Fall Romantic Getaways in Almost Heaven

Fall in in Almost Heaven is the perfect time to plan a romantic getaway complete with colorful foliage and cozy accommodations. Pack your favorite flannel and get ready for these romantic getaways in West Virginia:

Adventure at Pipestem Resort State Park

Visit Pipestem Resort State Park for a romantic escape that’s packed with adventure. Try the Pipestem Peaks Zipline Tour and ride on Pipestem’s aerial tramway to see the foliage over the Bluestone Gorge.

Stay at the Pipestem McKeever Lodge for panoramic views of the surrounding mountains. Finish your active getaway by hiking on one of Pipestem’s 20 hiking trails.

Relax at Oglebay Resort

Oglebay Resort is surrounded by West Virginia mountains and filled with lush landscaping and gardens, making it the perfect place for a quiet escape with someone you love.

Take a tour through Oglebay’s Bissonette Gardens and dine outside at the Garden Bistro. While you’re enjoying the resort, enjoy a couple’s spa day at the West Spa. You can learn more about animals through a visit to the Oglebay Good Zoo. To cap off your stay, enjoy a quiet hiking trail then see the stars while sitting by a fire on the outdoor patio.

Hiking at Dolly Sods

For a more remote romantic getaway, try hiking at Dolly Sods Wilderness. With scenic vistas and bright foliage, Dolly Sods is the perfect place for a quiet romantic trip. Try hiking to Bear Rocks or Blackbird Knob to see the leaves fall.

Once you’re done hiking, head to Thomas where you can stay at the Mountain Primrose Bed and Breakfast and enjoy quaint rooms and specially made breakfasts. While you’re in town, visit Thomas and Davis for small town charm and local brews from Stumptown Ales. If you’re up for more exploration, visit Blackwater Falls State Park to hike and see the 57-foot falls.

City Getaway in Charleston

If you’re ready for romance in a West Virginia city, visit Charleston for an upscale experience. Stay at the Brass Pineapple Inn for cozy rooms with antique decor. Visit the Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences and view the art exhibits.

While you’re in town, visit Capitol Market and stroll through seasonal produce and purchase WV chocolate, wine and crafts. Stop by Taylor Books and Kin Ship Goods to complete your shopping in Charleston. Try Laury’s Restaurant for dinner, the restaurant is in an old rail depot and offers views of the Kanawha River.

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This post was last updated on August 3, 2020