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  • Jefferson Arts Council

    Our Mission: Maximize the impact of the Arts in our community. Create Arts based cultural alliances. Provide direct grants to promote Arts education and projects. JAC promotes the arts by creating cultural partnerships that enhance the quality of life in Jefferson County, WV.
  • For the Kids, by George Children’s Museum

    3 The Washington Heritage Trail Welcome Center in Martinsburg is a kid-friendly orientation exhibit and shop leading visitors into our region's national scenic byway. In the process of development the Center opens on the Porch Level of the oldest continuously operational railroad station in America in October and has views of the Martinsburg Roundhouse Center, a national historic landmark. Tours of the Roundhouse can be arranged by the Center.
  • Berkeley Springs Bike and Skate Park

    Outdoor Action Sports Facility maintained by the Parks and Recreation Office. The facility is open from Dawn to Dusk. Skate/BMX Park on public land. Free - just bring your helmet. We are located on 187 South Green Street in Berkeley Springs.
  • Cacapon Resort State Park

    29 Cacapon Lodge is situated on the east side of Cacapon Mountain overlooking the wide expanse of a Robert Trent Jones, Sr. golf course. The 48-room classic lodge offers a relaxed setting complete with lounge with a TV, board games, fireplace, and cozy furniture creating a cozy area for family and friends to gather. The full-service restaurant at Cacapon Lodge is popular and offers a variety of menu options.Small groups and conferences, in addition to families and reunions, appreciate the amenities and hospitality at Cacapon State Park. Cacapon's rental cabin styles are Vacation, Classic, Legacy and Economy. Lodge rooms and cabins reservations are year-round. Cacapon is near Berkeley Springs State Park, also open year-round. With 6000 acres to explore at Cacapon State Park, you'll find the park website includes park map, park history, rates, and special events.
  • Capon Springs and Farms

    27 All your worries melt away when you relax at this historic, all-inclusive WV mountain getaway. While you’re there, explore 4,700 acres of breathtaking scenery; feast on farm fresh eggs and delicious baked goods prepared on-site daily; or rejuvenate with the healing spring water throughout the property. For over 85 years, Capon Springs has maintained a casual, comfortable atmosphere with a variety of lodging options. The easy 2-hour drive from DC is a journey back to a kinder, simpler era. Voted 2018's Best Family Vacation Spot in WV Living, you don't want to miss the opportunity to make memories at Capon Springs.
  • Abram’s Creek Lodge & Campground

    0 An environmentally conscious, eco-friendly campground developed in harmony with nature. Abram's Creek Retreat & Campground provides heavily forested tent camping and cozy cabin, as well as a Lodge House along the banks of this small white water river. The nearly ¾ of a mile of pristine waterfront on the property is characterized by massive boulders for sunning and relaxing, as well as cascading waters, waterfalls, rapids and deep pools for swimming and tubing. Amenities include: 5 RV or pop-up sites (max. 24', no hookups), 36 tent sites (no hookups) water nearby, 10 cabins, a 2 bedroom cottage and a lodge with 6 guest rooms. We have waterfront, water view (creek), shower house, and walk-in sites to choose from.
  • Cathedral State Park

    11 Cathedral State Park is an ancient hemlock forest of majestic proportions, and one of the last living commemorations of the vast old-growth hemlock forest that once flourished in the Appalachian highlands. Trees up to 90 feet tall and 16 feet in circumference from cloisters in the park. Throughout the woods, eastern hemlock is the dominant species. The 133 acre park is located on Rt. 50, in Preston County, in northeastern WV. The region is hilly to mountainous, but the park is located on rather gently sloping ground with an elevation varying from 2460 to 2620 feet. More than 170 species of vascular flora have been cataloged, including: Nine species of fern; three species of club moss; more than 30 tree species; and more than 50 species of wildflowers. Cathedral offers 6 miles of hiking trails. The combination of ancient Hemlocks, rhododendrons, ferns, mountain stream, and wildlife offers excellent hiking and photography opportunities. The Cathedral Trail follows Rhine Creek through the forest allowing the opportunity to see a variety of plant and tree species. Cathedral has a picnic area with two shelters and a playground area. Shelters may be reserved by calling the park office. Restrooms are also located in the picnic area.
  • Coopers Rock State Forest

