Big Meadows Lodge
Is located at mile 51.2 on Skyline Drive, is named for a large grassy meadow near the lodge where deer often graze. The main lodge was built with stones cut from the Massanutten Mountain in 1939 by the CCC and mountain laborers.
The interior structure of the lodge, including the paneling, is made from native chestnut trees, which are now virtually extinct. The absence of in-room phones and WIFI enhances the historical quietness of the surroundings.
WIFI is available free of charge in the Great Room of the main building for lodge guests. The close proximity to Shenandoah River, Shenandoah Valley and the Luray from park facilities makes lodging and cabin rentals at Big Meadows Lodge a desirable vacation destination.
The main lodge has 29 cozy, little hotel rooms and was placed on the National Register of Historic Places on April 28, 1997.
The Spottswood Dining Room, New Market Taproom and Craft Shop are located in the main lodge building. The New Market Taproom offers a lighter fare menu plus nightly family-friendly entertainment free to all Park guests.
The Spottswood Dining Room serves breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Big Meadows offers a variety of Rooms & Cabins rentals to suit the preferences of our guests. The Main Lodge, along with five cabins and six multi-unit buildings, are located within a short walking distance of the lodge and sits on approximately 10 acres of park land.
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