These 4 spots are perfect for fall foliage in West Virginia

Before the branches go bare, make sure to check out these West Virginia stops for the best October fall foliage.

Wetzel County

Best time to visit: Mid October

While you’re there: While there are so many great places to see the leaves in Wetzel County, Lewis Wetzel Park is the best! Enjoy a day exploring the park while taking in the fall foliage while stating atop of the rollings hills.

Cacapon Resort State Park 

Best time to visit: Late October

While you’re there: Check out the golden leaves while partaking in one of the many activities Cacapon Resort State Park has to offer. Home to 9 hiking trials, whether you like to hike, bike, or explore the trails on horseback, there are endless opportunities to view the golden trees.

Berkeley Springs

Best time to visit: Late October

While you’re there: This art-filled town is the perfect fall foliage viewing spot. Located less than two hours away from the Washington D.C. and Baltimore metro area, Berkeley Springs serves as the perfect weekend escape from the big cities. Enjoy the multicolored trees while perusing down Farifax Street, home to many unique shops, or while you explore the famous Berkeley Springs State Park.

Heritage Farm

Best time to visit: Late October

While you’re there: There is no better way to take in the fall foliage than during your visit to the Heritage Farm. Happening every Saturday from may to December, Way Back Weekends are the best way to get in touch with your Appalachian roots.

This post was last updated on August 3, 2020