Planning a trip? Here’s What WV Locals Recommend . . .August 24, 2011
The old saying goes, “ When in Rome, do as the Romans do”. That suggestion also definitely applies here in Southern West Virginia. Curious about how to plan for your WV vacation? Here’s a way to take some of the guess work out of the process. Southern West Virginia locals recommend the following: Sights These … Continue reading Planning a trip? Here’s What WV Locals Recommend . . .
Three Scenic New River Mining Towns to VisitJuly 13, 2011
Southern West Virginia was built on coal mining and one doesn’t have to look very hard to find an old coal mining town. But the coal towns of the New River Gorge are a bit different. They were small and remote, etched into the side of the mountain and mostly cutoff from each other except … Continue reading Three Scenic New River Mining Towns to Visit
Top 10 Things To Do At Beckley’s Appalachian FestivalAugust 17, 2009
As big admirers of all things Appalachian, the Southern West Virginia CVB offers you up this list. Come to the Appalachian Festival, and get your last summer fun in the southern WV way! • Hillbilly Breakfast – Biscuits-n-gravy, and… well that’s all you need to say really (plenty of other stuff, too). • Arts and … Continue reading Top 10 Things To Do At Beckley’s Appalachian Festival
What’s The Big Deal With Southern West Virginia?July 15, 2009
Here’s a secret: southern West Virginia is one of the best vacation spots in the country. Maybe that’s our fault. We don’t want to keep it a secret, obviously. Please, be our guests; tell everyone. Shout it from the hilltops. Share it on your facey-spacies. It’s a big deal. A New Blog Series Well, … Continue reading What’s The Big Deal With Southern West Virginia?
#Reposting @kinshipgoods with @instarepost_app — Available now // Sometimes it seems like West Virginia just can’t get a break, but the people here are still some of the toughest and most generous you could find. We’re feeling pretty helpless seeing and hearing about all of the damage and loss from the recent flooding here in WV, so we decided to make a t-shirt. Because that’s one thing we can do. All profits from the sale of this shirt will be donated to the West Virginia chapter of the American Red Cross to aid those effected by the flooding. Stay safe. Stay cozy.