The best places to stay in Monongahela National Forest include their very own private outdoor hot tubs, magnificent views, and plenty of space to enjoy each other’s company by the fire. Harman’s Luxury Log Cabins is nestled in Hopeville Canyon and boasts one-of-a-kind West Virginia cabin rentals perfect for your next West Virginia escape.
Home to dozens of recreation areas, wilderness areas, and registered natural landmarks, Monongahela National Forest is a must-visit destination for any traveler.
Scenic luxury cabins in Monongahela National Forest
Harman’s Luxury Log Cabins offer restful respite with dazzling views of the West Virginia wilderness. Whether you’re visiting as a group, with family, or for your next fishing venture, travelers are sure to find the perfect West Virginia cabin rental at Harman’s. Take your pick from 21 one, two, three, and four-bedroom luxury log cabins that are just steps away from a 2-mile stretch of private stream access along the North Fork River.
1 Bedroom Log Cabins
These cozy cabins are paired with a private outdoor hot tub and include their very own jacuzzi tub, perfect for a honeymoon getaway or a romantic retreat. Select from six of these intimate luxury cabins.
2 Bedroom Log Cabins
Enjoy some rest and relaxation in one of these five West Virginia two-bedroom log cabins that come with their very own private outdoor hot tub, a full kitchen, an outdoor patio, and a cozy living area with a rock fireplace.
3 Bedroom Log Cabins
These three-bedroom luxury cabins are just steps from the North Fork River and include their own private outdoor hot tub. Each of these eight log cabin rentals boasts 1200 feet of luxury and includes a loft and a full kitchen.
4 Bedroom Log Cabins
Enjoy three levels of space in one of these four-bedroom cabin rentals, located riverside with beautiful views of the West Virginia mountains. Each cabin includes a loft that contains the master bedroom and a bath, and the basement includes a 50-inch flat-screen television and pool table. Take your pick from two spacious, four-bedroom log cabin rentals.
Monongahela National Forest points of interest
Discover some of the can’t miss attractions and regional landmarks that make the Monongahela National Forest so unique.
A national landmark since 1974, Canaan Valley has remained a popular destination among area travelers. The valley is located on a high plateau of the Allegheny Mountains and is well known for its wetlands. The valley has plenty of hiking, fishing, and biking opportunities to satisfy any outdoor enthusiast.
Popular among rock climbers, Seneca Rocks is well-known for its sheer rock faces and protruding razor-like ridges. The area also has several hiking trails and catch-and-release fishing nearby.
Smoke Hole Caverns
Smoke Hole Caverns gives travelers the opportunity to get a glimpse of an underground world filled with stalactites and stalagmites. Tours of these otherworldly caverns are available for individuals and groups.
Spruce Knob is West Virginia’s highest peak and is home to miles of hiking trails, lake and pond fishing, and nature viewing. Travelers that reach Spruce Knob Tower will enjoy 360-degree views of the surrounding landscape.
Dolly Sods Wilderness
Likened to the natural features and weather typically found in Canada, Dolly Sods Wilderness is one of Monongahela National Forest’s most treasured wonders. Located on a high-altitude plateau, Dolly Sods is well-known for its diverse ecosystem and magnificent views.
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