D.C. October 07, 2016
These 11 Cozy Cabins Are Everything You Need For The Ultimate Fall Getaway Near Washington DC
The cool air has ended beach getaways and lake trips for the next few months. Luckily, there are so many other incredible destinations near Washington DC for a perfect fall get away! When you want to make a trip outdoors, enjoy beautiful fall foliage and take a break from city life, you need to take a cabin getaway. Try these 11 cozy cabins near Washington DC for the ultimate fall weekend trip!
We’re aware that these uncertain times are limiting many aspects of life as we all practice social and physical distancing. While we’re continuing to feature destinations that make our state wonderful, we don’t expect or encourage you to go check them out immediately. We believe that supporting local attractions is important now more than ever and we hope our articles inspire your future adventures! And on that note, please nominate your favorite local business that could use some love right now:
1. Cast-a-Way Cabins
In the heart of the Shenandoah Valley, Cast-a-Way Cabins offers beautiful two-bed log cabins with all the comforts of home. Tucked underneath beautiful oak trees and right on the Shenandoah, Cast-a-Way is a great place for a quiet getaway.
2. River Woods Retreat
Deep in six acres of forest, River Woods Retreat is a rustic three bedroom log cabin on Massanutten Mountain in Virginia between Front Royal and Luray. This 1,900 square foot log home is quite luxurious!
3. Country Acres Retreat
In the mountains of Western Maryland, Country Acres is a three bedroom, three bath cabin that overlooks a beautiful lake. The cabin is on a 60 acre farm and provides plenty of peace and quiet.
4. Cabin Creekwood
Cabin Creekwood has nine cabinets in the Blue Ridge Mountains in Virginia. Their cabins range from one to three bedrooms and each has its own unique charms!
5. Shenandoah River Outfitters
Since 1970, Shenandoah River Outfitters have been hosting kayak, canoeing and rafting adventures on the Shenandoah River. They have ten different rustic cabins to choose from that each offer breathtaking views and plenty of amenities!
6. Aquia Pines Camp Resort
Aquia Pines is a 20 acre wooded resort where guests can camp, hike and explore. They have five cabins and you can choose between the luxury option or the rustic option.
7. Cabin Capital of Virginia
Page County is known as “Cabin Capital of Virginia.” This charming area is just 90 miles outside of the District and nature loves will enjoy the many activities available there. Cabin Capital rents many different types of cabins and accommodations in the area. You can find everything from minimalist rustic cabins to upscale and luxurious retreats.
8. Cherry Hill Park
Cherry Hill is the closest RV park and campground to Washington DC. In addition to RV space, they have premium cabins, cottages and rustic yurts available for rent. Every cabin is non-smoking and pets are allowed in select cabins. Cherry Hill is perfect when you need a quick getaway!
9. The Treehouse Camp at Maple Leaf Campground
Make your childhood dreams come true and stay in a unique treehouse! Maple Leaf has twenty acres of wooded campground for exploring and playing. Located just off of the Appalachian Trail, it’s an idyllic area that makes for a great nature lovers retreat. They offer tree cottages, tree houses, a hobbit house and camping areas.
10. Adventure Bound
If you are looking for a rustic vacation that still offers plenty of modern amenities and things to do, be sure to visit Adventure Bound Camping Resort in Lothian Maryland, 15 miles outside of Washington DC. There is a swimming pool, playgrounds, basketball courts, giant board games, nature trails and much more! Adventure Bound Camping has deluxe cabins, two room cottages and rustic room cabins available for rent.
11. Westmoreland State Park
Westmoreland is on the Potomac River’s Northern Neck and makes for a wonderful camping excursion. Rent one of their spacious cabins, explore six miles of trails, fish off the fishing pier and keep an eye out for the amazing wildlife. There are a variety of cabins to choose from and if you have a big group, you can rent the Potomac River Retreat which sleeps 16!
If you are dreaming of fall getaways,
take this fall foliage road trip around Washington DC!