Free Digital Fall Inspiration Guide

West Virginia was made for social distancing. It’s the third most forested state, and the only state completely within the Appalachian Mountain Range. There is room to roam while exploring some of the state’s most iconic landmarks, like Dolly Sods, Seneca Rocks or the New River Gorge National River. This fall, we invite you to travel responsibly while visiting Almost Heaven. A statewide indoor face covering requirement is in effect and visitors are encouraged to maintain a safe social distance when traveling the state. 

Take a scenic drive through the mountains to experience peak fall color. Visit a local pumpkin patch and pick up fresh produce for dinner. Enjoy a weekend staycation at a state park near you. 

Our priority is the health and safety of visitors and local communities throughout the Mountain State. The West Virginia Tourism Office and its industry partners are closely monitoring the situation and following the advice of public health officials and government agencies. 

Fall in West Virginia