West Virginia Feature
Top Reasons to Go to West Virginia
Step Back in Time: Historic sites—from 2,000-year-old Native American burial mounds to Civil War battlefields—are found throughout the state.
Make a Splash: Some of the best white-water rafting in the country is less than an hour from the Metro Valley.
Tee Off: The state has a number of golf courses, including Oakhurst Links, where the Scottish sport is played the old-fashioned way, with wooden clubs and sap balls.
Head for the Hills: The varied landscape includes hills, mountains, and alpine lakes.
Soak Away your Worries: The curative waters of White Sulphur Springs have attracted visitors for centuries; today, this sulfur-rich water is used in the whirlpools and steam rooms of the Greenbrier’s spa.
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