The cabin is not available, we can only rent the RV spaces for long term stays, sorry.
Here at Riverside Point the facilities are extra clean and comfortable! All paper products and linens are provided.
Our linens are freshly laundered for a great night sleep. The lodge is nestled in and surrounded by trees and mountains even though we are in the City of Delbarton. You can hear the birds singing as you step out onto
the porch and the many decks surrounding the lodge. Enjoy a cook out, we provide a grill for you! Along with all this, we have a large amount of parking for your ATV's, dirt bikes, trailers, and vehicles. Also, remember the RV Park
for those who prefer to camp. Come stay with us and you will not want to leave!
These apartments are located at the
edge of a forest containing the family cemetery, the remains of the
family coal mine, where rights were granted to the family to mine
coal there for their household use in a hand written deed dated
March 28, 1889. A short walk further reveals a majestic view of the
confluence of Pigeon Creek and the Rock House Fork with a birds eye
view of the Town of Delbarton. The above picture shows the scene in front of the RV Park CIRCA 1900.
Front view of Riverside Point
1. Each unit has two bedrooms (full size beds), two futons (in living room), two twin beds (in loft area), two full bathrooms, microwave, toaster, coffee pot, dishes, pots, pans, utensils, refrigerator, and an electric stove.
2. The Buffalo Mountain trail system accessible by
ATV from Riverside Point.
3. All three of these community connectors are accessible by ATV from Riverside Point; Williamson, Delbarton, and Matewan.
Day Trip Ideas!
4. Grilling-Cookout area / Campfire Pit This is a duplex unit so
facilities must be sometimes shared.
5. Central Air.
6. Private balcony for the upstairs bedroom.
7. 19 inch TV and DVD player.
8. Two complete bath rooms.
9. Cell phone service available.
9. Coordinates: 37.7071N -82.1849W; 37 42' 25" N 82 11' 05" W; N037 42.426' W082 11.093'.
Note that this is undeveloped forest
land with the usual hazards that one might expect there, no
liability can be assumed by the owner and operators of these
facilities. The intent of this facility is provide a glimpse back to
the turn of the century while maintaining the modern conveniences to
which we are accustomed. Wood was used as much as possible in the
construction of this building. The oak boards used on the outside
were sawn locally from native West Virginia hardwood logs. Care must
be exercised when the walkways are wet or frost covered as they can
be very slick.