There are 20 rustic cabins available at First Landing State Park. The cabins are located on the trail side, across the street from the campground.
You can get a feel of what the cabins are like by taking a virtual tour of Cabin 9 by following these links:
The state park’s website provides a description of the cabins on this page.
The cabins have a maximum capacity of 6 guests. There are usually 2 bedrooms per cabin and most have one queen bed and two sets of bunk beds. Cabins 1, 3 and 6 sleep four with one queen bed and a bunk bed. Cabins 2, 4 and 5 sleep six with one queen bed and two sets of bunk beds. No bed rentals.
Domestic pets are allowed in the cabins. There is an additional fee of $10 per night per pet.
A maximum of two cars are allowed per cabin and a parking fee is charged for additional cars.
The kitchen includes a refrigerator, stove, coffeemaker, dishes, silverware, cooking utensils, pots and pans, microwave oven, toaster, and clock radios.
Bring food, dish detergent, coffee filters, coffee, salt and pepper and other spices, nonstick cooking spray, dish towels, paper towels, and soap.
The bedrooms have bed(s), nightstands, and a full-length mirror. You’ll need to bring your own sheets, pillowcases, blankets, towels, washcloths and personal hygiene supplies.
Cabins have both heat and air conditioning. The cabin living area has two cushioned chairs, loveseat, and a dining table with four chairs.
Most cabins do not have a TV, telephone, dishwasher, or washer and dryer. A washer and dryer are located at the park office within the campground across the street. Cabins 7-20 have TVs with built-in DVD players so you can watch your favorite DVDs; however, cable and antennas are not available.
Definitely bring some things for activities in the evening, such as board games, cards, or crafts.
All cabins have a deck, picnic table and an outside grill. Bring charcoal or buy firewood at the park office. The park provides pots/pans and cooking utensils.
They also include a fire ring with grill top. Bring some chairs if you want to sit around the campfire in the evenings.
You’ll want to bring mixing bowls and other food prep items, pot holders, aluminum foil, cling wrap, and ziplock bags for food storage.
Check-in information is placed in a letter box outside the front door park office for late arrivals.
You can have visitors, but only overnight guests are allowed in the park after 10 pm. Visitors are charged daily parking and must park in designated areas.
In season cabin rental rates for Virginia residents is $152 per night and $137 from November through March. Non-resident rates can be found here.
To view the cabin locations in the park, visit the First Landing State Park Campground Map