I skied at Massanutten VA on Saturday night (1/26/13) and Sunday (1/27/13). This was my first time to ski in the mid-Atlantic, or outside Montana, in fact. I probably picked the perfect weekend, 'cause the skiing was great.
I hadn't skied in 4 years since moving from Montana to Washington DC. I was really worried that I might have forgotten all my hard-won skills! I took a two-hour private lesson on Sunday morning which brought all (well, most) of it back to me. I still have my ski boots but had to rent skis (K2 Comanche, a short 174 cm).
The ski mountain is small (though bigger than many other close-by resorts, apparently) with 14 trails, two of which are terrain-park trails closed to folks who rent skis from the resort. None of the trails I tried was very challenging, but the upper mountain trails were fun. Paradice and Diamond Jim were my favorites. I did skip the one un-groomed trail which had gentle moguls (Upper MAKattack). I only fell once, which probably means I didn't challenge myself...
The lift lines were OK, especially mid-mountain, until mid-day Sunday.
We stayed at a hotel/condo on site. They don't take reservations online, only by phone. Building 3 is across the road from the parking lot and base area.
I had a great time. If you are looking to visit a mid-Atlantic ski hill, I recommend considering Massanutten if (1) they've recently received snow and (2) all their trails are open.