Competitions, events for all ages, parade, half-marathon, top Nashville entertainment, fireworks, arts and crafts, food concessions and sternwheelers.
Features 4-H exhibits, contests, professional entertainment, track events, livestock exhibits, carnival and more.
The Mid-Ohio Valley Multi-Cultural Festival (MOVMCF) is a free annual festival which encourages the appreciation and recognition of community diversity through entertainment, cuisine, education, and artistic expression of all cultures. It celebrates diversity with a smorgasbord of artists and performers. The goal of the MOVMCF is to highlight a variety of cultural and ethnic groups, showcasing artistic performances of traditional music and dance. This year’s three-day event is June 15-17th, 2018, at Parkersburg (WV) City Park. The audience sits in the open air to watch the performers on a covered outdoor main stage. The event features traditional and contemporary music and dance performances of varying artistic, cultural, and ethnic traditions, all featured on a main stage. In addition to live performances, the festival features strolling artists, a variety of ethnic food vendors, traditional crafters and demonstrations, and a special Children’s Activity Center.
Savor the flavor of Parkersburg with food, wine, entertainment and artisans. Taste selections from more than a dozen local restaurants and over 40 different wines. Special wine event Friday evening.
The holidays in West Virginia are packed with fun theatrical offerings – from symphony performances to ballets to plays –
If the commercial bustle of modern America threatens to be a bit much for you this holiday season, never fear—
Ten state parks in West Virginia have lodges. Each with overnight accommodations and restaurants. Most with NYE activities planned including dances. Find information on the Full Calendar at www.wvstateparks.com. Parks featuring dinners/dances are Chief Logan Lodge, North Bend, Blackwater Falls, Canaan Valley, Cacapon, Pipestem, Twin Falls, Stonewall Resort and Tygart Lake.
West Virginia’s metro areas are full of opportunities to absorb what makes the Mountain State unique. Here are a few
If you’re thankful to live in West Virginia, there’s no feast more fitting than one created with the state’s pure
If the thought of cooking and carving a 10+ pound bird is terrifying to you— not to mention all of that
West Virginia’s distinct style has sprouted many unique, distinct artistries, but one of its most iconic and sought-after is handcrafted
Everyone is looking for the perfect way to enjoy the season while staying socially distanced. Look no further than these
Come for a weekend filled with activities for all ages. There will be hikes, games, contests, arts and crafts, and much more. Weekend package is fee based. Advance registration and reservation required.
Bring your little princess (ages 5-12) to this father – daughter weekend at North Bend State Park. Celebrate with dancing, music, arts and crafts, and more. Dress your daughter in her favorite party dress and be prepared to make some special memories. Photos will be taken of fathers and daughters. Live DJ and Dance Radio personality and DJ, Jack Horton from V96.9 in Parkersburg. This is a fee based event. Advance reservation required.
Primitive décor brings a homey, old-time feeling to every space. West Virginia’s traditional primitives are simple decorations, treasured for their
West Virginia’s official certified arts towns go above and beyond. They are THE places to visit for a dose of
West Virginia’s covered bridges are some of the most photographed landmarks in the state. Set against a backdrop of autumn
Folklore is very alive in the hills of West Virginia, where stories are often passed down through tight-knit generations. Appalachia
Here in the Mountain State, you can unwind over a delicious meal and enjoy top-of-the-line entertainment, from murder mysteries to
The Mountain State harbors its share of ghostly entities, from Civil War soldiers to extraterrestrial beings to murder victims seeking
The art of crafting Mountain State wine, spirits and beer has changed a lot in recent years. Only a decade
West Virginia is known for its breathtaking views – and we aren’t just talking about the scenic ones! Pack your
If there’s anything a bargain hunter likes better than finding an unexpected treasure in an unlikely spot for a great
A state that’s known for literally creating itself during the Civil War is bound to have a storied history. West
Ahh, fall in West Virginia. The temperatures of summer drop, the leaves begin to change and it seems as if
In an era where convenient big-box retail stores are the norm at every freeway exit, finding local flavor and unique
You know you’ve had a great vacation when you start thinking about moving to the place you’ve visited. West Virginia
Savor the flavors of Appalachia, from farm-fresh ingredients prepared with an international twist to down-home cooking like grandma used to
From classical to quirky, West Virginia boasts some of the biggest, longest and best-est events and attractions in the world.
As West Virginia’s craft beer and spirits scene has grown, so have events to celebrate these handcrafted flavors. Some of
Live theater in West Virginia offers a wide variety of performances that are whimsical, funny and tell classic tales of
West Virginia has no shortage of beautiful historic buildings, local farms, and Appalachian charm. The best way to enjoy all
Nothing is better than a finely crafted microbrew after the rush of hugging mountains on 2 wheels all day long.
