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WEST VIRGINIA TRAVEL GUIDE

Harpers Ferry, West Virginia Appalachian Trail Conservancy headquarters in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia

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OVERVIEW



West Virginia is a mountainous state, known for its beautiful vistas, scenic waterfalls, and world-class whitewater rafting. If you enjoy the great outdoors, there aren't many states that can beat West Virginia.

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS IN WEST VIRGINIA



Are you short on time or struggling to choose something to do or see in West Virginia? Here are my selections for the top 10 attractions or experiences in West Virginia, in no particular order:

Cycle the Greenbrier River Trail, one of the premier rail trails in the U.S.
Take a scenic rail journey on the Cass Scenic Railroad
Stay at The Greenbrier resort, one of the finest luxury destinations in the U.S.
See the New River Gorge Bridge and consider a guided walk across a platform below the bridge with a company called Bridge Walk
Explore the historic district of Harpers Ferry (and perhaps walk along a portion of the Appalachian Trail while you are there)
Tour a decommissioned prison at West Virginia Penitentiary in Moundsville
Go whitewater rafting on the Gauley River, one of the most famous rafting trips in the country
Soak in a hot springs bath at Berkeley Springs State Park
Visit some of West Virginia's beautiful waterfalls (e.g. Blackwater Falls, Falls of Hills Creek, etc.)
Experience the Dolly Sods Wilderness Area, one of the finest wilderness areas on the East Coast

If I could select only one place to visit in West Virginia, I would probably choose New River Gorge National Park and Preserve.

For a list of 10 great attractions in each U.S. state, click here.

5-STAR ATTRACTIONS IN WEST VIRGINIA



Here is my opinionated list of 5-star attractions in West Virginia. I believe each of these attractions should be on your West Virginia bucket list since they are all noteworthy from a national perspective:

Northwestern & Northcentral West Virginia (including Morgantown)
Blennerhassett Island Historical State Park, Parkersburg - take a sternwheeler riverboat from Point Park to visit this Palladian mansion
Coopers Rock State Forest, Bruceton Mills - some of the most scenic views in WV; 50 miles of hiking and biking trails, plus rock climbing
Fort Boreman Park, Parkersburg - visit a hilltop Civil War fort that boasts scenic views of Parkersburg and the Ohio River
Mon River Trail/Caperton Trail - excellent 30-mile partially-paved rail trail that travels from the WV/PA line to Prickett's Fort State Park
Mountaineer Field, Morgantown - large and famous college football stadium; home of the West Virginia Mountaineers
Museum of American Glass, Weston - a small but highly-rated glass art museum
Philippi Bridge, Philippi - supposedly the oldest covered bridge in West Virginia
Prabhupada's Palace of Gold, New Vrindaban - huge and impressive spiritual attraction built by the followers of Hare Krishna
Pricketts Fort State Park, Fairmont - visit a reconstructed refuge fort from the late 18th century
Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum, Weston - tour a historic insane asylum
Valley Falls State Park, Fairmont - offers four waterfalls and several miles of hiking and biking trails
West Virginia Botanic Garden, Morgantown - a small botanic garden with four miles of hiking trails
West Virginia Penitentiary, Moundsville - guided and unguided tours of a decommissioned prison; some tours focus on the paranormal
World's Largest Teapot, Chester - see a 14-foot tall giant teapot that is one of West Virginia's best roadside attractions

