Let the North Fork Mountain Inn host your next Executive or Corporate Retreat.
With our 10 private bedrooms, dining facilities for up to 20 people, and adequate space for team meetings, we can provide the perfect venue for team building and strategic planning.
North Fork Mountain Inn is an ideal place to get your executive team away from the business world where they cannot be reached on their cell phones. However, we do have wireless internet access for guests that have to be on-line. Each morning begins with breakfast. Picnic baskets are available along with 3 Course Dining 5 nights a week. 4 Course Dining is available on Saturday evening and is usually preceded by a wine tasting.
Activities for you and your team
Whether you enjoy a good book from our library while you rock your troubles away on the front porch or just soak in the hot tub, you will find the tension in your life slowly drift away. Get back in touch with nature as you watch deer from the front porch or hike in the adjacent Monongahela National Forest.
Since we are located near the North Fork of the South Branch of the Potomac River, there is world-class fishing nearby.
You can also enjoy scenic drives as you tour the nearby Seneca Rocks and Dolly Sods National Wilderness Area.
There are many options for creating team building activities whether you are hiking from the Inn to the top of the ridge of North Fork Mountain or enjoying rly fishing in the nearby "Gold Medal Waters", optionally guide serviced available.
Visit the Smoke Hole Caverns
Smoke Hole Caverns
You can enjoy skiing 1 and 1/2 hours away in nearby Canaan Valley at Timberline and Canaan Valley Ski Resort.
Canaan Valley is also home to a National Wildlife Refuge.
You can enjoy one of West Virginia's most scenic golf courses, at the Canaan Valley Resort, Fisher Mountain Resort, and Valley View Golf Course.
Another popular attraction in this area is Blackwater Falls.
Let us pack a gourmet picnic lunch for you and your team to enjoy as your travel through some of the most scenic byways of the Potomac Highlands, creating team and unity and more productive relationships.