Rosser Lamb Cabin
 

This primitive, two-story farmhouse, located adjacent to the Central District of SNP, was built by Hiram Lamb in 1915 and illustrates the lifestyle of the Appalachian residents prior to the construction of SNP. There, you will find a screened porch, a kitchen with a wood stove, and separate living and dining spaces with their own fireplaces all on the first floor. On the second floor, two bedrooms include 2 double beds, 2 bunks, and 6 folding cots. Higher clearance vehicles are recommended to accommodate the dirt/gravel roads on the last stretch of the journey to the cabin. Small children are discouraged, due to the narrow, steep stairs to the second floor bedrooms. Hikers can seek out the nearby stream and waterfall or travel along John’s Rest Trail. 


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


Rosser Lamb At a Glance

Membership

Members-Only (Join)

Cabin Type

Primitive

Pet Friendly

Yes

Capacity

12

PATC Map

10

Location

Near Shenandoah National Park, Entry Run (Map)

AT Access

3.0 miles

Hike-in

0.34 mile

Weekend Rate

$60.00 per night

Weeknight Rate

$40.00 per night




Notice: Rosser Lamb has been closed to reservations due to damage to the road sustained in recent storms. The cabin will not appear on the cabin availability calendar or the online reservation system until access has been restored. Thank you for your patience and understanding.