In a world of instant gratification, we have to take time to reset and recharge away from the hustle and bustle of life. There’s nothing quite like the feeling of total peace and tranquility that comes to being in nature while hiking, fishing, and staying in seclusion. That’s why The Trails at Files Creek is the ultimate destination for you and your family, friends, and colleagues to retreat to while reconnecting with Mother Nature.
Everyone deserves to feel alive and healthy. You are no different. If you need a few days or a week to slow down, unplug, and focus on your wellbeing, The Trails at Files Creek is for you. The Trails at Files Creek is a luxury cabin and hiking destination in Randolph County where design, nature, and comfort meet. It’s where venturing deeper into the Monongahela National Forest is a requirement. Each cabin has been custom built with the outdoors in mind. You’ll have private trail access so when you want to be alone, you truly will be. In addition, there are also dispersed tent camping sites as well as “glamping” opportunities that have been precisely placed to offer enchanting views of your surroundings. Whether you are on a solo trip, romantic getaway with your partner, a family reunion, or you want to take your business retreat to the next level, The Trails at Files Creek are accommodating whatever the interest.
Now, let’s talk about the trails! With 100 acres of groomed trails too roam, the possibilities for viewing wildlife and scenery are endless. Sightings of black bear, white-tailed deer, bald eagles, red-tailed hawks, and foxes are just a handful of what you might see out your cabin window or on your hike. Secluded ridges deliver picturesque landscapes and paintable backdrops of Randolph County that only few have experienced. Pitch your hammock under the canopy of old growth pine, picnic at the tables dispersed throughout the property, or hike the countless user-friendly trails and discover what being in nature is all about. While some trails lead through hillsides of wildflowers and meadows filled with apple trees, other trails lead to the stream, otherwise know as The Creek, that flows through the property where fish and crawdads thrive. Soon, there will be a bridge with seating to enjoy the sound of the babbling brook, a grill to cook a tasty treat, and fire pits to enjoy the warmth under the stars.
With all of this solitude, this rural vacation destination is just a short drive from the quaint, historic town of Beverly, West Virginia. Who wants to cook while on vacation? Treat yourself to lunch or dinner at Mi Fiesta – offering a wide array of fresh enchiladas, burritos, fajitas, tacos, and quesadillas. While in town, be sure to visit the Beverly Heritage Center and learn about the history of Randolph County through their interactive exhibits and displays. A little further down the road is the city of Elkins where there are a variety of place to shop, dine, and unwind.