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Top things to do in West Virginia

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New River Gorge Bridge (Fayetteville)
Harpers Ferry National Historical Park is indeed one of the crown jewels in the National Park... more
More European castle than American hospital, this former insane asylum offers customized tours. e.g.... more
You’ll find one of the top West Virginia attractions at the American Mountain Theater in Elkins,... more
A 53-mile stretch on the river that is set aside as a national park.
Located in the Monongahela National Forest, this 10,215-acre area is one of the few wilderness areas... more
State Museum (Charleston)
Located in the Cultural Center, this interesting museum traces the history of West Virginia through... more
Mountaineer Field (Morgantown)
Home of the West Virginia University football team seats more than 63,500 people in its stands.
Built in 1867 and in operation until 1995, this prison offers tours of the cells and the retired... more
Capitol (Charleston)
Designed by influential architect Cass Gilbert, this grand building, the highest state capitol dome... more
Smooth Ambler produces fine artisan spirits by combining patient Appalachian know-how with the... more
NROCKS Outdoor Adventures is located in the beautiful North Fork Valley of Pendleton County, West... more
Ritter Park (Huntington)
Babcock State Park (Clifftop)
A state park known for its dark and enchanting forests.
Spruce Knob (Riverton)
Very long hiking trail spanning over 2,100 miles and 14 states.
Seneca Rocks State Park (Seneca Rocks)
This park is best known for it's rocky cliffs: a great place for rock climbing.
Beartown State Park (Hillsboro)
Beartown State Park is a natural area of 107 acres located on the eastern summit of Droop Mountain,... more
The 'psychological half- way point' on the Appalachaian Trail: rest up, share your adventures, and... more
Pipestem State Park (Pipestem)
A 4,000-acre park that offers accommodations and campgrounds.