Seneca State Forest

Enjoy the great outdoors by staying overnight in a rustic cabin designed to give you a look into early pioneer life in the region in the oldest State Forest in West Virginia, established in 1924. The cabins don’t have electricity or running water but they do have gas refrigerators and freezers, water from hand-pumped wells and vault toilets. One recently constructed accessible cabin includes supplementary gas heat. Their location, deep in the woods with the Greenbrier River flowing adjacent to a couple of them, make these cabins a perfect choice if you’re wanting a peaceful vacation respite. The cabins are fully equipped with pots and pans, bed linens and cleaning supplies – everything you need for a weekend or a week.

Visitors can also fish, kayak and canoe on the 4 acre and frequently stocked, Seneca Lake.