Spring Adventures in Southern West Virginia

Southern West Virginia is a four-season destination, and there are plenty of ways to enjoy the warm weather. Go for a hike and find spectacular waterfalls and seasonal wildflowers along the way. Cool off at Lake Stephens with water activities ranging from boating and swimming to a kid-friendly splash pad. Pitch a tent at a scenic campsite and listen to the relaxing sounds of nature, or snuggle up in a secluded cabin with all the amenities.  

From outdoor adventures and family fun to shopping and dining, make the most of your springtime getaway to Southern West Virginia by requesting a free travel guide.

Lake Stephens

Escape to Lake Stephens and enjoy the great outdoors. Developed around the site of an old camp for trappers and hunters, the area dates back to 1792. The 272-acre mountain lake sits in the middle of a 2,000-acre hardwood forest and offers disc golf, boating, fishing and swimming as well as over 20 miles of hiking and biking trails. Lounge on the beach or take the family to the aqua water park and sprinkler pad for a day of fun. And with seven cabin rentals ranging in size and options for RV and tent camping (May-October), you can stay and play at Lake Stephens.

Springtime in Southern West Virginia

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