Welcome to West Virginia!
We both attended West Virginia University for our graduate degrees so we have spent many years exploring West Virginia! West Virginia truly is a wild and wonderful place to explore the outdoors and connect with nature. During our time as students, we took many weekends to explore West Virginia’s small towns, state parks, and cities.
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Cities and Towns in West Virginia
Morgantown: Home of the Mountaineers! While Morgantown is a college town, there are tons of fun things to do in between sporting events and classes.
Davis and Canaan Valley: Located in the Canaan Valley of West Virginia, this small town is surrounded by some of West Virginia’s most scenic destinations including Dolly Sods, Seneca Rocks, and Blackwater Falls State Park.
Wheeling: Wheeling is one of West Virginia’s industrial cities that were at the heart of the glass industry. While the industry has left Wheeling, it’s history remains alive through museums, historic sites, and local events. In Wheeling, you can visit the Oglebay Resort which comes alive during the winter with its Festival of Lights.