Where Do I Stay?
To be closest to most activities, everyone should try to stay at Cacapon Resort State Park. Guests can use most Park facilities at no charge and participate in the Park Naturalist program (including day and night nature hikes and craft workshops). Those staying at the lodge will be within walking distance to golf, hiking, swimming, horseback riding, tennis, volleyball, playgrounds, boating, and fishing.
Each of the 50 lodge rooms in the air-conditioned facility has a TV, phone and bath with combination tub/shower. The Lodge has a nice restaurant with reasonable prices and very friendly staff, a game room for the kids (video games, billiards, table-tennis, and shuffleboard), and a large, comfortable gathering room with sofas and tables for board games, cards, and puzzles.
Lodge rooms are about $60 per night, but be sure to ask for your Senior Citizen Discount if you qualify! Also available are 30 cabins, all completely furnished for housekeeping. Cabins must be reserved for a minimum of one week during the summer.
Rooms at the lodge go quickly, so itís important to make your reservations now. Our block of rooms, as explained in the last newsletter, were only held until January 1, 1998. However, it is my understanding that there are still many rooms available at the Lodge. If you want to stay at the park, you must call immediately. Remember that this is a summer resort and rooms go quickly!
To make your reservations, contact Cacapon State Park directly at one of the following numbers. Be sure to mention that you are part of the Anstead Family Reunion.
800-CALL-WVA (and ask for Cacapon)