Two vehicles are allowed per cabin, and three vehicles are allowed per three-bedroom cabin. A daily parking fee is charged for all other vehicles, which must be parked in the designated overflow parking area. The kitchen has a refrigerator, stove, coffeemaker, dishes, dishcloth, dish towels, silverware, cooking utensils, pots, pans, microwave oven, toaster, manual can opener. You may wish to bring food, dish detergent, extra dish towels, coffee filters, coffee, salt and pepper, nonstick cooking spray, body wash/soap, extra bath towels, books, board games, cards, and an extra blanket or pillow. The living area includes a dining table and chairs. Bedrooms include bed(s), nightstands, dresser, closet with hangers, and a clock radio. Cabins have rustic furniture and are climate controlled (heat and air conditioning). There is no dishwasher, phone, TV, washer or dryer. There's a coin laundry in the Red Oak Campground, which is open from March 1 through the first Monday in December. A payphone for emergency and local calls is available at the contact station. Linens are provided but are not changed daily. A picnic table and pedestal grill are available in the yard beside the cabin. Each cabin has a wrap-around deck and an open porch with rocking chairs and end tables. Late arriving guests will find on the entrance station door a note with instructions detailing how to register the following morning, as well as a park map with directions to the cabin. Out of respect for cabin guests, large gatherings and camping are not allowed in the cabin area. Visitors are charged a daily parking fee, must park in areas designated by the park, and leave the park by 10 pm. Quiet hours are from 10pm to 6am.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Non-Virginia residents pay a higher rate than Virginia Residents.
Cabin 8: Two-bedroom frame, maximum six people, one queen bed, two sets of bunk beds.