Availability

Our cabins and dining facilities are available for rent between September 1 and April 30. Fall, winter, and spring are fantastic times to stay at Camp Hidden Meadows and each season offers its own charms. Email us or give us a call at 304-456-5191 to check on availability of specific dates.

Facility Rentals

Cabins

Our four large winterized cabins can accommodate groups of 20-70 guests.  Each cabin is equipped with electricity, heat, comfortable bunk-style beds for 10-16 people, two or more private showers, toilets, and sinks.

Dining Hall

Leave the cooking to us! We offer full family-style meals for breakfast or dinner, as well as an option for a packed lunch to take with you on your ski trip or sightseeing adventure. Our dining hall’s comfortable family room is the perfect place for small group gatherings, game nights, relaxing with a book, or using Wi-Fi.

Grounds

Our 250-acre property is ideal for hiking, exploring, viewing wildlife (bald eagles, herons, white-tailed deer, etc), and visiting the friendly sheep and goats on our working farm. Feel free to use our basketball courts, sand volleyball court, open playing fields, and ever-popular Gaga Pit for your group games and recreation.

Meal Options

Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are available for your group of 20 or more. We serve hot buffet-style meals for breakfast and dinner, and offer a brown bag lunch for you to take along on your ski trip or sightseeing adventure.

Area Attractions

Snowshoe Mountain Resort

Camp Hidden Meadows is only 45 minutes from Snowshoe, the largest and most equipped ski resort in the Mid-Atlantic. With an average snowfall of 180 inches a year, high-class amenities, and over 60 trails for skiing, snowboarding, and tubing, Snowshoe Mountain offers an unbeatable experience for your youth group or ski club. Play at Snowshoe all day, then retreat to our private and tranquil location for your meals and lodging. It’s the perfect winter getaway for your group!

Spruce Knob/Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area

Only 40 minutes from Camp Hidden Meadows lies the first National Recreation Area in the United States. Visit the highest peak in West Virginia at the Spruce Knob Tower, check out some of the best rock climbing in the East at the awe-inspiring Seneca Rocks formation, or cast a line in the North Fork of the South Branch of the Potomac (with a valid WV fishing license, of course). Our location provides the perfect place to relax after a day of sightseeing adventures.

Monongahela National Forest

Step off Camp Hidden Meadows property and you enter the Monongahela National Forest, with over 1.7 million acres of public land to explore. The Smoke Camp Trail is a challenging hike with a scenic vista that is a favorite of our staff and campers, and is within walking distance of your cabin. Lake Buffalo is a scenic and quiet lake within a few minute’s drive. Or, visit Gaudineer Scenic Area (less than 20 minutes away) to walk amongst virgin red spruce over 300 years old. Ask us for local maps and things to see and do; we love our National Forest and are happy to direct you to our favorite spots!

Plan Your Trip

*Introductory discounts are available for 2017-2018 guest groups!
Give us a call at 304-456-5191 or email us with your questions.
We’re here to help you choose your own adventure for your group.