First time at this park for us. Celebrating a birthday. Too cold to tent camp this time of year so we rented a cabin. The cabin was surprisingly new and very well equipped. They have two, three and six bedroom cabins available with all linens, heat and AC. Our cabin had two decks, a grill and a fire pit, along with a covered and uncovered deck. We overlooked the river which is the south fork of the Shenandoah. There is kayaking, biking, canoeing and lots of hikes to take. All hikes are marked in their trail maps available at the visitor center. You can visit the park for the day, bring your tent or RV, or rent cabins. Your choice. You can also bring your horse to ride if you have one. If you are spending the night, reservations are a must. No swimming available at the park but you can wade in the river. Convenient to the Skyline Drive as well. Picnic area is also available.
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