Three new modern cabins dedicated at State Park
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Three new modern cabins dedicated at State Park

July 17, 2018
LOGAN, W.Va. — The West Virginia State Parks system dedicated three new cabins at Chief Logan State Park in Logan County today. The ribbon-cutting ceremony at Chief Logan Lodge and Conference Center was attended by West Virginia Division of Natural Resources staff, local officials and several members of the public.

The cabins are Chief Logan State Park’s first and provide spectacular views of the park. They cost just over $2 million to complete.

“These three gorgeous cabins are a wonderful addition to Chief Logan State Park and will give travelers and vacationers in the area another option for overnight lodging,” said DNR Director Stephen McDaniel.

Each cabin features four bedrooms, large living areas and all the modern conveniences overnight guests expect, making them perfect for vacations, reunions, weddings, and getaways. West Virginia products are featured inside, including original artwork by state artists, Homer Laughlin china and Wild Mountain Soap products. Rentals range from $254 to $329 per night. One of the cabins is ADA accessible.

For more information about Chief Logan State Park, facilities and activities, visit or call the park at 304-792-7125.
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