Ever been on a cave crawl? Southern West Virginia’s natural and man-made caverns make delightful trips for the whole family. Fast or slow, there’s a spelunking journey set at your kind of pace. Crawl through muddy crannies, bask in a halotherapy chamber, and more! Lost World Caverns Since 1942, this cave has entranced folks for generations with … Continue reading Find your next adventure … underground!→
What makes a mountain wine? Most folks associate American wine with Napa Valley and Sonoma County, California. And why not? The Golden State makes darn good reds and whites. But did you know that West Virginia used to be almost as famous? Until blight arrived in the late 1800s, our state produced most of the nation’s … Continue reading Get ready to drink outside the box!→
Name: Megan Message: Growing up my family would always make a visit to the New River Gorge Bridge and Visitors Center. So on my solo trip this week (August 14,2017) I decided to see it again as it had been quite a few years. Unfortunately the visitors center was closed by the time I got … Continue reading Story By Megan – New River Gorge Bridge Drive→
Name: Abigail Message: I live right under Charleston and we frequently make day trips to the bridge. (Pssst…stop at secret sandwich society in fayetteville) my boyfriend and I spend every anniversary trying out a new trail around the gorge. There’s also a group I go with down the Gauley white water kayaking. If you couldn’t … Continue reading Story By Abigail – Love the Gorge→
Name: Sherrill Message: My husband and I recently visited Carnifax Ferry State Park & enjoyed a day of hiking and riding bikes! We especially enjoyed stopping by the Patteson House and learning about the Battle of Carnifax Ferry during the American Civil War!
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