Stonewall Resort Recreation, Roanoke
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We spent 2 nights here for a family reunion and it was great. We were able to swim, rent kayaks and canoes to go in the water and so much more. The breakfast buffet was plentiful with made to order om... read more »
almost 20,000 acres you can kayak boat, walk hike run or bike. lots of marked trails and well roads and well maintained. it's an absolute nature lovers dream.
Many fun things to do for all ages. We enjoyed evening ride on 75 ft boat very much. Early morning canoe ride was absolutely beautiful. They offer many things to do for families. Staff was very friend... read more »
Campground is second to none, proven by the very high occupancy rate. We have frequented the lake , marina and campground for over 20 years. My only regret, too many people agree with me.
3rd visit. Beautiful natural area. Plenty to do if you appreciate the outdoors. A great value and family-friendly.
In reading others reviews of Stonewall Resort, it is either the best place ever or the worst. We are leaning around 2+. We had reservations for the 4th of July weekend. We reserved the King room, which was very clean and smelled great. The grout around the tub looked very dingy, almost molded. Had other issues with the tub not wanting to drain. The dinner at Stillwater was not very good - a bit pricey I thought for the quality of food. The next morning we made reservations for breakfast and they didn't write our names down and after finding a table for us to sit, the hostess walked away from us instead of showing us to our table and called for us when she reached the door. I don't know if we will ever go back. I wasn't that impressed. We left after one night. Was glad to be home. That isn't a good sign of a memorable trip.
Brought the family here for a weekend getaway. Not impressed. Way overpriced. Asked for a room with two queen size beds. If they were queen sized then I'm the President. Room was on the small side. No free coffee or anything to munch on in the morning. There is a Keurig in the room but the coffee was awful. Not even a mint on the pillow. Tried to ride bikes one morning. Bikes were in disrepair and your not allowed to ride on any of the trails around the resort. So that leaves the road. Problem is this place is on top of a hill. So either way you're going way downhill right off the bat. Pool is ok. Although you need to sign in and get wristbands. We bought the $15 per person activity pass. That gets you access to the bikes, pool, kayak and canoe rentals, and the activity center and maybe a few other nominal things. The activity center was basically a large building over near the campground with some pinball machines, outdated arcade games, skeeball, a bounce house, rock climbing "wall," and a really crappy mini golf. My kids did the rock climbing wall and got up it in about 20 seconds. My 11 year old did it three times in no time. He was looking forward to it and was a bit disappointed. There are two restaurants. Problem is they have the SAME menu. Got the $25 dinner buffet. Not impressed. Overcooked prime rib and just some stuff in chafing dishes with a few desserts. Some of the food looked and tasted like it had been sitting there a while. My wife had to send her biscuits and gravy back at breakfast. They have a buffet at breakfast too for $15. They have individual breakfast items but by the time you add some bacon and toast your right near the buffet price. My son just wanted a owl of cereal. $4 for a little plastic container of cereal! When we ordered food it took a long time to come. And it was not crowded at all. They really need to work on their food. We did use the kayaks and it was a lot of fun. The lake itself is on the small side and you are competing with pontoon and speedboats. Someone left their half eaten room service tray by the elevator and it sat there all day. And we had seen numerous housekeeping staff on our floor that day. Hallways kind of smelled like a Motel 6. The staff was really friendly. I'll give them that. Oh and you can roast smores in the fire put in the evening…for $10! $10 gets you a wooden stick and a hanky with a few marshmallows, a chocolate bar, and a few graham crackers. So basically it's $10 a kid. We told them to keep it. Won't be back. For a family of four you're looking at easily over $700 for the weekend. And that doesn't include golf or anything like that. $155 to rent a pontoon for 2 hours. I think I'll just burn my money and stay home next time.
Never been here but it looks real nice I'm out of martinsburgh wv
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