What are the popular point of interests near where I can stay when traveling to Cabins?

VRBO offers a large selection of vacation rentals near lovely places in Cabins. From VRBO travelers, the top most popular points of interest to stay for a holiday trip or just for a weekend are:

  • Smoke Hole Caverns: 250 vacation rentals
  • Canaan Valley Resort State Park: 224 vacation rentals
  • Seneca Rocks: 247 vacation rentals
  • West-Whitehill Winery: 63 vacation rentals
  • Top Kick's Military Museum: 212 vacation rentals

But there are many other points of interest around Cabins listed on VRBO where you can find your place to stay. Please use our search bar to access the selection of vacation rentals available near the point of interest of your choice.

Can I rent Houses in Cabins?

Yes, of course. VRBO has 15 Houses in Cabins. Our other popular types of vacation rentals in Cabins include:

    Can I find a vacation rental with internet/wifi in Cabins?

    Yes, you can select your prefered vacation rental with internet/wifi among our 13 vacation rentals with internet/wifi available in Cabins. Please use our search bar to access the selection of vacation rentals available.

      Travel to Cabins for pure West Virginia wilderness

      Cabins is a small, quaint, and welcoming township based on the banks of the glistening North Fork South Branch Potomac River in forest-blanketed Grant County, West Virginia. It’s situated within the Spruce Knob-Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area, itself part of the Monongahela National Forest, a seemingly-endless ocean of ash, red spruce, and fir trees rolling across misty mountain hills, waterfalls, and pastel-blue lakes. Cabins’ vacation rentals include many cabins and lodges – from luxury family-sized homes to cozy and secluded 2-person getaways.

      Outdoor excursions in and around Cabins

      The Spruce Knob-Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area lends itself to an array of enthralling outdoor activities and adventures. There are many dedicated hiking and mountain biking trails that twist and wind throughout the 100,000-acre wilderness, leading to secluded ponds, rushing waterfalls, and idyllic starry-sky forest clearings with campgrounds. There are plenty of peaceful and shady river and creek-front locations for catch-and-release fishing, too – the waters are rich with wild brook and rainbow trout.

      Rock climbing and misty mountain tops near Cabins

      Booking a Cabins vacation rental means embracing the rejuvenating West Virginia wilderness. Try your hand at something new in the Seneca Rocks Climbing School, a specialist center offering multi-day courses in real outdoor rock climbing across the sheer cliffs and jagged crags of the towering Seneca Rock face. After, stop by the adjacent Seneca Rocks Discovery Center, a small center offering a quick history exhibit about the area. If hiking takes your fancy, ascend the 4860-foot Spruce Knob peak – there’s a stone and steel observation tower at the summit, providing unbeatable panoramic views over the surrounding woodland.

      Late summer and fall fun in Cabins

      Cabins enjoys a humid subtropical climate, with intense, hot, and humid summers marked by occasional heavy rainfall and cold and chilly winters with some snowfall. During the height of summer temperatures frequently climb to the low 80s, accompanied by very high humidity. This can make outdoor activities slightly uncomfortable. However, late summer and early fall are ideal times to travel, with mild to cool temperatures and a magical display of copper and gold forest foliage. If you travel in winter, expect to spend plenty of time curled in front of your Cabins vacation rental fireplace.

      Endless forestry and abundant wildlife in Cabins

      Cabins lies at the northeastern end of the 921,000 acre Monongahela National Forest, and 190 miles northeast of West Virginia’s capital city, Charleston. The Caan Valley State Park, slightly west of Cabins and north of the Spruce Knob-Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area proper, offers controlled West Virginia wilderness, with ski resorts and golf clubs. Much of the remaining Monongahela National Forest, however, is untamed, covered in towering trees, blueberry thickets, great laurel, and bogland, accented with mountain peaks, and crisscrossed with roaring rivers. Wildlife includes black bears, bobcats, turkeys, and woodcocks.