Celebrate the holidays by driving with family and friends through the skillfully decorated City and Southwood Parks while listening to
Foodies, there’s something going on in West Virginia you need to know about. Our eclectic, eccentric chefs are whipping up
We all have special memories from our childhood that we cherish. When we grow up, we find that making special
West Virginia has a long history of making moonshine in the hills. Several distilleries, wineries, meaderies and breweries are still crafting
West Virginia has great moonshine, bluegrass, and yes, plenty of great “country roads.” But there’s so much more to this
On your next trip to West Virginia, bring your appetite along with your sense of adventure! Great food can make
Wide assortment of collectors glass to include: Fenton, Imperial, Blenko, etc. Primitive items and furniture. Specializing in a large assortment
Only golf course located in the city of Parkersburg – popular 18-hole public golf facility – served the area for
Enjoy the challenge and natural scenic beauty. Woodridge Plantation offers one of the most unique layouts in the area with
Woodcraft brings quality woodworking tools, supplies and advice to its fourth generation of woodworkers through its retail stores, catalog and
Public shooting and archery range.
Come and sample the finest wines and enjoy a vineyard tour at Winetree Vineyards. Take I-77, Exit
Finest selection of Fenton glass, carnival glass, china, stoneware, clocks and other antiques and collectibles. We buy single items, large
Blennerhassett School Auditorium hosts symphonic concerts of the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra – Parkersburg during a four concert season. This
The Veterans Museum offers a growing collection of military displays that include photographs, letters, uniforms and artifacts. In addition we
U.S. Tours is a Receptive Tour Operator. producing sightseeting tour packages for bus companies, senior citizen and school groups. Our
15 acre lake. Located on Rt. 68 just north of Ravenswood. Maximum depth of 9 feet, and an average depth
95 rooms. All ground floor with doorstep parking. Cable TV with HBO |amp; ESPN, Wireless Internet, Free Continental Breakfast. Exercise
Seasonal fresh-made deli sandwiches, soups, salads and desserts. Eat-in or take-out. Besides indoor seating, enjoy our seasonal outdoor patio. Complete
Unique Local Crafts And Gifts In A Hillbilly Country Type Setting. Come And See Our Outhouse With Pigs! Go Hog
Sumner High School in Parkersburg, established in January 1862, was reputedly the first free school south of the Mason-Dixon Line
The Stone House, Built Circa 1810 Is On The National Register Of Historic Places And Contains A 24 Room Museum,
Come and see all the trains and browse through our extensive inventory of Z to G gauge trains and accessories.
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Visitors Can Tour A Fully-furnished One-room Schoolhouse, See A Working Oil Derrick, And Visit A Train Depot That Has Been
Enjoy unforgettable entertainment in this restored 1926 vaudeville house – the Grand Lady of downtown Parkersburg. Artists of national and
41 acres. Located off I-77 at the Ripley Exit (138). Take Rt. 33 west 1.5 miles, then take Rt. 87
The Robey Theatre was built by Hamond Robey in 1911 specifically for the exhibition of films. Robey moved his theatre
Welcome to the excitement of the Mid-Ohio Valley’s very own symphony orchestra performing together with internationally renowned soloists. Concerts and
Ritchie County offers a peaceful and friendly environment, which makes it perfect for visiting, retiring or relocating.
Campground owned and operated by the General Assembly of the Church of God in WV. Open year-round to public (Dec.
106 rooms. Deluxe business king rooms offer recliners, 25 remote-controlled televisions and desks with large work area. Free morning coffee,
An oil and gas boomtown supply store. Original from its tin ceilings to authentic and hard-to-find supplies. Checkerboards, ceiling fans
Positioned along the railroad tracks that run through the center of town, The Pizza Station’s newly remodeled facility continues the
Family Restuarant specializing in Pizza, Sandwiches, Salads, Pasta, and Dinners. Serving lunch and dinner for dine in or carry out.
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Founded in 1938 by members of the Parkersburg WV Woman’s Club, the Art Center is the oldest arts organization in
PARCHMENT VALLEY CONFERENCE CENTER is conveniently located just 3 miles off Interstate Highway 77 off of exit 132 midway between
This nationally recognized museum presents the intriguing history of the oil and gas industry, including how the accumulation of wealth
The North End Tavern |amp; Brewery (aka “the N.E.T.) offers many styles of locally brewed, craft beer and serves American
The North Bend Rail Trail meanders within the boundaries of Wood, Ritchie, Doddridge and Harrison Counties, is a part of
Take a slow walk into the dark night on the North Bend Rail Trail from historic Marshall Hardware store in
Stretching 72 miles through 13 tunnels, rural countryside and several historic sites with mountain biking, hiking, horseback riding, buggy rides
Description: Outdoor Recreation Retailer And Equipment Rental Specialist. Mountain Bikes, Canoes, Kayaks, Paddle Boats And Jon Boats Are Available For
The New Era One-Room School Museum is a restored 1884 one room school located at the Mineral Wells Elementary School
Donated by the Murphy family, this 276-acre preserve in Ritchie County consists of older oak-hickory forest on hills and coves,
West Virginia’s largest country store and Lang Center. Unique folk art, home accessories, furniture, pottery, candles, gourmet kitchen, bears, Cats
Season: April 15 – November 1. Campsites: 18 Tent, 81 Trailer Sites. Location: Volcano, WV. 81 paved campsites: water, electricity,
Scenic 20 minute drive from I-77 exit 170 south on WV 14. Challenging 18-hole layout that includes an island green.
The Mid Ohio Valley Regional Airport serves the WV counties of Wood, Pleasents, Wirt, and Richie as well as Washington
The Microtel by Wyndham is just off of I-77 and within easy reach of the West Virginia Motor Speedway, Little