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 and everything we needed, such as wood and extra matches, t-shirts and national park swag. Each half of the cabin had a comfortable and clean double bed, along with a dresser, hangers and table with two chairs. It is spacious for a couple. Since we are a family, our three kids slept on mats on the floor and with the heater, they slept very comfortably, though we must have looked like a can of sardines as the 5 of us took up all the horizontal space. The kids loved building campfires and playing around the campground, which has short hikes, but we also enjoyed taking the waterfall hike and going to the visitor's center. I loved just sitting in the woods with my binoculars watching birds. Very peaceful and quiet.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A 32 site campground with laundry and shower facilities. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Lewis Mountain Campground Hotel Shenandoah National Park