Shenandoah National Park Cabins – Rent a Cabin in the Park or Valley

There are plenty of Shenandoah National Park cabins for rent during your vacation both in the national park as well as in the nearby communities of Front Royal, Shenandoah Valley and Luray, Virginia. Find your Luray cabin or Shenandoah cabin and make your reservation for your next trip weekend or week long adventure today!

Some of your options include:

Shenandoah National Park
Shenandoah Valley Cabins
Shenandoah River Cabin Rentals
Luray VA Vacation Rentals
Front Royal Cabins for Rent
Virginia Mountain Cabins

Here are some of the vacation cabin rentals available in the park:

Big Meadows Lodge Cabins

Big Meadows Lodge at Mile Marker 51 on Skyline Drive has some two room cabins. Each room has a private entrance, one double bed and wood burning fireplace.

Skyland Cabins

Skyland has four cabins that are sold as free-standing units with sitting room and kitchenette, along with eight cabins with two to four rooms in each, with each room sold separately. Room setups in the multi-unit cabins vary from one double bed, to two doubles and one twin per room.

Lewis Mountain Cabins

There are ten rustic furnished cabins at Lewis Mountain which is located at mile 57.5 on Skyline Drive along with the Lewis Mountain campground.

The cabins generally have private bathrooms, heat, electric lights, towels and linens. There is a one bedroom cabin with one double bed, a two room cabin with one double bed per room, and a “hiker’s cabin” with two bunk beds.

They can be reserved online or over the phone. The cost is $45 per night for the hiker’s cabin and around $145 a night for other cabins. Pricing may vary.

PATC Cabins

There are six primitive cabins in the park run by the Potomac Appalachian Trail Club (PATC). The cabins are locked and require a reservation through PATC. Each cabin inside the park requires a hike in to reach – they are not for car camping.

In the north section of the park, there is one in the Range View area. There are four in the central section of the national park in the areas of Corbin, Jones Mountain, Rock Spring and Pocosin. In the south section of the park, there is one in the Doyles River area.

The PATC cabins have mattresses, blankets, and cookware. A pit toilet and spring water are generally nearby. Four of them are along the Appalachian Trail.

All six cabins in the park are listed as public, which means that you do not need to be a member of the club in order to rent them. Please check the club’s cabin rental policies policies for additional information. All cabins must be reserved online and may not be reserved within 7 days of use.

The weeknight rate for these cabins (Sun – Wed) is $30 and the weekend rate (Thurs – Sat) is $45.

PATC was formed back in November 1927 when a group decided to build a section of the Appalachian Trail and support the creation of Shenandoah National Park. In total, PATC has 42 cabins for members and the public reaching from Charlottesville, Virginia and as far north as Shippensburg, Pennsylvania

In addition to the six Shenandoah National Park cabins, there are more than ten PATC cabins located just outside the park. They are all members only. Individual standard memberships are $40 per year and standard couple memberships are $45 per year.

Shenandoah Valley Cabins

While there are cabins located in the national park, there are even more located outside the park. There are Shenandoah cabins available throughout the Valley as well as well as along the Shenandoah River and around Front Royal.

Luray cabins are particularly popular since they provide easy access to the heart of Shenandoah National Park via the Thornton Gap Entrance Station. Vacation rentals can be found throughout the Luray and Page County area. If you are looking for a rental cabin for your summer vacation to the park, this is one of the first places to look.