Peterstown, WV
Peterstown, WV

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Aerial view of The Town at Four Fillies Lodge

The Town

A short drive or leisurely stroll down the gravel road will transport you to the back of our West Virginia inn, that we playfully call “The Town.” The Town is a slice of secluded serenity which includes The Boathouse, The Cowboy Cabin, The Baitshop, The Pavilion, and The Emerald Pond.

Rich Creek

Bordering the northern edge of the estate, Rich Creek is a bold, cool water trout creek that offers fantastic fishing and memory-making opportunities for the fishing enthusiasts, both young and old!

The shallow water of Rich Creek surrounded by trees
A wooden bridge connects the two banks of Rich Creek

An Integral Part of Our Property

This beautiful creek winds its way around the length of the property. Our portion of Rich Creek was once home for a dam for the Mill House that was located at the front end of the property. The remains of the dam can still be found in front of The Barn as well as the remains of The Raceway. The old millstone now leans on the oak tree in front of The Red Roof Barn.

Build Memories on Its Banks

Rich Creek provides a wonderful opportunity to build memories with your loved ones. Imagine sitting along the edge of our beautiful babbling creek, under the shade of the towering trees, dropping a line in the water, and opening up a world of conversation with your kids far away from the distraction of technology. Or, wading ankle-deep, searching under the smooth rocks in the creek shallows, searching for the elusive crawdads!

A fisherman holding a small bluegill fish

The Blue Hole

In years gone by, this Blue Hole was used by the local churches for Sunday baptisms! Although no longer used as a swimming hole or baptismal, this reflecting pond is a fantastic fishing spot and wading spot!

Water feature with large rocks on its banks

Emerald Pond

Bring your fishing poles and bait! Our small, stocked pond, situated at the edge of “The Town” offers catch and release opportunities for Smallmouth Bass and Bluegills.

Woman walks on a trail in the woods

Walking Trails

Stroll around our manicured walking trails which are an official Backyard Wildlife Habitat site, certified by the National Wildlife Federation. Entrances to trails are located behind the Creekside Home.

Maple syrup on a wooden spoon

Hiking Trails

Head up into the back acreage for beautiful hiking through our Maple Line Trails. The maple lines that you see are used in the production of our maple syrup.

cabins surrounded by green grass

We are open!

The health and safety of our guests and staff are our top priority, and we are taking extra cleaning measures to ensure that our guests feel comfortable. Find out how you can stay safe and socially distanced in our natural paradise.

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