Range View Cabin is a primitive one-room stone structure in the Northern Section of Shenandoah National Park. It was built by PATC in 1933. The cabin looks out on a cleared grassy area with a view of the valley on the eastern slopes of the Blue Ridge and top of Old Rag Mountain in the distance. No more than 8 persons, including children of any age, may use the cabin and surrounding area overnight. Four double-decked ,single-width bunks. Inside woodstove and outside fireplace on porch under the eaves.
Bring your own light sources, such as flashlights, candles, and lanterns powered by batteries or fluid fuel. A spring is located 15 feet southeast of the cabin. The spring is unprotected – boiling is recommended. It is also recommended to bring in supplemental water during the summer months. There is a 0.9 mi hike from the parking area. A pit toilet outside is for human waste only. Toilet paper is not provided.