Northeastern West Virginia (including Berkeley Springs and Harpers Ferry)
American Mountain Theater, Elkins - a theatre showing mostly southern gospel and bluegrass concerts
Appalachian Trail Conference Headquarters, Harpers Ferry - the headquarters of the organization that oversees the Appalachian Trail
Audra State Park, Buckhannon - walk a trail under an impressive rock overhanging; good hiking and mountain biking trails; swimming hole
Bears Rocks Preserve, Davis - offers some of the best and most-photographed scenic views in the state; edge of the Dolly Sods Wilderness
Berkeley Springs State Park, Berkeley Springs - soak in hot springs baths; other spa treatments are also offered
Bickel Knob Observation Tower, Monongahela National Forest, Elkins - scenic views from a firetower off forest road 91 (Stuart Memorial Dr)
Blackwater Falls State Park, Davis - several excellent waterfalls plus scenic views from Lindy Point and Pendleton Point; 20 miles of trails
Douglas Falls - take a short walk to view a scenic 35-foot tall waterfall that lies just outside of Blackwater Falls State Park
Dolly Sods Wilderness Area - one of the premier wilderness areas on the East Coast; fantastic outlooks and hiking/backpacking trails
Durbin and Greenbrier Valley Railroad, Elkins - offers several different scenic railroad journeys
Gandy Danver Theatre, Elkins - dinner theatre similar to what you'd experience in Pigeon Forge, TN or Branson, MO
Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, Harpers Ferry - tour several historic buildings in downtown Harpers Ferry
Monongahela National Forest - one of the biggest and best wilderness areas on the East Coast; many excellent trails and waterfalls
NROCKS Outdoor Adventures, Circleville - guided tours of one of the premiere "via ferrata" climbing spots in North America
Orr's Farm Market, Martinsburg - top-rated pick-your-own farm with an excellent farmer's market
Seneca Caverns, Riverton - offers excellent guided cave tours, although it's currently closed as of 2022
Seneca Rocks, Monongahela National Forest - see, hike, and/or rock-climb one of the most famous natural landmarks in West Virginia
Smoke Hole Caverns & Log Cabin Resort, Cabins - great underground guided cave tours
Spruce Knob, Riverton - take in the views from the top of West Virginia; you can drive (in season) or hike to the top
Summersville Lake - West Virginia's largest and most popular lake; has a 60 mile shoreline with cliff-jumping; excellent boating/kayaking
Wonderment Puppet Theater, Martinsburg - one of the top puppet theaters in the U.S. (if not the #1 best)

Central & Southern West Virginia (including Charleston, Riverton, White Sulphur Springs, and New River Gorge National Park)
ATV/ORV-ing in Oak Hill - one of the best spots in West Virginia for ATVing
Babcock State Park, Clifftop - famous for its historic Glade Creek Grist Mill; excellent hiking trails plus a campground with cabin rentals
Beartown State Park, Hillsboro - take a short boardwalk trail to see unusual rock formations and overhanging cliffs
Beckley Exhibition Coal Mine & Youth Museum, Beckley - descend 1,500 feet into a former coal mine on a guided tour
Bridge Walk, Lansing - guided tours of the New River Gorge Bridge from a catwalk that is 25 feet below the main deck of the bridge
Cass Scenic Railroad State Park, Cass - take an 11-mile scenic train ride
Cathedral Falls, Gauley Bridge - 60-foot waterfall on Cane Branch near the Gauley River Bridge
Droop Mountain Battlefield State Park, Hillsboro - visit the last significant Civil War battle site in West Virginia
Falls of Hills Creek, Monongahela National Forest - see three scenic waterfalls, including a 65-footer
Green Bank Observatory, Green Bank - science center and guided tours to the enormous Green Bank Telescope (GBT)
Greenbrier Government Relocation Facility, White Sulphur Springs - visit a Cold War-era bunker
Greenbrier, The, White Sulphur Springs - one of America's grand luxury resorts; surrounded by the beauty of the Allegheny Mountains
Greenbrier River Trail - an outstanding 78-mile partially-paved rail trail that travels from North Caldwell to Cass; arguably WV's #1 rail trail
Hanging Rock Raptor Observatory, George Washington & Jefferson National Forests - old fire tower with great opportunities to spot raptors
Hawks Nest State Park, Ansted - offers a scenic overlook plus hiking trails, jetboat rides, an aerial tramway, and whitewater rafting
Heritage Farm Museum & Village, Huntington - excellent open-air living history museum focusing on Appalachian history and culture
Lost World Caverns, Lewisburg - excellent guided cave tours
Monongahela National Forest - one of the biggest and best wilderness areas on the East Coast; many excellent trails and waterfalls
Mothman Museum, Point Pleasant - quirky museum about a local rumored beast
New River Gorge National Park & Preserve - relatively new national park with great hiking trails and the impressive New River Gorge Bridge
New River Gorge Bridge, Fayetteville - 1/2 mile long dramatic steel arch bridge over the Never River; one of the highest bridges in the U.S.
Pinnacle Rock State Park, Bramwell - features a famous sandstone rock formation that you can climb up
Pomona Salt Cave and Spa, White Sulphur Springs - receive spa services in a salt cave constructed into the side of a mountain
State Capitol Building, Charleston - impressive 1932 capitol with a large, gold-leafed dome
Tamarack, Beckley - famous art and cultural center
West Virginia State Museum, Charleston - good exhibits on West Virginia history & culture
Whitewater rafting the Gauley River - one of the most famous whitewater rafting destinations in the U.S.
Zip-lining in Lansing - several companies in the area offer excellent zip-lining tours (e.g. ACE)

