Lodging - Modern Cabins

Klaer Lodge

Klaer Lodge

In 1937 Rev. Lee Klaer, director of The Student Service Project, and his students, built Klaer Lodge from stones found in the area. The Lodge is now a living memorial to the man who built it.

Klaer Lodge is continually being updated. It sleeps twenty people and includes a kitchen, bathroom, comfortable living room and two dorm-style bedrooms. The lower part of the lodge is heated by a wood stove and a fireplace while the second floor is heated by propane furnaces. Outside is a large in-ground fire pit and picnic tables for your enjoyment.

Rates

We require half of total rental down at time of reservation.
Cabins require two nights minimum stay on weekends & Holidays (Fri/Sat or Sat/Sun)

Check-in time is after 2 pm / Check-out time is 12 noon or before.

If check out is after 12 pm and extra days rental will be charged (contact park office if checking-out before 9:00am. or checking-in after 5:00pm)

The park does NOT supply linens, blankets, pillows, towels, etc.

Please see below for more information and important park rules and guidelines.


Pyles Cabin

Pyles Cabin

Pyles Cabin is named for John Pyles, long time member of the Monongalia County Commission. It is the most recent cabin addition to the rental list.

Newly renovated, the cabin has two bedrooms which sleep up to 4 adults and 5 children, a dining room, living room, kitchen and bathroom. Limited kitchen supplies are available. All the conveniences of home set in beautiful mountain scenery.

Outside is a fire ring, picnic table and grill.

Rates

We require half of total rental down at time of reservation.
Cabins require two nights minimum stay on weekends & Holidays (Fri/Sat or Sat/Sun)

Check-in time is after 2 pm / Check-out time is 12 noon or before.

If check out is after 12 pm and extra days rental will be charged (contact park office if checking-out before 9:00am. or checking-in after 5:00pm)

The park does NOT supply linens, blankets, pillows, towels, etc.

Please see below for more information and important park rules and guidelines.


Casey Cabin

Casey Cabin

Casey Cabin was so named in honor of Mabel S. Casey who donated 100 acres of land to the Park in the 1930s.

Casey is a fully modern cabin with bathroom and shower, kitchen, living room and a bedroom that sleeps up to 2 adults and 3 children. Heated with propane, it is a toasty place to come back to after a day of sledding. Limited kitchen supplies are available. Outside is a fire ring, picnic table and grill.

Casey Cabin is handicapped accessible.

Rates

We require half of total rental down at time of reservation.
Cabins require two nights minimum stay on weekends & Holidays (Fri/Sat or Sat/Sun)

Check-in time is after 2 pm / Check-out time is 12 noon or before.

If check out is after 12 pm and extra days rental will be charged (contact park office if checking-out before 9:00am. or checking-in after 5:00pm)

The park does NOT supply linens, blankets, pillows, towels, etc.

Please see below for more information and important park rules and guidelines.


Quiet Hours: 9pm to 9am

Cabins:

Tent/Trailer: Check in time is 2 pm.  Check out time is 12 noon.

Pavilions & Dining Hall:  Check in time is 10:00am.  Check out time is 7:00pm

Cleaning Fee: All facilities must be cleaned before leaving. If not cleaned a $75.00/hr cleaning fee will be charged. (Sweep, mop, wipe counters, trash picked up, etc.)

Cancellation / Refund Policy:  Refunds will be given only if facility is re-rented (minus taxes & Cancellation fee per site rented)

Pets:  Pets must be leashed at all times and waste picked up and properly disposed. If a pet disturbs others and/or is deemed dangerous, that pet will be expelled from the Park. 

Alcohol Policy: Alcohol is prohibited in the park.

Park Rules:  Complete listings of our rules and regulations are posted and available at the Park Office.

*Approved Holiday Schedule Adopted By The County