    41 Located less than 15 miles from Morgantown, Coopers Rock State Forest offers a multitude of activities including picnicking, fishing, camping; and more than fifty miles of hiking and biking trails wind throughout the woods of the Wild and Wonderful. Licensed hunting and fishing is permitted, and a six-acre pond full of trout is located on the north side of the forest. The main overlook gives way to beautiful views of the Cheat River Gorge and the nearby trading post is open from May through October. The McCollum Campground has twenty-five sites complete with electric hook ups, perfect for tents or smaller RVs. A central bathhouse is available with showers, laundry and outside faucet. Wi-Fi is available for registered campground guests. Pets are permitted as long as they are kept on a leash. The Rhododendron Campground has 25 primitive tent/hammock campsites, each with their own picnic table and fire pit. There is a central bathroom with flushing toilets and running water is available for campground guests. Pets are permitted as long as they are kept on a leash.
  • Cass Scenic Railroad State Park

    101 Cass Scenic Railroad State Park features train excursions that transport you back in time to relive an era when steam-driven locomotives were an essential part of everyday life. The town of Cass remains relatively unchanged. The restored company houses now rent as vacation cottages any time of year. The company store and museum, town and locomotive shop tours, and the Last Run Restaurant are seasonal delights. The Last Run Restaurant is a featured eatery in WV's 101 Unique Places to Dine. Train rides departing from the Cass Depot are filled with rich histories of the past, unparalleled views of a vast wilderness area, and close-up encounters with the sights and sounds of original steam-driven locomotives. Train rides dates begin in May and continue through October and ticket sales are through COMPANY HOUSE RESERVATIONS: Stay overnight in a two-story company house when you visit Cass Scenic Railroad. There are 20 houses that will accommodate from 4 – 14 guests. Open year-round, the houses are rented by the day, up to a maximum of two weeks. Reserve by telephone by calling Call Cass Scenic Railroad directly at 304-456-4300. Reserve via online services. Make company house reservations anytime, day or night via the internet. Stop by the park office during office hours to make house reservations.
  • Cass Historical Museum

    Cass Historical Museum. Located in the Company Store Building, and founded by Kyle J. Neighbors, the museum features items and artifacts of Cass. Open to the public at no charge, visitors can learn more about the trains, community spirit and history of Cass and the surrounding area. The history of Cass and the regions logging industry come alive before your eyes through railroad artifacts, train paintings and antiques. Open daily, Saturdays before Memorial Day to Labor Day, 9 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.; Weekends Sept. - Oct. (Schedule concurrent with Cass Scenic Railroad.
  • Cheat Mountain Touring Center

    1 Cheat Mountain Touring Center offers lodging, canoe rentals & shuttles, mountain bike shuttles & tours, area information & map sales. The center is situated at the base of Cheat Mountain in the heart of the Monongahela Forest. We are located 17 south of Elkins and 25 miles north of Snowshoe Mountain Resort, in Huttonsville, WV on Rt. 219.
  • Droop Mountain Battlefield State Park

    24 A peaceful park with a panoramic view from the iconic Droop Mountain Tower, now marks the spot where one of West Virginia’s largest and last important Civil War battle was fought on November 6, 1863. The decisive victory of Union forces under General William W. Averell over the Confederate army under General John Echols ended serious efforts by the Confederacy to control West Virginia. For hiking trails, history, and hours of operation, visit the web link below.
  • Blue Meadow Llama Farm

    0 Blue Meadow Llamas is a small farm located in White Sulphur Springs, WV. We are snuggled into the Greenbrier Valley surrounded by the beautiful Allegheny Mountains. As a growing farm, we have focused on establishing a solid foundation herd as well as finding top quality males for breedings. We offer llama tours for large and small groups. We have educational activities for kids and adults so that everyone can learn about llamas and the countries that they originally came from. The farm also offers a picnic pavilion beside a flowing creek and fishing pond, hiking and cycling trails, primitive camping and farm fresh eggs. Please call 304-520-8414 for more information or to schedule your visit.
  • Beartown State Park

    20 The Park is actually one large rock formation split into sections and clefts large enough for walkways. The Park is noted for its massive boulders, overhanging cliffs and unusual rock formations, which are comprised of Pottsville Sandstone formed during the Pennsylvanian Age. Faulting and erosion of the sandstone capping the mountain created a unique system of ‘sunken streets’ in this ‘town of rocks.’ Huge rock formations, deep caves, and dark corners invite the imagination to speculate if bears really do inhabit the vicinity. Beartown State Park is a natural area. Its 107 acres are located on the eastern summit of Droop Mountain, seven miles southwest of Hillsboro, West Virginia. The land was purchased in 1970 with funds from the Nature Conservancy and a donation from Mrs. Edwin G. Polan, in memory of her son, Ronald Keith Neal, who lost his life in the Vietnam War. Development of the park has been minimal in order to preserve the natural attractions of the area. However, basic facilities are provided, and a boardwalk permits easy access. Interpretive signs along the boardwalk guide visitors and provide insights concerning the ecology of the area.
  • Coal Country Miniature Golf & Batting Cages

