New River Gorge Directory

Places To Stay

Country Road Cabins
We are located right in middle of West Virginia's best outdoor recreation! Our cabins are within minutes of National and State Recreation Areas: New River Gorge, Gauley River, Summersville Lake, Babcock State Park, Hawks Nest State Park and Carnifex Ferry Battleground State Park, and the new Summit Bechtel Scout Reserve. Since 1996, owners Paul and Jennifer Breuer have built and managed this select group of 18 private deluxe log cabins.
Welcome To Opossum Creek Retreat: Come up to the mountains and spend some time in the New River Gorge region of West Virginia. It's your time. It's your vacation. Make it count. A vacation in West Virginia with us means you can relax, explore, and enjoy some mountain living. At Opossum Creek Retreat, peace of mind comes naturally! Our small, friendly staff is here to help. We know (almost) everything there is to know about this part of West Virginia. From helping you choose the right West Virginia cabin rentals to planning some cool vacation activities, Opossum Creek Retreat is at your service. Making a reservation is easy.
In the heart of West Virginia’s Mountain Lakes Region, Summersville Lake Retreat is situated between the Gauley River National Recreation Area and the shores of Summersville Lake. We offer a variety of accommodations to suit most any vacation plans and are open year round. Summersville Lake Retreat has fully equipped Vacation Rental Cabins to Deluxe Big Rig Friendly Pull Thru Sites with WiFi overlooking the lake, Full Hook Up RV Sites, Water/Electric Sites and Tent Camping Sites. Additional amenities include playground, horseshoe pits, cornhole, tetherball, and clean restrooms with hot showers. We also offer pontoon boat, fishing boat, kayak and canoe rentals. Lighthouse coming soon. From the tranquility of that perfect fishing cove to exploring the crags and cliffs of West Virginia’s largest lake, enjoy both privacy and convenience. “Jump off the map” into your next adventure. We’re surrounded by the mountains and yet close to it all.