Attractions & Lodging

Experience some of the most beautiful scenery that the East Coast has to offer. Camp Hidden Meadows is situated at 3000 feet elevation in the Allegheny Mountains, which form the border between Virginia and West Virginia. Surrounded by the Monongahela and George Washington National Forests, our beautiful location allows us to offer memorable experiences in pristine wilderness areas.

Snowshoe Mountain

Snowshoe Mountain

From downhill mountain biking, to downhill skiing, Snowshoe Mountain Resort is an adrenaline junky’s dream. Visit Site

Durbin & Greenbrier Valley Railroad

Durbin & Greenbrier Valley Railroad

Take in our mountain views in the most unique way possible – from a scenic, steam-powered train with Durbin & Greenbrier. Visit Site

Greenbrier River Trail State Park

Greenbrier River Trail State Park

This top-notch WV State Park is one of the most popular rail-trails in West Virginia! It traverses 30 bridges and two tunnels. Visit Site

Monongahela National Forest

Monongahela National Forest

Recreation ranges from self reliant treks in the wildernesses and back country areas to the challenges of mountain climbing to hundreds of miles of trails and back roads for people to explore and enjoy. Visit Site.

Seneca Rocks

Seneca Rocks

This impressive rock formation rises 900 feet above the valley floor and is one of West Virginia’s most recognizable landmarks. Popular with rock climbers, hikers, and photographers, with a seasonal Discovery Center that provides more information about the area. Visit Site.

Gaudineer Scenic Area

Gaudineer Scenic Area

Gaudineer Scenic Area is a National Natural Landmark protecting the best virgin red spruce forest in West Virginia. A peaceful interpretive trail winds through the impressive 300-year-old trees, with signs telling their stories. Visit Site.

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