Four Big Reasons to Vacation in Tiny Cabins at West Virginia State Parks

 The tiny house movement is revolutionizing how we live and vacation. West Virginia’s Babcock and Cacapon Resort state parks have joined the movement and are now offering guests the opportunity to stay in mini (economy) cabins. They are the perfect size, cozy, efficient and affordable. So, review these reasons to book your tiny cabin today! Then pack lightly and get ready to enjoy the great outdoors.

1. Accommodations for the Whole Family

Fit for family and friends, state park tiny cabins offer a combination of living/dining/sleeping room space for guests. There are build-in double or single size bunk beds that allow each of these cabins to accommodate up to four people.

2. Small Space with Essential Comforts

Guests do not lose amenities with the small space, as state park tiny cabins are equipped with everything you may need! Each has a bathroom with shower, window-mounted heating and cooling units and all of the essentials, from cooking utensils to plush bath towels.

3. Indoor/Outdoor Living at its Finest

The tiny cabins are minimalistic in design, but they offer the indoor/outdoor living space everyone loves. State park tiny cabins come with individual screened porches so guests can enjoy the tranquil beauty of the natural surroundings, no matter the weather.

4. Small Cabin. Big Savings.

State Park mini-cabins rent at very affordable rates that would make any bargain hunter proud. At less than $100, guests can book a night at a Cacapon mini-cabin for just $72 a night or stay at a Babcock tiny cabin as low as $54 a night.

Reservations for these one-of-a-kind accommodations book quickly, so be sure to plan your tiny living trip today!