Sugar Knob cabin is a primitive cabin on Great North Mountain in George Washington National Forest. The cabin sleeps four. Bring your own light sources, such as flashlights, candles, and lanterns powered by batteries or fluid fuel. A pit toilet outside is for human waste only. Toilet paper is not provided. There is a spring 75 feet down the trail as you exit the cabin. This water source feeds a reservoir and must be protected. Leave no refuse in the area. The hike in to the cabin is 3.2 miles if the gate to Forest Road 92 is open (closed in winter), or 6.7 miles otherwise.
Last Updated: 6/3/2014 9:32 AM