Spend The Night In An Authentic 1900s Railroad Caboose In The Middle Of West Virginia’s National Quiet Zone

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Where can you go to get completely off the grid for a day or two (or more) that also allows you to sleep right along the river in a completely restored, 120-year-old train caboose? West Virginia, of course!

A night in the Castaway Caboose is a hot commodity and sells out fast (many parties love it so much, they book the same week every year, a year ahead of time), so if you want to try it, be sure to plan well ahead of the dates you want to reserve. To learn more, visit the Durbin & Greenbrier Valley Railroad’s website. Already booked for the dates you wanted? Try one of these other unique overnight stays in the Mountain State.

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Address: Castaway Caboose, 4759 Staunton Parkersburg Turnpike, Durbin, WV 26264, USA