Check out our list of places in West Virginia you’d rather be right now:
West Virginia is prime location for rafting adventure! Featuring the New River as it’s natural wet and wild roller coaster, you’re sure to find the thrill you’ve been seeking while riding along an ACE raft.
This is a change of pace, but an entrancing evening none the less. Theatre West Virginia showcases multiple plays and musicals in its famous outdoor theatre. This theatre, located in Grandview, offers a chance to enjoy the arts and the outdoors at the same time!
For the sports and recreation lover in every bunch, you are ensured an enjoyable experience at a Mountaineers game! Located in Morgantown, WV the Mountaineer pride is exuberant on every street corner. Football, basketball we have it all and it’s sure to be a crowd favorite.
Seneca Rocks is a natural beauty that is sure to leave you in awe. Rising 900 feet above the scenic landscape the only thing that could make this adventure more enjoyable would be to travel by horseback!
Everyone loves pizza. However the same ol’ same ol’ of cheese and pepperoni can get boring. Pies and Pints, located in Fayetteville, puts an entirely new spin on pizza. This restaurant is sure to please the family and the taste buds.
Every now and then the soul needs to disconnect from daily life and recharge in the peaceful outdoors. West Virginia has supreme campsites by which to do so such as ACE’s many beautiful camp grounds. Roasted marshmallows and the tranquil forest are calling your name.
7. The Tamarack
The Tamarack is center for West Virginia specialty. Located in Beckley, this cultural adventure features handmade crafts and art, specialty food and one of a kind finds featured by West Virginia artists and materials. This is a great way to get a feel for the state’s artistic side!
Winter can sometimes leave you with “cabin fever”. Thanks to this winter resort located in Pocahontas County that offers multiple enamoring winter adventures, feeling cooped up will no longer plague your winter months!
This sizable surreal site is one of nature’s best. These falls, located in the Allegheny Mountains of Tucker County, not only give off a black color to the rushing water, but twist and tumble down a mighty five story drop and eight mile gorge. Offering tours and even camping, the Blackwater Falls is a site for sore eyes.
876 feet above the already majestic gorge, this bridge located near Fayetteville, offers multiple activities. Bridge Day features a full day atop the structure showcasing vendors and daring base jumpers. To get a more thrilling tour of the bridge however, ACE offers Bridge Catwalk tours by which you can maneuver the 1.5 miles of steel structure. Being safely secured and at such an apex height is an adventure you will not want to miss!