Are you aware of any other 5-star attractions in West Virginia? If so, please email me at gparsons66@hotmail.com.

For a list of 5-star attractions in neighboring states, click on any of these links:  KY  |  MD  |  OH  |  PA  |  VA

BEST TOWNS & CITIES TO VISIT IN WEST VIRGINIA



These towns and cities in West Virginia are generally regarded as the most interesting to travelers:

Fayetteville - a small town close to New River Gorge National Park & Preserve and many outdoor activities (including whitewater rafting)
Harpers Ferry - a small town with a lively tourist historict district; Harpers Ferry National Historic Park and Appalachian Trail are both here
Lewisburg - a very small city with an attractive and historic Main Street district that has boutique shops and art galleries

My favorite small town in West Virginia is Harpers Ferry. I think one day is generally enough time to spend exploring this town and the national historic park that is embedded within it. You could maybe do two days if you included a day hike on the Appalachian Trail, which passes directly through the town.

If you want to visit New River Gorge National Park and Preserve, stay in or near Fayetteville or Beckley.

Click here if you'd like to see a complete list of towns and cities that I find interesting across the entire U.S.

WHAT IS WEST VIRGINIA FAMOUS FOR?



Here are some things that West Virginia is famous or well-known for:

coal mining
mountain scenery
national forests
outdoor activities
waterfalls
whitewater rafting

Click here if you'd like to explore what other U.S. states are famous for.

NATIONAL PARKS IN WEST VIRGINIA



West Virginia has one official national park plus several other federally-managed parks and properties, including:

National Parks
New River Gorge National Park & Preserve - a relatively new national park with great hiking trails and the impressive New River Gorge Bridge

National Recreation Areas
Gauley River National Recreation Area
Spruce Knob-Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area

National Forests
George Washington & Jefferson National Forest
Monongahela National Forest

National Historical Parks / Other National Parks & Properties
Appalachian National Scenic Trail
Bluestone National Scenic River
Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park
Chesapeake Bay
Harpers Ferry National Historical Park
Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail

If you are visiting New River Gorge National Park for the first time, I recommend spending 2 days there. Try to hike on a few of the park's trails.

For more information on West Virginia's national parks, visit the West Virginia page of the National Park Service. For an overview of all U.S. national parks, click here.

STATE PARKS IN WEST VIRGINIA



West Virginia has an excellent state park system and boasts more than 40 state parks/forests. Many of these parks offer scenery that is noteworthy on a national scale. Here are what I consider to be West Virginia's finest state parks:

Northwestern & Northcentral West Virginia (including Morgantown)
Blennerhassett Island Historical State Park, Parkersburg - take a sternwheeler riverboat from Point Park to visit this Palladian mansion
Coopers Rock State Forest, Bruceton Mills - some of the most scenic views in WV; 50 miles of hiking and biking trails, plus rock climbing
Pricketts Fort State Park, Fairmont - visit a reconstructed refuge fort from the late 18th century
Valley Falls State Park, Fairmont - offers four waterfalls and several miles of hiking and biking trails

