Gallery & Testimonials
Thanks again for hosting us at your mountain retreat. What an amazing place! The wrap-around deck, the huge, beautiful spaces inside, and the eagle’s nest look-out on top of the house are all awesome. And, that’s not to mention the flow trails and jumps you have built surrounding the property, or the fields from which we watched the sun set over the mountains to the west. Huge props to you!Peter S.
Kent, the owner of Treasure Mountain, has been kind enough to host a group of us for the past two years for the annual Gravel Race Up Spruce Knob (GRUSK) in nearby Circleville, WV. The first time I rode up to the lodge, I was blown away by the beauty of the area. The lodge is just a couple of miles off Route 33; it was incredibly easy to drive up from the DC area.
The lodge itself is spectacular. It is a fun medley of additions that flow well together and lends itself a charming and rustic atmosphere. There is an indoor lap pool, a huge dining table, plenty of sleeping space, a deck with an amazing view, and an observation tower with an even BETTER view.
Kent has done some great work on the trail system in the past year. There are some really fun flow trails with some jumps and berms. I can not wait to get back up there to see what else has been done in the past couple of months.
All-in-all, this is a great place for a group retreat, mountain bike camp, or base camp for some amazing West Virginia gravel and MTB riding. At about 45 minutes from Harrisonburg, VA and 2.5 hours from DC, it is ideally situated for a weekend getaway.