Area Lodging Information
Find a nearby place to rest up so you can hit the trails bright and early the next morning.
Listed mileages are from Freeland Road in Canaan Valley.
Best Of Canaan Realty
877- 484-8680, 304-866-8680
Black Bear Resort
800-553-2327 or 304-866-4391
800-448-0074 or 304-866-4400
Canaan Valley Cabins
Canaan Valley Resort State Park
800-622-4121 or 304-866-4121
Golden Anchor Cabins
Land of Canaan
800-624-4341 or 304-866-4301
North Lake Cabin 304 546-4953
Timberline Four Seasons Realty
866-438-7259 or 304-866-2127
Village Inn Motel
304- 866-7456 or 888-359-4667
White Grass TrailSide/GarageMahal
2 bedroom full kitchen laundry decks
Sleeps 80 dorm style: 304-478-2710 (20 miles)
YMCA Camp Horseshoe
8 cabins: 304-478-2481(17 mi)
Tucker County Convention and Visitors Bureau – in Davis, WV
1-800-782-2775 Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Brochures and help with your lodging needs. They often know about openings, which are dog friendly, who’s got the hot tubs, etc.
Davis local lodging/TripAdvisor
Mountaineer Motel, Mt. Storm, WV 304-693-7631
Oak-Mar Motel, Oakland, MD 301-334-3965
Alpine Lodge, Alpena, WV 304-636-1470
Isaac Jackson Hotel, Elkins, WV 304-636-1400
Tucker Country Inn Parsons, WV 304-478-2100
Roads End Parsons, WV 304-478-4929
Tunnel Mountain B&B Bowden, WV 304-636-1984
Willows Guest Rooms Parsons, WV 304-478-1113
Yokum’s Vacationland Seneca Rocks, WV 304-567-2351
Appalachian Cabins Seneca Rocks, WV 304-567-7070
Winter Camper’s Favorite Spot: Canaan Valley State Park Campground where no reservations are needed in winter! Plowed grounds, electric hookups, and heated bathrooms await. Camping allowed in the Monongahela National Forest, hardy adventurers can ski or snowshoe from here to the Dolly Sods Wilderness.
Tucker County Convention and Visitors Bureau in Davis, WV: (800) 782-2775
Stop by for brochures, lodging needs, and any general questions. The knowledgeable staff often know about vacancies, which options are dog-friendly, and who’s got the hot tubs!
We absolutely LOVE this place! The people, the food and the trails! There is no place like White grass! The owner treats everyone like family – the food is cooked from scratch (we own 2 cookbooks from them!) and our kids think the trails are SO adventurous! They love stopping at the huts and checking the “treasure boxes” aka old amo-cans with snack bars!
— Tracey Valach