West Virginia is beautiful with its mountains, hills and caves that make up the unique landscape. The state is full of outdoor activities that attract visitors, such as fishing, skiing, hiking, mountain biking, and hunting. With an adventurous spirit and lots to do, West Virginia is home to impressive cities and idyllic small towns alike.
Blackwater Falls State Park is a pride and joy of West Virginia, with the Blackwater Falls drawing visitors from all over to admire the water. The darkened water is typical of the area, but turns white of course when breaking on the falls. Harpers Ferry is another popular stop in West Virginia, as a town where the Appalachian Trials passes directly through. Harpers Ferry is a great place to try white water rafting or fishing.
Charleston is the capital of West Virginia, and can be identified by its golden domed State Capitol Building. With buildings all over the city that are ripe with history, there’s lots to see in Charleston. Huntington is a surprising cultural spot, with the Marshall University as well as the Huntington Museum of Art. Camden Park in Huntington is also one of the oldest amusement parks in the world. Morgantown is another city to see, home to West Virginia University, with a buzzing downtown.
West Virginia has lots of quaint small towns to explore. Lewisburg is charming with an old theater and lots of concerts. The Lost World Caverns in Lewisburg draw lots of curious visitors, and blow them away with a strong sense of history. Barboursville is a small town with trails that lead to the impressive historical buildings. The Fall Fest held annually in Barboursville is always jolly, and makes for a great dose of West Virginia charm.
Summersville Lake is the largest in West Virginia, with an impressive and tall lighthouse nearby. Camping, renting boats, and finding cabins nearby the lake are extremely popular with visitors. Sit back and enjoy the lazy river’s charm as you relax at Summersville. Summer or winter, the cabins are always a secluded getaway.
The New River Gorge National River is part of the National Park Service, and is popular for some of the best whitewater rafting in the country. It also has some of the most popular climbing areas around, with over a thousand rock climbing spots. The New River Valley is an incredible visit, and the perfect scene for an adventure!
Looking for a vacation rental in West Virginia? Tripping.com has 8068 vacation rental homes available in West Virginia. You'll find 56 studios, 3145 1-bedroom, 1289 2-bedroom and 3578 rentals with 3 or more bedrooms ranging from $25 a night. For extra convenience, many of these vacation homes can be booked directly online.
The average price of a nightly rental in West Virginia is $272 while the average price of a weekly rental is $3261. For those looking for more than a short term rental such as corporate rentals, extended stays or long term rentals, the average monthly price of a West Virginia home is $13558.
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