Midseason at Virginia State Parks means a serious savings. The official end of peak season was Labor Day, so this means we are officially in midseason, and this equates to a greater discounted rate for cabin stays!
Cabin 2 at Natural Tunnel State Park in September is simply gorgeous
Picture yourself here with your morning cup of coffee taking in this view
Hold hands with your sweetie on this rocking chair built for two
There's no need to eat out when you can fix a romantic dinner at the cabin
Cuddle in front of a crackling fire in the evening
As much as I love to go to our state parks in the summer months, the end of Summer into early Fall is my favorite! The kids are back in school and the parks are less crowded, the trails are still there, filled with wildlife and the sights and sounds of the great outdoors!
Typical savings would be:
1 bedroom cabin in peak season was $557 per week, in midseason it is now $501 per week, that is a savings of $56!
2 bedroom cabin in peak season was $643 per week, in midseason it is now $578 per week, that is a savings of $65!
Midseason is Labor Day thru November 30 at the following parks:
- Bear Creek Lake
- Belle Isle
- Chippokes Plantation
- First Landing
- Yurt Closes Labor Day
- RVs Close first Mon in Dec
- Lake Anna
- Southwest Virginia Museum
- Staunton River
- Twin Lakes
Midseason isLabor Day thru September 30,
November 1-November 30 at the following parks:
- Claytor Lake
- Fairy Stone
- Hungry Mother
- James River
- Natural Tunnel
- Shenandoah River
- Smith Mt Lake
Click here to view a PDF of all fees and rates.
Click here to learn more about Virginia State Park cabins.
Click here to check availability and reserve your cabin online, or call 1-800-933-PARK.
THERE ARE 35 VIRGINIA STATE PARKS TO CHOOSE FROM, WHERE DOYOU WANT TO GO?