Welcome to Huntington, WV

Huntington is a city in the State of West Virginia. A major river port, the city is in Cabell and Wayne counties at the confluence of the Guyandotte River and the Ohio River. The City of Huntington was founded as the western terminus of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway in 1871. It serves as the […]

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Greenbrier County, WV

With several charming small towns, including Lewisburg (named “America’s Coolest Small Town”), you can find plenty of character in the Greenbrier Valley. Shop for antiques or handcrafted works downtown, or explore the historic buildings and battlefields. Then get out of town to roam the river valley and the forest hills! Explore the Greenbrier State Park, […]

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Nicholas County

The sprawling lake is surrounded by more than 60 miles of rugged, rocky coast, where you can laze away on a sandy shore or scale the jagged cliff faces. Kayaking, canoeing, pontooning, and boating of all sorts are the transport of choice through this aquatic playground. Cast a fishing line, paddleboard the calm waters, dive […]

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Raleigh County

The sprawling mini-city of Beckley serves as a central access point to state culture and the surrounding landscape. The metro area showcases the highlights of WV heritage, from the premier artisan crafting studios and shops at Tamarack that demonstrate the best of Appalachian crafting to the exhibition coal mine that extends deep into the reaches […]

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Summers County

At the confluence of the Bluestone, New and Greenbrier Rivers, Summers County is a top destination for bass fishing and kayaking. Spend a lazy day along the waterfront, and enjoy the wilderness. With both Pipestem and Bluestone State Parks and Bluestone National Scenic River, the land has been preserved in its wild, natural splendor. […]

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Mercer County, WV

With a long-spanning history from war battles to coal barons, Mercer County is overgrown with WV’s roots, from museums that chronicle Civil War skirmishes to the lavish homes of the former coal barons. You can walk along the row of intricate mansions in Bramwell, once the town of the most millionaires per capita in the […]

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