Morris Cabin
 

Located on the PATC-owned Vining Tract, outside Lydia, VA, this primitive, four-room cabin includes a kitchen/dining room, living room, bunkroom, and loft space. First begun in 1927 by Wayman Morris, the spacious log cabin boasts a lovely view of the surrounding area. The nearby spring flows into an old cast iron tub once located at the UVA guesthouse, purportedly used by Winston Churchill and T.S. Eliot. Access the cabin by a 0.5 mile hike-in from the shared parking area, or brave the rough road to the cabin. Hikers can explore the Vining Tract or head to SNP. 


For more information on this and other PATC cabins, we recommend acquiring and reading a copy of our PATC Cabins Book.

Morris At a Glance


Membership

Members-Only (Join)

Cabin Type

Primitive

Pet Friendly

Yes

Capacity

12

PATC Map

11

Location

Near Shenandoah National Park, Vining Tract (Map)

Hike-in

0.5 mile

Weekend Rate

$50.00 per night

Weeknight Rate

$35.00 per night


Photo Credit: Tom Gay