    Play eighteen holes of miniature golf with a coal mining theme, or try your luck at the batting cages. Grab a bite at the snack bar and enjoy it at our picnic area. Give us a call and we would be happy to accommodate your large group or party. Even take in some history at the coal mining museum!
  • AMT Productions – WV’s Premier Southern Gospel and Bluegrass Concert Series

    6 AMT PRODUCTIONS, formerly the American Mountain Theater has moved its star-studded Southern Gospel and Bluegrass Concert Series to Fairmont, West Virginia's East Fairmont High School beginning in 2018. All of the artists featured in the series are regular participants on Bill Gaither’s “Homecoming TV Shows and Concerts” and also on the RFD’s “Country’s Family Reunion” television show. Tickets may be purchased online or by calling 800-943-3670
  • Dee Jay’s Ribs

    0 Family Dining casual restaurant. BBQ Ribs and grill.
  • Bonnett Run Basketry

    Handmade baskets, basketry kits, and basketry education programs and classes. Visiting our studio and shopping can take place any day. Call first. Basketry education programs can include a "natural materials walk" teaching identification , gathering and preparation techniques for honeysuckle, cattails, yucca, and bark. "Learn to make a Basket" Classes are also available with several styles, prices, and materials to choose from. We specialize in family classes (6 year old minimum). All education classes are scheduled individually. Please call one week ahead to make arrangements.
  • Children’s Museum Of The Ohio Valley

    ​Our mission at The Children's Museum of the Ohio Valley (CMOV) is to promote and stimulate the intellectual and creative potential of children by being a catalyst for the process of learning through hands-on play. CMOV isn't just a museum--it's a place to learn, to imagine, to think, and to be with friends and neighbors. Book your birthday party, school or scout program and choose from a selection of educational fun tailored to your group. $5 per person, free admission under age 1.
  • ACE Adventure Resort

    50 Experience a lifetime of fun and adventure at ACE Adventure Resort. ACE Adventure Resort is nestled into 1,500 wooded acres beside the stunning New River Gorge national park. Explore ACE Adventure Resort by playing on the Adventure Lake, going whitewater rafting, ziplining, rock climbing, mountain biking, hiking and many other adventures. ACE Adventure Resort is home to the Mountain Music Festival, themed trail rides as well as many other amazing lodging and dining options. Rent a cabin, cottage or even a tent and spend a night or two under the stars and claim your spot for the best camping in the New River Gorge. Bring your own gear or rent a tent and sleeping bag from ACE. All sites are within easy walking distance of shower and restroom facilities. Enjoy the privacy of your own camper or RV while staying at ACE’s 1,500-acre whitewater rafting resort. All sites are conveniently located down by ACE’s main facilities for easy access to activities, dining and showers. Most sites are pull through sites with 30 or 50amp sites. If you aren’t quite ready to “rough it” then our rustic options are perfect for you! Choose from a safari-style tent, already set up for you so you don’t have to try to find your tent instructions or those missing tent-poles. Or, opt for a cedar cabin, complete with air-conditioning and a private bathroom.
  • Bluefield City Park and Recreation Center

    The City of Bluefield Parks and Recreation Department is excited to serve your leisure needs and interests through our development of recreation programs and facilities. We provide a picnic area with 4 pavilions (tables and grills under sheds), playground, softball fields, football stadium, youth center with recreational equipment, walking trails, tennis courts and gymnasium with indoor goals.
  • Beckley Exhibition Coal Mine

    75 Take a trip through what once was an operating coal mine. Let Veteran Miners guide you through the past and into the future of mining in West Virginia. Guests ride through the mine in a ‘man car’ that holds 35 people. Tours last 35 minutes. Wear a jacket – mine temperature is 58 degrees year round. In addition to the Coal Mine Tour, enjoy the Coal Camp, which includes a restored coal camp house, miner’s shanty, church, school and more. The Coal Mine also has a museum and gift shop.
  • Clay Center for the Arts & Sciences

    14 Discover the excitement at the Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences, where you can experience music, theater, art and science all under one roof! Visit our magnificent theater for outstanding performances from star musicians and comedic greats, enjoy fun educational science exhibits, check out the art gallery and more! The Clay Center’s Avampato Discovery Museum houses two floors of interactive science exhibits, a world class art museum and state-of-the-art ElectricSky™ Theater, which shows large format films and planetarium shows on a 61-foot dome. GALLERY HOURS Tues-Sat: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sun: 12 p.m. - 5 p.m. Mon: CLOSED BOX OFFICE HOURS Mon-Fri: 9 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Sat: 9:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sun: 11:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Planetarium shows and large format films are additional; combination tickets are available. Group discounts are available for many activities.  Visit the Clay Center today for an unforgettable family experience!
  • Booker T. Washington Boyhood Cabin

