Michie Tavern – An Historic Dining Experience

Recently my mother and sister came to visit, and while they were here, we took them to eat at Michie Tavern in Charlottesville. We had been wanting to experience that for about 15 years, but for some reason never took the time. I can report that it is an experience worth having. Pulling onto the […]

Virginia Hot Glass Festival April 28-29, 2012

At the Virginia Hot Glass Festival in Staunton, watch as artists from around the region give live glassblowing, flame working, and bead making demonstrations.  This annual festival is held at Sunspots Studio in downtown Staunton, and is the only art show of its kind in Virginia that is devoted to hot glass artistry.   This year […]

Riverfest in Waynesboro – Fun for the Whole Family

Riverfest in Waynesboro will be held on Saturday, April 28, 2012. This free annual event is designed to promote environmental conservation and watershed stewardship in the Shenandoah River Basin. Events and activities throughout the day will be appreciated by both adults and children. There will be Reptile Shows, Canoe Rides, Kids Arts & Crafts, Stream […]

12th Annual Virginia Fly Fishing Festival to be Held April 21-22

The 12th annual Virginia Fly Fishing Festival will be held in Waynesboro, VA on April 21 and 22. This annual festival is the perfect place to find out more about this fascinating and addictive sport. Free lectures and paid classes are held throughout both days, on many fly fishing topics including casting, fly tying, casting […]

Sherando Lake Canoe & Kayak Rentals

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 use on Sherando Lake. Sherando Lake is a great place to relax and enjoy the outdoors. It is known locally as “the jewel of the Blue Ridge,” and when […]

Cycling in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia

  The Blue Ridge Parkway and the surrounding communities are a wonderful place to cycle any time of year, but especially in the spring. Hundreds of cyclists travel south in the early spring to take advantage of the warm weather, and get an advantage over their competition. We frequently host cyclists from Quebec and the […]

Green Valley Book Fair – March 10-25

  The Green Valley Book Fair’s first opening of 2012 features over 125,000 new books at super discounted prices!  Hundreds of brand new titles make this a treasure trove for the book lover.  You’ll find new arrivals in nearly all catergories, including children’s books, best selling authors in both fiction and non-fiction, military history, craft […]

Jordan’s Favorite Activities

by Jordan Horst My name is Jordan Horst. I was born and raised at Cabin Creekwood. For fifteen years I have lived out here and have had to find ways to stay entertained. Today I’m going to provide some local insight on activities in the area.   One of my favorite things to do in […]

Wintergreen Ski Packages Available

  Although skiing has gotten off to a slow start this year, the return of cold weather promises great skiing and snowboarding action for the rest of the 2012 winter. Cabin Creekwood offers Wintergreen ski packages, combining the best of both worlds – a day at the slopes and the peace, quiet, and privacy of […]

50% Discount – Facebook Special!

Hi there, It really is true! That Facebook ad that you clicked on wasn’t lying. We are offering a last minute 50% discount for cabins rented between March 1 and 15. Here are the instructions: Click here to open the reservation form in a new window. Enter the number of people and at least two […]