Browning Fork Trailhouse

Gilbert, WV

Browning Fork Trailhouse is located in the Gilbert area off the Rockhouse Trail. It is conveniently located in the rural community of Browning Fork surrounded by mountains and trails. Browning Fork Trailhouse provides their guests with a unique environment defined by the natural beauty of the Appalachian Mountains and the southern hospitality of its people. It offers five separate facilities. The trailhouses can be rented separately or combined to easily accommodate large groups of 40 or more. Each spacious unit is fully furnished to meet the needs of the riders. The trailhouses have air conditioning and heat, cable TV, gas grills, picnic tables, campfire sites, and ample parking. Washers and dryers are available. The owners are authorized vendors to sell permits and souvenirs for the Hatfield McCoy Trail System.

Browning Fork Trailhouse is open 365 days a year. Check in is from 3pm until 11pm. Check out is at 11am. Early arrivals and late check outs are honored when possible.

A five percent discount is given to return customers and a five percent discount is given to active military personnel. A ten percent discount is given for a stay of at least seven consecutive days. A winter discount of twenty five percent is given from December the thirty first until February the twenty eighth.

A full refund minus a twenty five dollar handling fee is given for cancellations made at least thirty days before arrival. The customer is responsible for the full balance if cancelled with less than thirty days before arrival.

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