5 Fall Engagement Spots in Almost Heaven

With the leaves changing and cooler temperatures approaching, fall is the perfect time to propose at one of West Virginia’s most romantic spots. Get ready to pop the question at one of these fall engagement spots:

Oglebay Resort

Oglebay Resort and Conference Center in Wheeling is a great backdrop to a fall engagement. Surrounded by mountains, the resort’s lush Bissonnette Gardens is a picturesque and quiet escape. The garden is filled with mums through late October. Celebrate your engagement at one of the resort’s cottages, enjoy the variety of dining options at Oglebay and visit The West Spa to relax together.

Spruce Knob

Take a drive to the highest point in the state for a proposal with a beautiful view. Spruce Knob, part of Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area. Surround yourself with fall color at this scenic spot. Celebrate your engagement with a hike at Seneca Rocks. Once you’ve had your fill of adventure, visit Davis and Thomas for dinner and a romantic stay at a local bed and breakfast.

Endless Wall Trail

Hike to views of the changing leaves in New River Gorge for your engagement. The trail follows the rim of the New River Gorge canyon. Climb among the cliffs and celebrate your engagement with a picnic on an overlook. After your hike, enjoy a stay at Adventures on the Gorge with a romantic dinner at The Station.

Canaan Valley Resort State Park

Canaan Valley Resort State Park has an unlimited amount of fall color. Surrounded by mountains, the valley is a perfect spot to propose. Pair your trip with a stay at the Canaan Valley Resort where you can enjoy dining and swimming with a mountain view.

Dolly Sods Wilderness

Visit the Dolly Sods Wilderness to propose among the gorgeous red foliage. Hike to Bear Rocks for beautiful views of Canaan Valley and surrounding mountains. Hike back and celebrate your engagement in nearby Elkins where you can visit Big Timber Brewing and stay at the Warfield House Bed and Breakfast.

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This post was last updated on August 3, 2020