Exploring the mountains of West Virginia is always an incredible adventure for all. Around the state many of our state parks and beautiful resorts offer lodging and outdoor recreation that are accessible. Start planning an incredible West Virginia mountain getaway.

Capon Springs and Farms

Escape to the mountains and discover Almost Heaven views and experience rest and relaxation at Capon Springs and Farms. At Capon Springs and Farms, you’ll find 14 charming guest cottages ranging from 2-2 rooms in them. Many of the guest cottages have a number of wheelchair accessible rooms. The beautiful Main House features four rooms with climate control for guests with mobility and respiratory challenges.

Onsite there’s a little bit of something for everyone. Relax and unwind at the Hygeia Bath House and Spa, enjoy homemade, comfort food, take time to fish or simply just take in the beautiful views of the area.

Lost River State Park

If you’re looking for a peaceful mountain escape, then Lost River State Park is the place for you. Nestled in the woody mountains of Hardy County, this 3,934-acre park features two accessible vacation cabins you can book during any season. These modern cabins have heating and air conditioning, gas fireplaces, a fully equipped kitchen, and more.

The park offers a variety of recreational facilities that will keep the whole family busy. For a more low-key adventure, pack a lunch and utilize one of their many picnic shelters throughout the park. Take time to appreciate the fresh air and peaceful views.

Canaan Valley

Found in the heart of Tucker County, the outdoor experiences at Canaan Valley will not disappoint. Both Canaan Valley Resort State Park and Blackwater Falls State Park are great for those wanting a break from the hustle and bustle of city life. And to top it off, each park offers endless accessible accommodations. Both lodges have accessible rooms to ensure every guest has a great stay, and Canaan Valley Resort has two accessible cabins as well.

Take in the scenery of Blackwater Falls using the park’s Gentle Trail, a 0.2-mile, wheelchair accessible path that offers an unforgettable, birds-eye view of the amber waters. If you find yourself in The Valley during the winter time, head over to Canaan Valley Ski Resort. They offer adaptive ski lessons, which provide highly specialized equipment such as sit-skis, sliders, and stand-up outriggers and incredible instructors.

Stonewall Resort State Park

Stonewall Resort State Park is perfect for a luxurious, hidden retreat in the hills. The 2600-acre Stonewall Lake is the park’s main attraction, offering outdoor water activities and more than 80 miles of shoreline to explore. The resort truly lives up to its tagline, “Close to nature. Far from ordinary.” Wake up to incredible views from your private deck at their accessible cottage. Situated lakeside, this two bedroom rustic cottage sleeps up to six people and is equipped with a front door ramp as well as grab bars in the bathroom.

Test your angler skills at their accessible fishing pier, rejuvenate at the Mountain Laurel Spa, or grab a bite at one of their three onsite restaurants.

Watoga State Park

Bigger is better at Watoga State Park, West Virginia’s largest park. Covering over 10,000 acres, Watoga offers an outdoor oasis just waiting to be discovered. They have 10 modern cabins, two of which are accessible and available for bookings all year round. If you’re looking for a more off-the-grid experience, you can reserve accessible campsites at the park from February 15 – March 14.

Watoga is the perfect destination for nature and history lovers alike. The neighboring Droop Mountain Battlefield State Park is home to an onsite Civil War museum, exhibiting relics and other items from the 1863 Battle at Droop Mountain– great for any history buff.

The Resort at Glade Springs

Hospitality, picturesque grounds, cozy accommodations and so much more await at the Resort at Glade Springs. The Resort at Glade Springs includes many accessible rooms ranging from a two-room king suite to a spacious manor house suite.

Onsite you’ll find Spa Orange, which offers a variety of massages, body treatments and facials. The resort also features delicious dining options including Glade’s Grill, Small Talk Café, Bunkers Sports Bar and the Rotunda Restaurant. With so many amenities onsite you’ll never have to leave the resort.