Looking for that perfect winter weekend getaway? Want to spend the Holidays away from the hustle and bustle? Need to spend some quality time with your family away from the television, telephones, and internet? We have just the getaway that you are looking for!
Staunton River State Park is excited to announce that we will be keeping four of our cabins open year round starting this winter.
The cabins here at Staunton River are historical landmarks and were built by the and take some time out just for you and your family. Everyone will feel refreshed and ready to tackle their hectic lifestyles after a little bit of time away.
Historically, we’ve kept the cabins closed from December until March. This year, we’ve decided to try our hand at winter rentals. There is nothing more inviting than a cozy cabin with a blazing fireplace on a cold winter’s afternoon. Can’t you just feel how warm the fire is upon your return from a brisk hike around the park? Situated on the tip of the peninsula between the Dan and Staunton Rivers, our cabins are rustic and relaxing, yet modern enough to make you feel right at home. Although the cabins are not “waterfront” during the winter season you do have a view of the rivers as they come together to form the mouth of Buggs Island Lake.
Just picture this: you and your family tucked away into a cabin overlooking a wandering river. A fire is blazing in the hearth, the kids have monopoly spread out on the table and are actually playing it, your wife is tucked up on the sofa with a book upon her lap and a smile upon her face, and the smell of popcorn fills your world. This could be you! It can become your reality one weekend during the upcoming winter season at .
Staunton River offers a haven to duck hunters, early fisherman, outdoor enthusiasts, and those who just want to escape for a little while. There is more to your park visit than just the swimming pool and summertime. Come discover the other seasons at Staunton River State Park. You can hike the trails, explore the shorelines of the rivers, or spend some time watching for Snowflake, our resident albino deer. We invite you to come and spend a winter weekend with us. Who knows, maybe we’ll even get some snow this year!
For information on other Winter Activities in Virginia, click here.