You can't beat staying in the Park. These rustic cabins date from the 1930s, a piece of history of this National Park. The room was clean and the bed was comfortable. The bathroom is tiny, but functional. Daily cleaning service is not provided, but you can get clean towels from the camp store. Each unit has a fire pit and picnic table, but we ate breakfast and dinner at the lodges (just a few miles away). We enjoyed sitting out on the little porch (comfy chairs) and reading. We were in cabin 7 (across from the camp store & public showers) which has pretty constant activity until later in the evening when it quieted down.
- 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