Expert Travel Advice to West Virginia

Top Answers To West Virginia Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    Whichever way you slice things, you're probably looking at a 4- to 6-hour drive. The closest whitewater trips for you are in the Poconos on the Lehigh River (Class II-III). But the closest "best" rafting is down stretches of the Youghiogheny River in either Pennsylvania (http://gorptravel.away.com/gorptravel/rafting-guide/pennsylvania/lower-middle-youghiogheny-river.html) or Maryland (http://gorptravel.away.com/gorptravel/rafting-guide/maryland/upper-youghiogheny-river.html).
  • Anonymous user answered:
    visit: whisperingspringshaven.com. They offer custom retreats, romantic getaways on a private wildlife refuge. Spa services optional.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Charleston's really not a very big town, so I think you could do a lot of your sightseeing on foot or in your own car. Check out the CVB website at following link to get a lay of the land (site also includes a handy visitor's guide with maps and listings for hotels, attractions, etc.) Hope this helps! http://bit.ly/dW1cvx
  • Anonymous user answered:
    A nice campground that we fell in love with is Canaan Vally State Camp groung located on Route 32 between Harman WV and Davis, WV. Canaan has a very clean campground with (shower and flush toilets) and complete hookups but more important it has beautiful hiking trails and scenic views plus a near Lodge with golf, swimming and restuarant or just a place to relax. And a big plus is the very friendly staff at the campground and Lodge.

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