Middle Mountain Cabins


Middle Mountain Cabin

The Middle Mountain Cabins are nestled in a small grassy opening, near a small pond and Camp Five Run. The cabins are secluded and offer a quiet retreat for all who visit.

The Middle Mountain Cabins are located adjacent to the Laurel Fork South Wilderness. The cabins are located off Forest Road #14.  An access code to the combination locks will be provided for the gate and the cabins.

At a Glance

Operational Hours: See Recreation Site Information.
Fees See Recreation Site Information.
Permit Info: Reservations can be made online or by calling (877) 444-6777.
Usage: Medium
Closest Towns: Harman, WV and Bartow, WV
Water: None in cabins. Has an outside Hand Pump for drinking water.
Restroom: One vault toilet
Operated By: Forest Service
Information Center: More information on these cabins is available through the Greenbrier Ranger District, PO Box 67, Bartow WV 24920 (304)456-3335.

General Information


From the south, access the cabins from State Route #28. Turn onto FR #14, five miles east of Bartow. Follow FR #14 north for 12 miles to the gated entrance.

From Elkins or Harman, follow State Route #33. Turn south on Forest Route #14 at Wymer (14.6 miles east of Elkins). Continue south on FR #14 for 18.2 miles to the entrance road to the cabins, which is marked by a sign. Open gated road with the combination provided by the Greenbrier Ranger District and proceed ¼ mile to cabin site.

General Notes:

Check-in time is 2 p.m.
Check-out time is 12 p.m.

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Cabin Rentals

Rented as a single unit, Middle Mountain Cabins includes a main cabin with a kitchen, and two historic sleeping cabins. The rate is the same whether one or all of the cabins are used. All cabins have fireplaces. Firewood is available on site. There is no water in the cabin, but an outside handpump for drinking water is available. One vault toilet is located on site. There is no electric available.

Each sleeping cabin contains two sets of bunk beds, while the main cabin contains one full size bed for a total capacity of ten people.

The kitchen cabin includes a gas stove, kitchen cabinets, a table and six chairs and two lounge chairs.

Visitors to the cabin should bring the following: matches/lighter, ax, small saw, bedding, lanterns for each cabin, flashlights, food, cooking utensils, cooking pans, ice chests, and personal gear. Food should be protected as field mice and bears can be frequent visitors.


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