Spruce Knob Mountain Center

Circleville, WV

Spruce Knob Mountain Center (SKMC) is a 400 acre high-elevation nature preserve located in the Potomac Highlands of West Virginia. The Potomac Highlands feature some of the darkest night skies in the Eastern U.S., the highest peak in the state (Spruce Knob), the healthiest streams in the state, extensive Red Spruce and northern hardwood forests, natural springs, and numerous caves. SKMC offers unique yurts for lodging accommodations.

Camping at the Spruce Knob Mountain Center costs $15 per person, per night. This includes access to bathroom and shower facilities. Dormitory beds are available as well, for $25 a night. We also have three small, private guest yurts nestled up against the spruce forest for $60 per night apiece.

With a minimum group of ten people, delicious home-cooked meals are available for an additional $30 per person, per day. Classroom and meeting space is available for a small additional fee.

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