North Panhandle West Virginia

The northernmost point of West Virginia blends scenic beauty with city living - just minutes outside the metropolis of Pittsburgh. Filled with rich history, cultural diversity and surprising discoveries, this slender riverside region provides the perfect backdrop for a memorable vacation. Read more

Mountaineer Country West Virginia

Home of the West Virginia University Mountaineers, the college-town of Morgantown keeps the heart of the region beating with spirit, vigor and passion. Nearby towns of Fairmont, Clarksburg and Bridgeport offer more attractions, shopping and dining - and are only a short drive away! Filled with rich multicultural heritage, this growing region combines outdoor beauty with a vibrant and community feel. Read more

Mid-Ohio Valley West Virginia

Heritage is the defining characteristic of the charming towns and riverfront cities in this region. Here you’ll find historical sites devoted to West Virginia’s oil and gas industry, along with historic mansions, theaters, taverns and dime stores. Explore the area by foot or ferryboat, or hop on your bike for an invigorating ride through the woods on the old B&O railroad line. It’s just the R&R you need! Read more

Metro Valley West Virginia

Metro Valley visitors enjoy the best in shopping, dining and entertainment in the cities of  Charleston and Huntington. Smaller communities— among them Malden, Dunbar, St. Albans, Hurricane and Winfield— offer antiques, boutiques, historic sites and festival fun. Nature is always nearby. Hikers, bikers and birders love Kanawha State Forest, Charleston’s Carriage Trail, South Charleston’s Little Creek Park and other wooded getaways. Read more

Eastern Panhandle West Virginia

Just a short distance from Washington and Baltimore, West Virginia’s Eastern Panhandle revives visitors with a relaxed atmosphere full of history, scenery and small-town charm. Berkeley Springs, known for its healing waters since George Washington’s time, remains a popular spa destination today. A certified West Virginia Art Town, it’s also a mecca for antique lovers. Martinsburg celebrates its many historic treasures and bustles with festivals devoted to wine, arts, apples, chocolate, chili and more. Shepherdstown is a picturesque college community with a delightfully eclectic shopping scene and a collection of inviting restaurants. And who can resist a trip to Charlest... Read more

Potomac Highlands West Virginia

Encompassing the Allegheny Mountains and the Monongahela National Forest in eastern West Virginia, the Potomac Highlands region is nature’s playground. Steep, forested hills and clear mountain streams provide ample opportunity for hiking, biking and fishing. Winding roads and scenic railways offer enticing trips to view brilliant fall colors, while winter’s snows bring out the skis and snowshoes. Charming mountain towns house art galleries, coffee shops, breweries and restaurants, and venues along the Mountain Music Trail showcase the music and dance of Appalachia. Whether you’re looking for excitement or relaxation, it’s the perfect vacation getaway! Read more

Mountain Lakes West Virginia

MOUNTAIN LAKES The lakes of this region – Stonewall Jackson, Stonecoal, Summersville, Sutton and Burnsville— all offer watery fun for everyone. Enjoy swimming, snorkeling, water-skiing and boating on all five, or try aqua cycling at Stonewall Jackson Lake. Fishing, hunting, biking and birding are popular throughout the region, and rock climbers love the ledges at Summersville Lake. This region also holds an abundance of arts, crafts and boutique shopping. Admirers of handcrafted glass can visit factories, outlets, a glass museum and watch individual artisans in action. Snowshoe in Pochantas County is West Virginia’s biggest ski resort, and it has the highest total e... Read more

New River-Greenbrier West Virginia

NEW RIVER-GREENBRIER VALLEY From outdoor recreation to culture and history, you’ll find it all in the scenic New River and Greenbrier Valley. Visitors flock to the New River Gorge to enjoy some of the best whitewater rafting and rock climbing on the East Coast, while the Greenbrier Valley is home to beautiful landscapes. Here you can tour a coal mine or spend all day exploring the woods and waters, then wrap up your visit with dining, shopping and evening entertainment in one of the many charming towns that dot the region. With a mix of outdoor recreation, small town charm and first-class luxury, you’ll never want to leave!   Read more

Hatfield-McCoy Mountains West Virginia

HATFIELD-MCCOY MOUNTAINS Rooted in history and coal mining heritage, the Hatfield-McCoy Mountains will bring you a little closer to Appalachian culture through beautiful craggy mountains, outdoor adventure and true West Virginia strength.  The rugged Hatfield & McCoy Region of southwestern West Virginia ascends the valleys of slow moving rivers south along the border of Kentucky and into the sharp-peaked Cumberland Mountains. The Hatfield & McCoy Region includes some of the most fantastic scenery in West Virginia — lush forests, dramatic terrain, and coal-era ghost towns. History In the late 1800s, the region was infamously the domain of the Hatfield clan, memb... Read more

Hampton Roads Virginia

The Coastal Virginia - Hampton Roads Region This region continues to draw visitors year after year. There's so much to see and do year 'round that you'll definitely be glad you came. The Historic Triangle Visit  Historic Jamestown, the Birthplace of English-speaking America, as well as  Jamestown Settlement and Yorktown Victory Center in Williamsburg. Nearby attractions include: James River Plantations Colonial National Historical Park Colonial Williamsburg, the nation's largest living history museum, is actually a functional colonial town itself, and one of the most popular destinations in the world! Families, be sure to visit  Busch Gardens  theme park, voted t... Read more

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