Stayed here night of 11/13/2004. Pinefield Hut is another of your basic Shenandoah National Park shelters. Not a bad location. Far enough away from Skyline Drive that traffic noise doesn't intrude. Two springs, both of which were running well, right next to hut. The guidebook states that one of them is frequently dry, but it has been a pretty rainy year. Path from shelter to outhouse crosses over stream. Makes for tricky midnight trips to answer the call of nature. Five "designated" campsites located on the side of a hill. Two bear poles, both close to shelter, not campsites. Next water supply travelling north is either from Loft Mt. campground (during season) or Ivy Creek, about 5 miles north.