These Mountain Resorts Make West Virginia Truly Almost Heaven

Experience luxury resort accommodations and amenities paired with naturally beautiful landscapes and solitude when staying in West Virginia. Stay at any of these Almost Heaven spots to bundle one-of-a-kind adventures and delicious dining with unforgettable memories.

Cacapon Resort State Park

Escape to the Eastern Panhandle of the state for a getaway spent at Cacapon Resort State Park. Take advantage of the newly-renovated lodge equipped with on-site dining, a full-service spa, a fitness center and stunning vantage points of the surrounding property. Take a swing on the 18-hole championship golf course, paddle across the lake, play on the beach area, cast a line or challenge your loved one to a friendly competition on one of the game courts.

Snowshoe Mountain

One of the most popular spots for all things winter, Snowshoe Mountain is a year-round resort boasting gorgeous views and thrilling fun in every season. Browse the village overflowing with unique shops and mouthwatering restaurants or sit back and relax by the outdoor pool. Looking for more of an up-paced day? Explore the property on an off-road machine, hike to the top of a fire tower or try your hand at downhill mountain biking.

Capon Springs and Farms

Retreat to Capon Springs and Farms for a restful and relaxing vacation spent amongst 4,700 acres of breathtaking farmland scenery. Rejuvenate with the healing spring water found throughout the property and refuel with homemade comfort food. Pamper yourself with a massage, facial or a personal swim spa pool at the spa. Swing away on the rolling hills of green with your choice of a regulation golf course or short par three.

Pipestem Resort State Park

Pipestem Resort State Park is West Virginia’s premier family adventure resort, located on the east rim of the Bluestone River Gorge. Make yourself at home in a traditional lodge-style room or in a personal cabin within the woods. Pipestem Adventures offers endless plenty of adventures for guests including zip lining, laser tag, horseback riding, 3D archery, mini golf, adventure lake, e-bikes and more. This variety of outdoor adventures earned praise from major travel publications like Islands and several others.

The Greenbrier

Known as “America’s Resort,” The Greenbrier is nestled within 11,000 acres of the Greenbrier River Valley. Learn more about the resort’s storied past with a Bunker Tour, take a tour of the grounds aboard a horse-drawn carriage or play some shuffleboard on the lawn. Choose from over 20 dining options and shop at more than 35 boutique storefronts, all located within the resort. Don’t miss taking part in afternoon tea or taking a dip in the outdoor infinity pool.

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This post was last updated on June 10, 2024