The Old Inn at Cacapon State Park was constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps and was the first overnight accommodating lodge in the West Virginia State Park System. This impressive 12-room inn recaptures a Colonial atmosphere with exterior boards and batten construction, interior hand hewn log beams, and guest rooms have tongue and groove walls of wormy-chestnut and knotty pine. Low ceiling, stone chimneys, and wrought iron hardware add to the historical flavor of The Old Inn.
It is ideal for groups and family reunions. The Old Inn has a large dining hall with a fireplace which could be used as a meeting room, and a kitchen which accommodates up to 25 guests. The entire first floor and one bedroom is handicapped accessible.
The Old Inn is available for groups only that take all 12 rooms.
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