Mill Creek Cabins

Address: PO Box 148, Lansing, West Virginia, 25862, United States | Campground
 
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This campground, located on PO Box 148, Lansing, is near New River Gorge Bridge, New River Gorge, West Virginia Whitewater Rafting, and Wildwater Expeditions.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsMill Creek Cabins Lansing

      Reviewed by nat-in-the-us

      Hard Ground Night

      Reviewed Sep 9, 2013
      by (10 reviews) , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand

      Sleeping on the hard ground all night was not a good idea

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Mill Creek Cabins Lansing

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

      Travel Blogs from Lansing

      Helen has fun and Wes hangs on tight

      A travel blog entry by hyoung74 on Oct 14, 2014

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... wear a jump suit over our clothes. Just extra layers to keep out the cold and nothing in our pockets. I was very excited about doing it but poor Wes was not happy but did it all the same.

      At the middle we were 851 feet above the ground. We walked about 1 1/4 miles under the bridge which is the longest single arch bridge in the western Hemisphere. It was opened in 1977. The bridge walk started in 2010. It was very windy, not all the time but for much ...

      Rained out!

      A travel blog entry by cphenly on Aug 09, 2014

      1 comment, 21 photos

      ... This particular coal seam is about 18" wide and about 18" off the floor. Miners had to crawl in on their side, dig out underneath the coal seam to create a shelf, drill into the shelf, insert blasting powder, blast it, so the coal collapsed in pieces on the floor, then load it into coal cars and haul it out, using their own animals--pony, if they had a small one, goats, dogs, and their children. Each car carried a ton. They were expected to mine 10 tons ...

      Rain Dance

      A travel blog entry by knorthcutt on Jul 18, 2014

      11 photos

      This was the second time to the New River Gorge. It was actually my goodbye trip, on my way down to SC. Grace, #1 Matt and Lee joined me on some climbing adventures before I moved to flat ground. Fox was up there at the same time so we got to see him for the first day but he disappeared the next. It was a great time, but the weather was ****** the whole time. We got to camp and pitched our tents. Lee made some fabulous maccoroni that we put on top of our hot dogs, ...

      "Don't Look Down"

      A travel blog entry by jandjontheroad on Jun 03, 2014

      2 photos

      ... s sky-high bridges. We marveled at how the bridges could have been constructed. We traveled on excellent highways without the heavy traffic on so many interstates. Would love to come back and spend more time here.
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      Pies and Pints

      A travel blog entry by knorthcutt on Apr 18, 2014

      7 photos

      The first time I went to the New River Gorge, it was awesome! I had just started climbing outside and I was ecstatic to try out this area everyone was raving about. My friend Jeremy who got me outside in the first place invited me out with him, the other Jeremy (aka Fox) and a couple of his very cool friends (Josh, Adam, and Daniel). I got there late on a Friday night after they had already been climbing and found ...