allow early check-ins or late check-outs. Check-in is anytime after 4 pm, and check-out is 11:00 am or before.
Also note: if you come in the winter, you’ll want to bring an AWD if snow is in the forecast for this area.
Guests can access all of the cabin living space. There is just one locked closet for cleaning supplies.
Other things to note
It is best to come in an all-wheel drive vehicle in snow months. The cabin is at 3000 ft elevation.
Please do not drink the tap water at the cabin. You will find several bottles of water under the kitchen sink. Other than that, you will need to bring drinking water.
This is a disconnect-from-it-all-and-recharge-in-nature vacation. (: You won’t have cell service or WiFi at the cabin. WiFi can be accessed at the Gateway Family Restaurant 3 miles away or at Yokum’s in Seneca Rocks.
- 2 Queen-size beds
- 1 Sofa bed
- Air conditioning
- Private Barbecue
- Hot water
Check-in: From 04:00 PM
Check out: 11:00 AM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
No Pets allowed
- No events
Open fires allowed
Minimum age to rent: 21
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Riverton, West Virginia (United States of America)
Detailed location provided after booking
- National Park
- Winter sports
- Horseback riding
- Wildlife watching
This West Virginia cabin rental boasts a secluded location on a hill in Riverton and provides the perfect setting for a weekend getaway in the great outdoors. Surrounded by lush woodlands, unique wildflowers that bloom during spring, and an abundance of resident wildlife, glampers opting to stay here can immerse themselves in nature while enjoying all the comforts of home. Intrepid glampers can explore the numerous hiking and walking trails that snake through dense forests and provide incredible insights into the fauna and flora of the area.
Spruce Knob-Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area boasts thousands of acres in the Monongahela National Forest and offers plenty to do. For the adventure-seekers, this natural area boasts fantastic rock climbing opportunities, while avid anglers can head over to Spruce Knob Lake and go fishing for the day. Furthermore, Blackwater Falls State Park is named after the amber waters of the Blackwater Falls, an impressive 57-foot thundering waterfall tinted by the tannic acid of fall red spruce needles and hemlock. Here, glampers can explore the 20-mile trail and admire sublime views all year-round.