Chippokes State Park Rental Cabins
Four cabins are currently available for rental. There is a two day minimum stay required.
To see exactly where each of the cabins are located vist our Park Tour.
Cabin 1 - The Spratley House
The Spratley House was built in 1947. It is a reproduction colonial structure on the site of an earlier building.
This cabin sleeps four with a maximum capacity of six.
The front door enters into the living room. The bathroom and kitchen are also on the first floor. The stairs lead to the second floor where there are 2 bedrooms in what was once an open loft. One bedroom has a double bed. The other has a daybed with a trundle.
The cabin is in a secluded setting with lots of privacy.
Cabin 2 - The Brown House
The Brown House is one of the oldest structures on the plantation and was built around 1850 as an overseer's house.
This cabin sleeps six with a maximum capacity of eight.
The living room contains a full sized sleeper sofa. The master bedroom is also downstairs with a double bed. The kitchen and bathroom are on the first floor. There are two bedrooms upstairs. One with two twin beds and one with a twin bed and a trundle.
Cabin 3 - The Osborne House
The Osborne House was built around 1930 as a tenant farmer's house.
The cabin sleeps 2 with a maximum capacity of four.
This one bedroom cabin has been equipped to accommodate individuals with disabilities. The Master Bedroom has one double bed.
Cabin 4 - The Price House
The Price House was built around 1920.
This two-bedroom cabin sleeps six; no bed rentals.
The house is single story house with a spacious living room, equipped with a TV and DVD player. The country style kitchen seats more than eight. The master bedroom has a queen sized bed. The second bedroom has a set of bunk beds with a pull-out trundle bed, as well as one single bed. There is also a carpenter's bench.
The cabin is on the perimeter of park land that is continually farmed and has a scenic view.