Chose CRSP for our annual Mother-Daughter (she's 21) weekend. We stayed in a standard cabin for 2. We loved it. When you walk in you have a full size bed, table/chairs, rocking chair, dresser, and beautiful stone fireplace. Cabin was clean and cozy. Separate full kitchen, no microwave. Bathroom with shower. Limited cell service but had enough to use my Spring HotSpot, however, still not enough to do anything major. Nice old doors and totally log cabin inside and out. Resort provides lots of firewood and matches. We were in the upper loop so very quiet, usually saw deer in woods coming and going. Nice to leave the windows open and hear the sounds of the forest while we slept.
The Beach - very nice sandy beach with lifeguards. Areas for sun or shade. Snack bar on beach reasonable prices. Water is clear and sand goes out to rope borders. There is also a separate diving platform. Lockers and showers.
Horseback Riding - Enjoyed 10am ride; nice peaceful ride through the woods; saw about 14 deer including one buck. Staff were great.
Lodge - Game room downstairs has very outdated arcade games and about half are out of order but there is ping pong, pool, air hockey, and a very quaint shuffleboard game that is part of the original floor.
Lodge Restaurant - The best Cream of Crab soup we have eaten! The price is worth it! Generous Lump Crab meat. I got a bowl with the Friday buffet - big mistake - I was stuffed with the soup and rolls (also delicious). I bought bowls on Saturday for dinner in our cabin. Then I took an order home on Sunday for my husband - he agreed it was the best and he did not even mind the price ($8.99/bowl) for him that says a lot.
Buffets - We had the Friday Spaghetti/Lasagna buffet -good food & price $12.99. Saw the menus for Saturday night and Sunday lunch buffet looked good too and reasonably priced. They also have a menu if you prefer.
Nature Center - great staff. Played Nature Bingo, learned about the corn snake, and challenged my daughter to a scavenger hunt in the woods. Wish we could have attended more activities.
Fishing - I learned there are catfish, bass, and trout in the first lake. You will need to buy a Conservation Stamp $13 (yearly) then the $3 per day fee.
All staff we met were great. We will definitely come here again, either a day trip or longer. We live close in Winchester and Woodstock.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Cacapon Resort is a mountain lodge located in Cacapon State Park, named after its close proximity to Cacapon Mountain, the highest peak in the eastern panhandle of West Virginia. The four-season lodge provides easy access to outdoor recreation including hiking, beach swimming, fishing and the Robert Trent Jones, Sr. golf course. The lodge provides guests with a relaxing setting among scenic West Virginia landscape. The onsite guest lounge comes equipped with a TV, board games and fireplace, creating a cozy area for all seasons of the year. Cabins, cottages and bungalows rentals are also available. Cacapon Resort State Park Lodge is a nonsmoking facility. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Cacapon Resort State Park Hotel Berkeley Springs
- Cacapon Hotel Berkeley Springs
- Cacapon Hotel State Park