|West Virginia State Parks and Forests
State Park Lodges, Hotel, and Old Inn
|Ten of West Virginia's state parks and forests operate major lodges and hotels. Every lodge features restaurant(s), conference and meeting facilities, and a variety of other amenities and are open year-round.|
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State park restaurants are wonderful for special occasions: Mother’s Day, Father’s Day and other family gatherings.
Lodge complexes are smoke-free facilities.
Reservations via Internet
Lodge room, cabin and cottage reservations are available online at state parks with lodges. The internet program will guide users through the availability, rates and reservation process. Parks that do not have lodges do not have online reservations capabilities, but do take reservations via telephone. To check the availability of cabins at areas without lodges, view the availability chart provided weekly for general information.
Reservations via telephone
Parks with lodges have 24-hour desk staff to take telephone calls, reservations and questions regarding reservations or availability.
A toll free number is available via 800 CALLWVA for reservations only. As a tourism call center, the call center operation can answer many questions about West Virginia as well as parks and forests. This is not a 24-hour service, but is available at no cost to you for reservations or inquiries to a specific park.
Direct phone numbers for parks with lodges are listed above.
Reservations for rooms, cabins and cottages at parks with lodges will take reservations for these overnight facilities two years in advance. Areas with cabins and no lodges take reservations one year in advance.
Deposits and cancellations policies may vary from park to park.
Room and cabin cancellations must be made via the source the reservation was made. For how to cancel a reservation, click here.
Pets are permitted in designated cabins or lodge room units only. To learn the parks and forests with designated pet-friendly units click the pet policy statement for specific park information.
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