Northeastern West Virginia (including Berkeley Springs and Harpers Ferry)
Audra State Park, Buckhannon - walk a trail under an impressive rock overhanging; good hiking and mountain biking trails; swimming hole
Berkeley Springs State Park, Berkeley Springs - soak in hot springs baths; other spa treatments are also offered
Blackwater Falls State Park, Davis - several excellent waterfalls plus scenic views from Lindy Point and Pendleton Point; 20 miles of trails

Central & Southern West Virginia (including Charleston, Riverton, and White Sulphur Springs)
Babcock State Park, Clifftop - famous for its historic Glade Creek Grist Mill; excellent hiking trails plus a campground with cabin rentals
Beartown State Park, Hillsboro - take a short boardwalk trail to see unusual rock formations and overhanging cliffs
Cass Scenic Railroad State Park, Cass - take an 11-mile scenic train ride
Droop Mountain Battlefield State Park, Hillsboro - visit the last significant Civil War battle site in West Virginia
Hawks Nest State Park, Ansted - offers a scenic overlook plus hiking trails, jetboat rides, an aerial tramway, and whitewater rafting
Pinnacle Rock State Park, Bramwell - has a famous sandstone rock formation that you can climb up

To see my list of the top 100 state parks in the country, click here.

BEST WATERFALLS IN WEST VIRGINIA



West Virginia has more than 150 natural waterfalls. Here are some of the best waterfalls in West Virginia:

Northeastern West Virginia (including Berkeley Springs and Harpers Ferry)
Blackwater Falls in Blackwater Falls State Park
Douglas Falls near Blackwater Falls State Park
Elakala Falls in Blackwater Falls State Park
Red Creek Falls in Dolly Sods Wilderness
Upper Seneca Creek Falls in Monongahela National Forest

Central & Southern West Virginia (including Charleston, Riverton, and White Sulphur Springs)
Cathedral Falls in Gauley Bridge
Falls of Hills Creek in Monongahela National Forest
High Falls in Monongahela National Forest
Sandstone Falls in New River Gorge National Park and Preserve

For a listing of all known waterfalls in West Virginia, visit the World Waterfall Database.

BEST SCENIC DRIVES IN WEST VIRGINIA



Here is a list of the best scenic drives in West Virginia:

Highland Scenic Highway - a seasonal 43-mile paved route that follows WV-39 and WV-150 through Monongahela National Forest
Midland Trail (WV-60) - a 120-mile paved route from Charleston to White Sulphur Springs via Ansted; take a detour to New River Gorge

My favorite scenic drive in West Virginia is the Highland Scenic Highway. There are four scenic overlooks along this seasonal road. I believe the entire road is open in winter, but travel is highly discouraged from November to April as a 23-mile section on WV-150 is not maintained in winter.

The 20-mile section of WV-32 from Harman to Thomas might also be a good drive, but I'm not sure if it has any scenic views or not. I know it leads to several great attractions though, including Blackwater Falls State Park and Canaan Valley State Park.

US-219 from Lewisburg to Elkins also seems like it would be a decent route to drive. I'm not sure if it has any scenic views of its own though.

For a list of great scenic drives in each U.S. state, click here.

BEST RAIL TRAILS IN WEST VIRGINIA



Here is a list of some of the best rail trails (or similar cycling paths) in West Virginia:

Northwestern & Northcentral West Virginia (including Morgantown)
Deckers Creek Trail
Mon River Trail/Caperton Trail - an excellent 30-mile partially-paved rail trail that travels from the WV/PA line to Prickett's Fort State Park
Panhandle Trail

Central & Southern West Virginia (including Charleston, Riverton, and White Sulphur Springs)
Greenbrier River Trail - an outstanding 78-mile partially-paved rail trail that travels from North Caldwell to Cass; arguably WV's #1 rail trail

Both the Greenbrier River Trail and the Mon River Trail/Caperton Trail are considered amongst the premier rail trails in the United States. Take note that the Mon River Trail has two sections, but the Caperton Trail connects both of them. I'm not exactly sure why they don't just call the entire trail one name.

