Virginia Cabins Great September Getaway!

With a nip of fall in the air, Virginia Cabins are a Great Getaway for anyone wanting to experience the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia up close and personal, without having to rough it! Kids are back in school, the leaves start putting on their fall colors, and traffic in the mountains drops off to a […]

Close to Nature w/o Roughing It! -Robin Zeiger, Richmond VA

Jonathan and I had a wonderful time. Edgewood was the nicest cabin we have stayed in. Although we love coming with our kids, it was wonderful to have time alone to connect as a couple. We have forgotten how much we like to hike. We also value being close enough to nature without having to […]

Art in Virginia at the Artisans Center of Virginia

The Artisans Center of Virginia, the state’s official center for fine craft, located in Waynesboro, features a 4,000 square foot retail gallery of Virginia Made crafts, plus two exhibition venues.  For the month of August, the featured exhibitor is Jo Anne Farrell, displaying “Traditions from the Past, an Exhibit of Nantucket and Traditional Baskets.”  Jo Anne […]

Music Fest at Wintergreen Resort

The 3rd annual Blue Ridge Music Fest is coming up at Wintergreen Resort, Saturday, August 16.  This year, Robin and Linda Williams and Their Fine Group returns with a unique blend of bluegrass, folk, old-time and acoustic country that truly merits the title of “American Music.”  Also returning will be the Deer Creek Boys, winners […]

13 Years and No Vacation! –David & Miriam Venable, VA Beach, VA

After being married for 13 years and no vacation. In 1995 my husband and I spent our first real vacation in Cabin Troutwood. We really needed a getaway especially since we had four children. Our experience with the cabins and the owners has been terrific. The serenity and calmness you feel while vacationing in the […]

Hike Crabtree Falls for Breathtaking Views

While at Cabin Creekwood, many of our guests enjoy hiking Crabtree Falls.  Located about 1/2 hour away, Crabtree Falls is the highest vertical-drop cascading falls east of the Mississippi River, dropping a total of 1,200 feet.  Total distance if you decide to go all the way to the end and back is about 6 miles, […]

Bird Watching in the Blue Ridge Mountains

At Rockfish Gap near Waynesboro, you can spend a whole day bird watching.  Many birds follow the Blue Ridge as they migrate both north and south.  You might see eagles, hawks, falcons, and many other smaller birds.  Make sure to bring your bird guide and mark off the birds you identify.

Ice Cream Shop Opens in Waynesboro

What better way to end a busy day of exploring in the Shenandoah Valley than to top it off with ice cream!  We’ve been enjoying the famous, custard style ice cream at Klines in Staunton for years, and finally there is a Klines in Waynesboro as well.  Opened just a couple of months ago, Klines in […]

Two Kayaks, Three Times the Fun!

Due to changes in Forest Service regulations, and the enforcement of those regulations, Cabin Creekwood is no longer able to provide canoe and kayak rentals for Sherando Lake. We apologize for any inconvenience. That’s right.  Two kayaks don’t just double the fun, they triple it!  Of course you can’t use two kayaks at once, at […]

Wintergreen Summer Music Festival

This is France week at the Wintergreen Summer Music Festival.  All kinds of exciting events are in store for you, including: Chamber Music Concert An Evening of French Cabaret Interview of Chanteuse Helene Delavault of France Academy Concert French Wine Tasting Classical Concert and more Prices for events vary.  For more information contact Wintergreen Performing […]