Your guide to campsites with a side of luxury in West Virginia

Are you a fan of the outdoors but not ready to commit to sleeping in a tent? We’ve got you covered! From spending a night in a decked-out treehouse to cozying up by the fire in a log cabin, there is no shortage of luxury campsites in West Virginia. With locations across the state, no matter where your adventure takes you, there is sure to be a luxury campsite nearby!

Buffalo Trails Cabins

Need a place to stay after a long day of ATV riding on the infamous Hatfield McCoy Trails? Look no further than Buffalo Trails Cabins! Whether you are traveling alone or with the whole family, Buffalo Trails is home to cabins that sleep anywhere from 1 to 20 people. Other accommodations include RV campsites, treehouses, and cottages. Thinking about booking? Click here for more information!

The Cabins at Pine Haven

Located near Beckley, Pine Haven is home to treehouses, cabins, a lodge and conference facility. Their Ten Luxury Log Cabins come with many modern amenities, including full kitchens, hot tubs, and Wi-Fi to name a few. Their two treehouses are also loaded with modern amenities which include mini kitchens, hot tubs, Wi-Fi, and satellite premium TV. For more information about these luxurious campsites click here!

County Road Cabins  

Rest your head after a long day of exploring the New River Gorge region in the Country Road Cabin’s newest edition, the Holly Rock Tree House. Built around a 75-foot-tall chestnut oak tree, you will most definitely not be sleeping near the ground, for this tree house is anchored 15 feet in the air. Featuring large windows and deck wrapping around the outside, you can be as close to nature as you want while still enjoying the modern amenities inside. Interested? Click here for more information.

Spruce Knob Mountain Center

Keep your Spruce Knob adventure going all night during your stay in one of Spruce Knob Mountain Center’s yurts. Nestled near the boundary of the Monongahela National Forest and just below the summit of Spruce Knob Mountain, these yurts allow visitors to experience many outdoor activities, while having a sheltered place to sleep. Make sure to take part in an outdoor education course during your stay to expand your knowledge about the Spruce Knob area. All yurts are rented through AirBnB, too learn more about these yurts and their availability, visit their listing here!

Grand Vue Park

Nestled in the Eastern Panhandle, Grand Vue is the perfect location for your family’s next weekend getaway. Home to four luxury cabins, three deluxe cabins, four standard cabins, and one premier cabin, there is room for families big and small. Pets are family, too right? Grand Vue’s standard cabins sleep up to 12 guests and are pet friendly! Click here to book your stay today.

This post was last updated on August 3, 2020