Have you ever spent the night at Hungry Mother State Park?
We do not live close to Hungry Mother State Park, but we sure love it! The lake, the park, the hiking trails, and the views are magnificent! If you have ever wondered what it is like to stay in a cabin or lodge at this park, allow me to share an inside view for you, it is worth the drive!
The state parks cabins vary from park to park from the more rustic and original CCC Cabins, to modern newer cabins. Hungry Mother has some beautiful rustic woodsy cabins for your to enjoy! Come on out to the mountains of Virginia…
Visit Hungry Mother State Park near Marion, VA
The beach is open!
Lodge at Hungry Mother Dining Room
Living room at the lodge at Hungry Mother
A lodge bedroom at Hungry Mother State Park
Last one in is a rotten egg!
About Hungry Mother Lodge
Hungry Mother Lodge – Six bedroom lodge (Sleeps 15 maximum). It's a great place for a get-together. (There are no bed rentals for lodge.) Saturday – Saturday weekly rental. This log lodge offers a view of the park. It was originally built by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) in the 1930s. Handicapped accessible. Interior logs have been stained in a light finish.
Six bedrooms: Master bedroom with a double bed, three bedrooms with queen size beds, one with two sets of bunk beds (making four beds), and one bedroom with a single bed and a set of bunk beds (making three beds). The lodge sleeps 15; no cots are for rent.
- – TV-VCR in living area.
- – Kitchen: Refrigerator, dishwasher, stove, coffeemaker, dishes, dishcloth, a few dish towels, silverware, cooking utensils, pots and pans, microwave oven, toaster, clock radios. Also includes rustic furniture and linens (one set per person). Lodge is climate controlled (heat and AC). Bring food, dish detergent, extra dish towels, coffee filters, coffee, salt and pepper, nonstick cooking spray, extra bath towels, bodywash/soap, board games or cards.
- – Porch
- – Large deck and picnic shelter
- – Washer and dryer
- – Gas grill
- – Horseshoe pits (bring your own horseshoes)
- – Gas fireplace
To learn more about the cabins click here.
Hungry Mother State Park in southwestern Virginia is noted for its woodlands and lake. Easily accessible from Interstate 81, this park has folklore and history, swimming, camping, cabin rentals, boat rentals, hiking and the park system’s first conference center. The park is one of six original Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) parks in Virginia that opened in June 1936.
Drive Time: Northern Va., six hours; Richmond, five hours; Tidewater/Norfolk/Virginia Beach, six hours; Roanoke, two hours. Click here for a Google Map.
Cabins, camping, and Hungry Mother Lodge (Reservation Center).For information on availability of overnight accommodations, particular park amenities or to make a reservation, you canClick here for park fees.
Click herefor details on reservation cancelation and transfer policies. A fee is charged per pet per night for overnight stays.
To learn more about any of the 35 beautiful Virginia State Parks and to see a map of all park locations click here.
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