For detailed information on all known rail trails in West Virginia, visit the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy website.

BEST AMUSEMENT PARKS / THEME PARKS IN WEST VIRGINIA



I am only aware of two notable amusement parks in West Virginia, and both are relatively small on a national scale:

Camden Park, Huntington
Splash Zone, Clarksburg

BEST MUSEUMS IN WEST VIRGINIA



West Virginia has several excellent museums. The best museums in West Virginia include:

Northwestern & Northcentral West Virginia (including Morgantown)
Archive of the Afterlife: A Paranormal Museum, Cameron
Kruger Street Toy & Train Museum, Wheeling
Museum of American Glass, Weston
Oglebay Institute Glass Museum, Wheeling
Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum, Weston
West Virginia Penitentiary, Moundsville

Northeastern West Virginia (including Berkeley Springs and Harpers Ferry)
Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, Harpers Ferry

Central & Southern West Virginia (including Charleston, Riverton, and White Sulphur Springs)
Beckley Exhibition Coal Mine & Youth Museum, Beckley
Clay Center, Charleston
Heritage Farm Museum & Village, Huntington
Mothman Museum, Point Pleasant
Museum of Radio & Technology, Huntington
West Virginia State Museum, Charleston

BEST DAY HIKES IN WEST VIRGINIA



Despite being a relatively small state, West Virginia offers many fantastic hiking trails. You'll find many of the premier hikes in three areas: the Dolly Sods Wilderness, Monongahela National Forest, and New River Gorge National Park and Preserve. Here are many of the best day hikes in West Virginia:

Northwestern & Northcentral West Virginia (including Morgantown)
Raven Rock Trail, Coopers Park State Forest

Northeastern West Virginia (including Berkeley Springs and Harpers Ferry)
Appalachian Trail & Loudoun Heights Loop
Bear Rocks and Lions Head Loop, Dolly Sods Wilderness
Big Schloss via Wolf Gap Trail, Wolf Gap Recreation Area
Blackbird Knob Trail to Blackbird Knob, Dolly Sods Wilderness Area
Blackwater Falls State Park trails (e.g. Blackwater Falls, Lindy Point Overlook, etc.)
Blackwater Canyon Trail, Monongahela National Forest
Chimney Top/North Fork Mountain Trail, Monongahela National Forest
High Falls, Monongahela National Forest
High Knob Tower Trail, George Washington & Jefferson National Forests
Maryland Heights, Harpers Ferry National Historical Park
Rohrbaugh Overlook, Dolly Sods Wilderness
Seneca Rocks Overlook, Spruce Knob-Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area
Spruce Knob, Spruce Knob-Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area
Table Rock Overlook, Monongahela National Forest
Tibbet Knob Trail, George Washington National Forest (Lee District)
Upper Falls of Seneca Creek, Monongahela National Forest

Central & Southern West Virginia (including Charleston, Riverton, White Sulphur Springs, and New River Gorge National Park)
Castle Rock Trail, New River Gorge National Park and Preserve
Cowpasture Loop, Monongahela National Forest
Endless Wall Trail, New River Gorge National Park and Preserve
Falls of Hills Creek, Falls of Hills Creek Scenic Area, Monongahela National Forest
Long Point, New River Gorge National Park and Preserve
Turkey Spur Rock, New River Gorge National Park and Preserve

The highpoint of West Virginia is Spruce Knob (4,861'). You can drive-up (in season) or take a day hike (moderately difficult) to reach the top.

