Beaver Creek Reservoir-A Great Place to Paddle

There are so many things to do near our Virginia cabin rentals.  Just this past Friday, I went fishing with one of my buddies, Todd, on Beaver Creek Reservoir. We had seen that the Department of Game and Inland Fisheries predicted good bass fishing there, so we took his father-in-law’s boat, a small fishing boat […]

Festival of Wines at Wintergreen Resort

Wintergreen Performing Arts presents “A Festival of Wine and Food.”  Wine tastings from Virginia’s very best wineries will be offered throughout the day.  Enjoy an afternoon of wine, jazz, light fare, and cool mountain air.  The $20 admission includes a souvenir glass.  Proceeds support the extensive performance and educational activities of Wintergreen Performing Arts.   […]

Jeep Trails in Central Virginia

The ability to drive offroad is the most fun thing about owning a jeep!  To go places ordinary vehicles cannot go, and to see sights that most mortals do not have opportunity to.  The Stoney Run Jeep Trail is one such place, and is a fun thing to do while staying at our Virginia mountain […]

Horseback Riding in Virginia

For years, we’ve recommended Star B Stables to our Virginia cabin rental guests for horseback riding in Virginia.  That is, until owner Dale Bartley passed away in the summer of 2008.  Since then, we’ve struggled with finding a place closeby that guests could use.  Many of the stables that used to offer rides have recently stopped that […]

Fido Can Come To Our Pet Friendly Cabins Too!

That’s right!  You don’t have to leave Fido at home when coming to Cabin Creekwood, because we are a pet friendly lodging facility!  All nine of our Virginia cabin rentals are pet friendly cabins, from the one-bedroom Civil War cabin called Logwood, to the modern, convenient Edgewood. We know Fido will enjoy the mountains as […]

Virginia Cabin Rentals Best Choice for Graduation

Why settle for a hotel at graduation when you can stay in a Virginia cabin rental? A cabin rental is superior to a hotel in so many different ways: You have a lot more room to spread out inside a cabin You have comfortable, homey places to visit with family and friends You have a […]

Soap Box Derby

Are you looking for some good, clean family fun? The annual Blue Ridge Soapbox Derby Classic is fun for everyone. With a friendly, fair-like atmosphere, this downtown Waynesboro event is a blast to watch. Last year, nearly 80 racers, ages 8 to 17, flew down Main Street to compete for the prize. This year should […]

Mountain Bike Challenge – Wintergreen, VA

Do you have the backbone?  The Virginia Offroad Series presents “The Devils Backbone Challenge,” a mountain bike race through the scenic Virginia Blue Ridge Mountains.  Come test your skills and stamina against other mountain bikers in this grueling 12 mile event.  Categories include levels for expert, sport, and beginner for both men and women cyclists, with […]

Sherando Lake Area Trails

There are a number of good Virginia hiking trails in the Sherando Lake area, ranging from very easy for those just wanting a leisurely stroll through the woods, to fairly strenuous for folks who seek more adventure. The Cliff Trail, Lakeside Trail, and Upper Lake Trail are all short and easy walks near the two […]

Most Visited National Park in America

The Blue Ridge Parkway is the most visited of all the National Parks in America, according to research done by the National Park Service. This wonderful journey of 463 miles through the mountaintops of Virginia and North Carolina gives both the driver and the passengers a myriad of opportunities to enjoy beautiful mountain vistas, a […]