Showshoe is a popular ski resort, but the area also offers great outdoor activities any time of year. The entire family is sure to have fun in this family friendly mountain area. Ski the day away at Snowshoe Mountain Resort, or enjoy mountain biking during the summer. You could also play a dramatic 18 holes, pamper yourself at the spa, or spend the day at the Big Top amusement park. The sky's the limit!
Snowshoe is home to 251 acres of skiable terrain, 1500 vertical feet, 57 trails and the best snow around. No wonder it's such a popular winter vacation spot! Before it became a ski area, the mountain was logged from 1905 to 1960 and was then abandoned. Snowshoe Mountain didn't open to skiing until December 13, 1974.
The town mainly revolved around Snowshoe Mountain Resort. The Village at Snowshoe Mountain is actually located at the summit rather than the base of the mountain. While winter activities are the main attraction for the area, nearby Shaver's Lake offers you summer fun on the water. The beachfront it lines with chairs and umbrellas, and the 200-foot dock gives you perfect access to the lake's swim areas. There is also a huge network of hiking trails that encircle the lake and ridge of the Basin. The Snowshoe Bike Park has nearly 40 trails and 1,500 vertical feet of descent, and is has one of the largest trail systems in the East. Continue your offroad adventure in a 1-seat Polaris ACEs or 4-seat Polaris RZRs. Ride through Snowshoe's best backcountry areas in the winter or summer!
Just about three hours east of Snowshoe lies Charlottesville, Virginia, home of the University of Virginia. History buffs will love visiting the dorm room once occupied by Edgar Allen Poe or visiting the homes of America's early presidents, Monroe, Jefferson and Madison. Similarly named Charleston, West Virginia, lies three hours to the west. This frontier town was once home to Daniel Boon and is now the capital of West Virginia. Visit the State Capitol building with its gleaming 23-karat gold dome and classic 20th-century architecture or spend some time at the Cultural Center which includes a state museum and reference and archive libraries.
Snowshoe Mountain Resort is nestled amid the Allegheny Mountains and sits on 251 acres of skiable terrain and 11,000 acres of wilderness. Visitors can choose from condos, townhouses, and hotel rooms with some rooms including full kitchens, gas fireplaces and hot tubs. For a quiet getaway, you'll love Serenity Now. It's tucked in the woods while still being very close to the slopes at Snowshoe Mountain. There are two guest rooms with their own bathroom available and a convenient shuttle stop at the top of the driveway!
Looking for a vacation rental in Snowshoe? Tripping.com has 396 vacation rental homes available in Snowshoe. You'll find 15 studios, 105 1-bedroom, 116 2-bedroom and 160 rentals with 3 or more bedrooms ranging from $59 a night. For extra convenience, many of these vacation homes can be booked directly online.
The average price of a nightly rental in Snowshoe is $261 while the average price of a weekly rental is $25. For those looking for more than a short term rental such as corporate rentals, extended stays or long term rentals, the average monthly price of a Snowshoe home is $25.
Wondering if you can bring your dog or cat along with you? There are 20 pet-friendly vacation rentals available in Snowshoe. In addition to accommodating pets, Snowshoe rentals offer a variety of amenities. In particular, 335 rentals have Internet and WiFi, 349 have TV and/or cable and 133 have a pool or hot tub.
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