West Virginia Vacation, Travel and Tourism
Welcome to the best kept secret in the mountains. West Virginia has it all: rural retreats and country culture, steep hills and deep valleys, scenic vistas, serene retreats, and serious adventure! We’re a great destination - within a day’s drive of 50% of the U.S. population. We invite you to come visit wild and wonderful West Virginia.
There’s no shortage of places to stay in West Virginia. From luxury resorts to mountain cabins in the woods, you can find all the lodging options you’re looking for right here. Hotels in our area are plentiful, and can provide great service along with a great stay.
Southern West Virginia is made up of the nine counties in the bedrock of our state. Each one has something to offer visitors at every turn. It could be adventure or relaxation. It might be shopping or dining. Maybe it’s our history, or the arts. This area is unique - there’s no other place like it. Come find out why.
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Taks a half or full-day guided tour along the New and Gauley Rivers. Or rent a bike and explore ACE's 1,500-acre property and miles of scenic trails on your own. Bike shop on-premises. Major credit cards accepted.
Museum houses farming artifacts, antique tools and more. Open by appointment.
Preserves stories and visible artifacts of Monroe County Heritage: Frontier Settlement, Civil War, Enslavement, Bravery and Freedom. Open seasonally June-September, Tuesday - Friday from 10am to 4pm. Staffed entirely by volunteers. Free admission.
New Deluxe Cabins with hot tubs and fireplaces. Handicap accessible, WIFI, gas grills, picnic tables, fire rings, games, books, linens and towels. Sleeps 6-8. Visa, MasterCard and Discover accepted.
Location - take Rt 16 S into Fayetteville, then turn left onto Gateway Rd (follow signs for Kaymoor and Cunard), go about 2 miles to Kaymoor Rd, the road ends in a parking lot for several trails.