We thoroughly enjoyed our stay –Jerry & Bridget

We thoroughly enjoyed our stay in the cabin.  The weather was good and we enjoyed walking together, the Grand Caverns, and shopping.  The Blue Ridge Parkway was really nice, and we were surprised to find it was so close to here.  I would recommend Cabin Creekwood to everyone!  –Jerry & Bridget, Gates, NC

Waterfalls in the Shenandoah National Park

Everybody loves a waterfall, whether a small trickle in a mountain stream, or a thundering cascade like Niagara!  Shenandoah National Park boasts a number of great waterfall hikes, easily accessed from the Skyline Drive. Jones Run Falls is located on Skyline Drive, and is accessed at milepost 84.1, near the southern end of the drive.  […]

Great Retreat for Families and Couples – Jonathan & Faith Histand

We thoroughly loved this little cabin.  We found it to be a place where we could relax and enjoy each other.  Since this was our first wedding anniversary, we wanted somewhere where we could be alone and not have to worry about cell phones and other distractions.  We had a great time together.  Saturday we […]

Skyline Drive Designated National Historic Landmark by Governor Tim Kaine

Virginia Gov. Timothy Kaine announced Friday, October 24 that the 105-mile Skyline Drive, which begins in Shenandoah National Park near Waynesboro and extends to Front Royal, has been designated a national historic landmark by U.S. Secretary of the Interior Dirk Kempthorne. The designation is the highest ranking bestowed by the U.S. government on a historic resource […]

Re-Live History at this Living History Presentation of Life with Daniel Boone

Nov 1, 2008–Frontiersman Simon Kenton, a.k.a. Mel Hankla of Jamestown, Ky., will recount his life in Virginia and frontier Kentucky with Daniel Boone. He will also display and discuss a signed Conrad Humble long rifle. Gun maker Conrad Humble lived in Rockingham County from the 1750s until about 1782 when he moved to Bourbon County, […]

Comfortable, Cozy Cabin –Sally & Mark Barstow, Franklin NY

Our family has just concluded a five-day gathering to celebrate our parents’ 50th anniversary.  Four families occupied three cabins.  It has been a very comfortable stay.  Close proximity to great hiking and a beautiful pool to cool off in.  We gathered around the campfire each night to hear more stories of our parents growing up […]

Wonderful Time at Virginia Rental Cabin! –John & Connie Bristol

I just wanted to drop you a “thank you” note for the wonderful time my family had at Cabin Creekwood. We loved the cabin. The setting is beautiful and very peaceful. We will be returning for many years to come! Also, I wrote about our trip on my blog and highly recommended CC. You can […]

200 Year Old Cabin “So Cozy” –Jason & Kristy, Chesapeake, VA

What a neat experience being able to stay in a 200 year old cabin.  You can tell a lot of love was put into rebuilding this place.  It is so cozy.  we loved building fires and relaxing.  We fished at Sherando Lake, one of the prettiest places we’ve ever been.  Thank you for the “tender […]

Frontier Culture Museum

Located in Staunton, this outdoor living-history museum exhibits German, Scotch-Irish, English, American and Bowman farm buildings.  Original buildings in each of these styles have been dismantled, shipped, and reassembled here for display.   This unique museum gives visitors insight into the backgrounds of early American immigrants.  Further, it depicts the effect these immigrants had on […]

Woke Up to Snow!–Janna & Tadd Morris, Harrisburg, PA

This was our first visit to Cabin Creekwood.  Tadd participated in a 50k trail run starting and ending at Sherando Lake Saturday morning.  we were so surprised to wake up to snow!  He ran the race in shorts, but the weather turned out worse than we thought it would as it snowed all day Saturday.  […]