Free to: Any Veteran
2 free nights, Nov. 8 & 9 or 10 & 11, 2013
Yes, it is free.
For the past few years, we have been giving a free cabin to veterans on Veterans Day in honor of our friends and family who have served.
Not the whole cabin. Just a couple of nights in the cabin.
Some gave all, all gave some. We are only able to give a cabin for 2 nights. It is our humble gesture of thanks to those who have served our country. Thank You.
We don’t care if you are homeless. You won’t be for two nights.
Heck, bring the whole squad, we have cabins that will sleep up to 20 people!
We ask that you share this deal with others. Tell a friend, post on Facebook, “like” us on Facebook, review us on Trip Advisor, or other such stuff.
We do require you to fill out the contract using a credit card, just as a security measure.
Please only take advantage of this annual offer once. We want every veteran to get a chance to enjoy this deal.
There are limited dates and spots available, but if we fill up, be sure you’re signed up to receive our e-mail newsletter and Like us on Facebook. We’ll continue sharing our gratitude for Veterans Day year after year.
We hope you understand when we ask each Veteran to take advantage of this offer only once. Please spread the word and let others enjoy.
We also offer a 10% discount for Veterans all year long.
What to do during your free stay
You don’t just have to come sit in the cabins all weekend! There’s more to do around the New River Gorge.
Know what you want to do? We have some ideas. Lots! We’re local experts, so whether you want to see the sights or get off the beaten path, we can show you where.
We have our favorites, but some things you vets might enjoy:
Adventure & explore:
The New River Gorge is a natural playground. Hit the trails for a stroll or bike, and let them lead you to beautiful overlooks. A little less adventurous adventure, maybe? Ok, try our shopping and culture guide.
Of course, you don’t have to leave the cabin. Get a massage, or a spa treatment. Then slide into the hot tub and enjoy the beautiful rolling backdrop. We have a relaxation guide so you can get the most from your vacation.
Dine out in Fayetteville, and let the local chefs a prepare you a fresh Appalachian feast.
Honor the Holiday:
Did you know Fayetteville has its own war history? It was an important strategic site during the Civil War. It was the first place that indirect fire was used in battle. A Halfway House in nearby Anstead was used as a Civil War headquarters. The bridge for which the town of Gauley Bridge was named was a strategic aid during the war as well.
Pay respects to fallen brethren at the War Memorial Building honoring World War II Veterans, the Veterans War Memorial for Civil War soldiers in Smithers, or the grave of General Thomas Stonewall Jackson’s mother in Anstead.
We hope to see you around Opossum Creek, so we can say thank you.