There’s nothing more All-American than a small town gathering to celebrate our Independence Day. Come to Southern WV and enjoy the fun!
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One thing about humans: we’re attracted to water. Something about vacations often leads us to lakes, rivers, and oceans. We just can’t get enough of it, and we love to […]
There’s plenty of history and folklore to discover here in southern West Virginia. One of those stories involves a man, a machine and a legacy left behind. It’s the story […]
Forgotten monuments and historic buildings sit just off the beaten path. Long Point, Nuttallburg, Sandstone Falls … it’s hard to resist another visit to places like these. But what about […]
Have you ever taken a hike through the woods and see plants that look good enough to eat? Well many of them are!
As we celebrate Black History Month in Southern West Virginia, we’re taking a look at some of our most prominent Black leaders and historical sites where you can learn more […]
February is Black History Month, and southern West Virginia has an incredible African American history. Let’s take a trip through time and celebrate our African American heritage. Freedom and the […]
A normal WV winter (cold, snowy) has been conspicuously absent so far this season. That means you have even more time to explore in the New River Gorge National Park […]
Southern West Virginia’s biggest whitewater event is world-renowned. How much do you know about the wild, wonderful, famous and fierce Gauley? Here are some facts that’ll reshape what you think of the river we know (fondly) as the “Beast of the East”:
Theatre WV is back for it's 56th season, stronger and better than ever and ready to put on a 'barn burning' show!