    8 Located just behind the African Zion Baptist Church, Booker's cabin was built to match a photograph of his home. Booker T. Washington had a major influence on southern race relations and was the dominant figure in black public affairs from 1895 until his death in 1915. Born into slavery and illiteracy, Washington rose up to become the foremost educator and leader of black Americans at the turn of the century. In 1865, the nine-year-old Booker walked with his family 225 miles from Hales Ford, VA, to his freedom home in Malden. There he labored as a salt-packer and worked in the coal mines before becoming a houseboy for the wife of Lewis Ruffner, owner of the mines. She encouraged Booker to continue his education and, in 1872, he entered the Hampton Agricultural Institute. A forceful speaker, Washington became skilled in politics. Powerful and influential in both white and black communities, Washington was a confidential advisor to U.S. presidents. For years, presidential political appointments of African Americans were cleared through Washington. A man who overcame near-impossible odds himself, Booker T. Washington is best remembered for helping black Americans rise up from the economic slavery that held them down for so long after they were legally free citizens.
  • Blennerhassett Island Historical State Park

    53 Blennerhassett Island is a gem. Visiting the island is 'a must see ' attraction in West Virginia. Located on a small island in the Ohio River, Blennerhassett Island Historical State Park features a Palladian mansion and museum visited by 40,000 people each year. Access to the island is via a 20-minute sternwheeler ride on the Island Belle departing from Point Park in Parkersburg, W.Va. The 19th century-style riverboat plys the beautiful Ohio River, carrying today's passengers into a bygone era. Once on the island, visitors may enjoy tours of the grounds and mansion, and horse-drawn carriage rides. Public excursions are available from May through the last weekend of October on a varying schedule.  You may not be able to get to the island by bike, but you can certainly bring one over on the Island Belle Sternwheeler, or rent one on the island. Cover even more ground on the island by bike to discover all the history here.
  • Chief Logan State Park

    10 Located four miles north of Logan in the heart of West Virginia’s southern coalfields, Chief Logan State Park is one of the most visited facilities in the West Virginia State Parks System. The park is also located within close proximity to the Hatfield-McCoy ATV trails for campers looking for a uniquely West Virginia adventure. Chief Logan State Park is all about recreation. The campground offers 26 units, 14 of which have full water, sewage and electric hookups, 12 have electric and water only. Hot showers are available at a centrally located bathhouse. The campground also features a water slide at the swimming pool and an outdoor amphitheater (seasonal by nature), Museum in the Park, hiking trails, multiple picnic shelters, fishing and more, makes this state park a favorite destination for daytime activity or overnight camping. Campsites may be reserved anytime online, by phone, or at the campground office.
  • Apple Grove Fish Hatchery

    Warm water Hatchery with visible fish at times. Fished reared include: large mouth bass, small mouth bass, hybrid-stripe bass, walleye, sauger, channel catfish, blue catfish, paddlefish, musky, tiger musky, and other species will be raised at Apple Grove Hatchery.
  • Cooper Farms, LLC

    2 Corn maze, hayrides, corn crawl crib, and cow train. Special rates for groups! Haunted maze, free wagon rides during the regular maze, concessions and glow sticks available. Come zip over the Maze. Gain a birds eye view of the whole farm. The course is made up of three towers (the highest being 80+ feet, nick named "Stairway to Heaven") and 3 zip runs with over 1,500 feet of fast flying fun. $20 for a single course pass and $30 for a twice through pass (Same Person) No Age Limit Rider weight limits are 100 lbs. - 260 lbs. All Riders must fill out a waiver, riders under the age of 18 must have a guardian signed waiver. Scouts, 4-H or sport teams and church groups are welcome! Birthday parties are unique and fun at the Maze!! Hours: Friday 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Saturday noon to 10 p.m.; and Sunday 1 pm to 5 p.m.; weekdays by appointment. Directions: Parking behind Milton Middle School in Milton, WV.
  • Altizer Park

    • Softball/Soccer Field • Parking • Basketball Court • Picnic shelter with 6 picnic tables, 1 grill and electrical outlets  • Children's playground • Open play space • Restrooms Altizer Picnic Shelter:  Maximum Capacity: 36 • Hours are anytime between 8:00 a.m. to dark/4 hours required between rentals • 6 tables  • Restrooms open seasonally • Water, 1 grill and 2 electric outlets available.  • Playground, basketball court, ball field and restroom nearby.
  • Camden Park

    8 For more than 100 years Camden Park has been the destination of choice for family fun! Join us for another unforgettable season of rides, games, fireworks, concerts and special events. Affordable fun close to home. Check the following for hours and admission prices: