Unique Places to Stay
At West Virginia State Parks, we offer accommodations for every traveler – including those looking to cross an otherworldly stay off their bucket list.
Whether you dream of spending the night at a higher elevation (3,445 feet above sea level) to get the perfect view of a starry night sky, or are looking to experience the way locals lived in the early 1900s.
Thorny Mountain Fire Tower
Located above dense forest, the Thorny Mountain Fire Tower offers 360 views you’ll never forget. Located in the heart of Seneca State Forest, guests can reserve an exclusive overnight in this 1935 restored fire tower. Make your reservations up to a year in advance because this unique attraction books up fast.
Cass Company Houses
Mountain train rides, rich history, what could be better than a stay at Cass Scenic Railroad State Park? This historic park offers guests the option to reserve old-fashioned company houses from the early 1900’s.
Tomlinson Run Yurts
Looking to take your camping trip to the next level? Book a stay in one of Tomlinson Run State Park’s famous yurts. These yurts come equipped with all you’ll need for a convenient and cozy camping trip.
The Old Inn
The first lodge in the West Virginia State Parks system, the Old Inn at Cacapon Resort State Park is a unique, 12-room log structure surrounded by beautiful scenery and overlooks the parks 18-hole champion golf course.
Ranger Outpost Cabin
Accessed via a 3.3-mile hike into the forest, the Ranger Outpost Cabin at Camp Creek State Park and Forest is a one-of-a-kind cabin and the ultimate secluded, mountain escape. Beautiful views and outdoor adventures await at Camp Creek State Park and Forest.