7 Kid-Approved Activities Adults Will Also Love

West Virginia is the perfect place to have a family adventure. From wild adventures like ziplining and caving to mild adventures like ice skating and sled hills – there’s truly something for every family. This fall season is a great time to try something new and create some amazing memories with your family.

1. Ziplining

Cruise above forests and rivers for incredible views and fun. Visit these places for different kinds of ziplining experiences you’ll never forget:

2. Caving

Try something new by taking an underground adventure where you’ll crawl and work you back through the mazes that lie under the state’s mountains. Head to any of these places for an amazing caving experience:

3. Rail Trails

Rail trails are a great family activity. You can walk, hike, bike and horseback ride these trails for a nice family experience. Here are some rail trails we think the whole family will love:

4. Geocaching

Go on a family geocaching treasure hunt for a unique way to explore West Virginia’s scenic beauty. When geocaching you’ll follow clues and GPS coordinates to uncover hidden treasures tucked away in nature.

  • Berkeley County Geotrail
  • Hatfield-McCoy Geotrail
  • Greenbrier Geocache Trail

5. Ice Skating

Is there anything better than gliding and spinning on an ice rink and warming up with delicious hot cocoa afterwards? Visit these places for some true ice skating fun with the entire family:

6. Sled Hills

West Virginia has some of the best and fastest slopes. In fact, Blackwater Falls State Park is home to the longest sled run on the East Coast. For a wild ride both you and your kids will love, stop by these incredibly fun sled hills:

7. Corn Mazes

Wind through tricky corn mazes this fall for some true family bonding. From spooky corn mazes to a little less scary corn mazes on beautiful farms both are a perfect way to spend a day with your family. Here are some beloved corn mazes around the state:

Which is your favorite?

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This post was last updated on March 17, 2022