Have a Happy Easter in Southern West Virginia!

Hop to it! Easter’s on its way, and we’ve got the scoop on everything to make this holiday one to remember.

A sunrise walk to remember

The early bird gets the worm – or in this case, a spectacular sunrise! For all you early risers, Bridge Walk in Lansing is offering a sunrise walk on April 1. The view as you stride safely across the catwalk of the New River Gorge bridge is stunning on any occasion, but a sunrise walk is truly a sight to behold – and it only happens once a year! A walk costs $72 per person. Visit the Bridge Walk website to book your Easter Sunday sunrise walk.

Glade Springs

Go down the rabbit hole this Easter! The Resort at Glade Springs has an Alice in Wonderland themed package March 30 – April 1. The package includes a two night stay, daily breakfast buffet, and all kinds of themed activities for the kids. On Easter Sunday, enjoy brunch in the Bright Ballroom. Choose from two times: 11:30 a.m. or 1 p.m. After brunch, hunt for eggs with Alice and the Easter Bunny! For more information, visit the Glade Springs website.

The best buffets

Enjoy the Mountain State’s finest cuisine at Tamarack’s Easter Brunch! On April 1, get the whole family together for a meal to remember. Dine on flaky pastries, salads with the freshest ingredients, holiday classics like glazed ham, and sweet treats to round out your meal. Cost is $35 for adults and $17 for children 4 and older. Children 3 and under are free. Visit Tamarack’s website to make reservations, but hurry – this long awaited event sells out quickly!

Celebrate Easter at Adventures on the Gorge! A massive buffet awaits you on April 1 as you dine on the rim of the New River Gorge. Enjoy everything from smoked salmon and salads to quiche and shepherd’s pie, plus a carving station with glazed ham and prime rim. And don’t forget dessert! Cost is $39 for adults and $20 for children 5 and older. Children 4 and under eat free. Reservations are recommended – contact Adventures on the Gorge for more information.

Basket stuffers

Sweet treats of all kinds are waiting for you at Coal Country Kandies in Princeton! These Easter themed goodies will delight little bunnies of all ages.

Cupcakes and cake pops are The Blue Spoon’s specialty! Pick up a dozen cupcakes adorned with candy rabbits, Easter eggs, and colorful icing for $30. Cake pops are $25 for per dozen. Call this Bluefield eatery to place your order, but hurry – orders for these tasty treats must be placed by March 26!

For West Virginia made specialities, visit Tamarack. Fill baskets for kids with locally made candies and chocolate. Or, pick up gourmet goodies or a bottle of West Virginia wine for a treat of your own!

Hoppy Easter! How will you celebrate in Southern West Virginia?