Wild, Wonderful West Virginia releases Real. Mercer County vignette

Video highlights history, culture, outdoor recreation and locally sourced dining

VIDEO: Real. Mercer County

CHARLESTON, West Virginia (August 30, 2016) – Wild, Wonderful West Virginia released the Real. Mercer County vignette. The video highlights area attractions including the Princeton Railroad Museum; RiffRaff Arts Collective; Camp Creek State Park and Forest; Lake Shawnee; the Blue Spoon Cafe; Buffalo Trail Cabins, Cottages and Campground; Bramwell and more.

“There’s a lot to see and do in beautiful Mercer County,” Commissioner of Tourism Amy Shuler Goodwin said. “You can shop, dine, camp, horseback ride and more in the Princeton, Bramwell and Bluefield areas–and it’s a lot of fun!”

“Mercer County is great destination for families and outdoor lovers,” said Jamie Null, Executive Director of Visit Mercer County. “This video highlights the awesome activities and unique places in the county that have developed over the last 10 years. We are happy that Mercer County is featured as the latest Real. video series by Wild, Wonderful West Virginia.

These videos are a continuation of the Real. series–celebrating  the unique destinations and experiences that can be found throughout the Mountain State–produced by Wild, Wonderful West Virginia. Earlier videos showcased Buckhannon; Summersville; Lewisburg and Greenbrier Valley; Lost River and Wardensville; Tucker County; Fayetteville; Morgantown; Hatfield-McCoy Mountains; Charleston and Huntington; Jefferson County; Braxton and Lewis counties; Wheeling and Ohio Valley; Harpers Ferry; and Parkersburg.

Real. Excitement * Real. Family Time * Real. Mountain Flavor * Real. Adventure * Real. Fun * Real. Wild, Wonderful West Virginia.  You can find it here.  Call 800-CALL WVA or visit GoToWV.com.  Share your Real. West Virginia stories on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram with #GoToWV and #RealWV.


This post was last updated on September 1, 2016