BEST BACKPACKING TRIPS IN WEST VIRGINIA



West Virginia offers a few great backpacking opportunities. Some of the premier backpacking areas in West Virginia include:

Cranberry Wilderness in Monongahela National Forest
Dolly Sods Wilderness
Spruce Knob-Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area

CLASSIC OUTDOOR ADVENTURES IN WEST VIRGINIA



West Virginia offers many fantastic outdoor adventures, including these classics:

ATV/ORV-ing in Oak Hill
Backpacking the Cranberry Wilderness in Monongahela National Forest
Backpacking the Dolly Sods Wilderness
Backpacking the Spruce Knob-Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area
Bouldering in the town of Bozoo
Bouldering at Coppers Rock State Forest
Canoeing/kayaking the Cacapon River
Canoeing/kayaking the Cheat River
Canoeing/kayaking the Coal River
Canoeing/kayaking the Elk River
Canoeing/kayaking the Greenbrier River
Canoeing/kayaking the South Branch of the Potomac River
Canoeing/kayaking the Summersville Lake
Cycling the Greenbrier River Trail
Cycling the Mon River Trail/Caperton Trail
Cycling the Panhandle Trail
Day hiking Chimney Top/North Fork Mountain in Monongahela National Forest
Day hiking in Dolly Sods Wilderness
Day hiking in New River Gorge National Park & Preserve
Mountain biking the Arrowhead Bike Trails
Mountain biking in Kanawha State Forest
Mountain biking in Mountwood Park
Mountain biking at the Snowshoe Mountain Resort
Rock climbing Coopers Rock State Forest
Rock climbing at Meadow River
Rock climbing at New River Gorge
Rock climbing at SenecaRocks
Rock climbing at Summersville Lake
Skydiving in Huntington or Morgantown
Tubing the Cacapon River
Tubing the Cheat River
Tubing the Potomac River
Tubing the Tygart River
Whitewater rafting the Lower Gauley River
Whitewater rafting the Upper Gauley River
Whitewater rafting the Lower New River
Whitewater rafting the Upper New River

SKI RESORTS IN WEST VIRGINIA



There are currently four actively-operating ski resorts in West Virginia. The largest is Snowshoe Mountain, which has 60 trails and a vertical drop of 1,500 feet. The next largest ski resorts are Timberline Four Seasons and Canaan Valley.

WEST VIRGINIA TRAVEL TIPS



For offbeat and unique West Virginia attractions, visit one or both of these amazing websites: Atlas Obscura and Roadside America

UNIQUE / SPECIALTY FOODS TO TRY IN WEST VIRGINIA



Here are some unique / specialty foods to try while you are in West Virginia:

buckwheat cakes
hot dogs / slaw dogs
paw paw
pepperoni rolls

For a list of unique foods and mom-and-pop type eateries and restaurants in West Virginia (or any other U.S. state), visit the Roadfood.com website.
For a list of unique foods to try in each of the 50 U.S. states, click here.
For a list of the top-rated beers to try in West Virginia (or any other U.S. state), visit the Beer Advocate website.

OTHER KEY WEST VIRGINIA INFORMATION



State Capital:
Charleston

Major Airports:
West Virginia International Yeager Airport (CRW) in Charleston (although it's fairly small)

Largest Cities:
Charleston (48,356), Huntington (46,382), Morgantown (30,485), Parkersburg (29,388), Wheeling (26,766), Martinsburg (19,087)

Primary U.S. Interstates:
I-64, I-68, I-70, I-77, I-79, I-81

State Highpoint:
Spruce Knob (4,861') in Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area in northeastern West Virginia; you can drive-up (in season) or take a day hike (moderately difficult)

Professional Sports Teams:
None

Funny or Unique Town/City Names:
Fame, Friendly, Gassaway, and Left Hand

Take note that in general this travel guide intentionally excluded restaurants, lodging/hotels, breweries, wineries/vineyards, and certain other types of attractions (like arcades, ax-throwing, bowling alleys, and escape rooms). These types of places tend to come and go, and keeping up with that would be too challenging. I encourage you to use Google Maps, Tripadvisor, Yelp, and other travel sites that have reader reviews to find the latest and greatest places that I haven't covered here.



Harpers Ferry, West Virginia
Harpers Ferry, West Virginia

Appalachian Trail Conservancy headquarters in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia
Appalachian Trail Conservancy headquarters in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia

Charlie the Coal Miner in Shinnston, West Virginia
Charlie the Coal Miner in Shinnston, West Virginia


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