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Love Lewis mountains. We stay in the cabins, which have a bathroom, shower and a bed. They provide a campfire area with each cabin. It is truely a great place to "disconnect"! The staff in the camp store are a wealth of knowledge, be sure...More
I've stayed at this campground several times, and every visit is relaxing and soothing. It's small and intimate providing that personal touch larger campgrounds lack. George the host was helpful and welcoming. Randy at the camp store was informative and entertaining. This IS my home...More
Just thought I would update my past review to say how much we love this place. I shall, for my 80th Birthday, stay with my wonderful wife Catherine and faithful Mastiff dog Mr. Lambert. Randy and his wonderful staff continue to manage things here to...More
We traveled as two families and we stayed in cabins 5 and 6, which connect through a shared bathroom (toilet, sink and hot shower with towels included!) The cabin was right across the road from the store, which had helpful staff, free coffee and cocoa...More
My lady & I, along with Mrs Jones our service dog, just spent a wonderful week in Shenandoah, staying at Lewis Mountain Cabins. Definitely rustic - we had a two bedroom cabin with connecting bathroom so lots of space for the three of us. We...More
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Call Stanimals Hostel and Shuttle Service. They shuttled us from Thornton Gap back to our car at swift run. We met a few other hikers that were getting a ride back to the airport with them at Thornton as well.
So just down the road only 6 miles from Lewis Mountain is the Byrd Visitor center which you can easily spend a couple hours learning about the park and it's history. There are regular interpretive talks and movies. Just down... More
So just down the road only 6 miles from Lewis Mountain is the Byrd Visitor center which you can easily spend a couple hours learning about the park and it's history. There are regular interpretive talks and movies. Just down the hill in Luray the Caverns can be the perfect experience for rainy days. Each cabin at Lewis does have a covered porch which many visitors simply sit back and relax on. It can be a great way to take in the peace and serenity of the park.