West Virginia Hotels

West Virginia is a state known for warm southern hospitality, beautiful natural sites and intriguing historical attractions. There are plenty of activities to explore in West Virginia, including world-class golf resorts, hiking, rafting, and even downhill skiing! In West Virginia, an adventure awaits you around every corner.

The Potomac Highlands are a popular vacation spot. Running along the eastern edge of the state, the highlands are a great outdoor location to explore hiking, biking and skiing. If whitewater rafting is more your style, there are a variety of rivers and tours that will offer you wildest--or the mildest--whitewater experiences. Check out the New River Gorge National River, which offers rafting expeditions nine months out of the year. New River is one of the oldest rivers on the continent.

To explore natural history, check out the Harpers Ferry National History Park, which covers 2,300 acres and stretches over three states. This park is one of the state's best-known historical sites. It is here that abolitionist John Brown raided the national arsenal to protest slavery. It is also here that the largest surrender of Union troops in the history of the Civil War occurred. After spending the day reliving history, head to Berkeley Springs, where you can relax in a natural, Roman-style bath or receive a spa treatment.

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