You Must Visit These 8 Awesome Places In West Virginia This Winter
The winter season in West Virginia is one of our faves. Just because the temps have turned colder and there may be occasional huge piles of snow dropped upon The Mountain State doesn’t mean we can’t still enjoy adventurous good times. Check out this list of the best places to visit in West Virginia in winter below where you can enjoy the season to its fullest!
From skiing to sledding, shopping, hiking, and more, this list of the best places to visit in West Virginia in winter should keep you busy during this beautiful, snowy season. It’s a beautiful time of year here in the Mountain State! What are your favorite winter attractions in West Virginia? We’d love to know – and our comments thread is wide open for your feedback.
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Winter Attractions In West Virginia
What are some other things to do in winter in West Virginia?
Winter gives us the opportunity to explore the state in ways we can’t at any other time of year. However, it's easy to find some spots to get cozy like in one of the many cozy West Virginia towns like Charles Town, Berkeley, Hillsboro, or Weston. For those who enjoy horseback riding, try Autumn Breeze Stables in Snowshoe.
What are some of the best sled riding hills in West Virginia?
Aside from Blackwater Falls State Park, discoverer additional sledding hills around the state that just about anyone can enjoy. Cato Park in Charleston is always a lot of fun when enough snow hits the ground and Chestnut Ridge Park in Bruceton Mills offers some excellent sledding as well.
Where can I go snow tubing in West Virginia?
For the longest snow tubing run in the state head to Canaan Valley Resort State Park in Davis. It’s over 1,200 feet of pure exhilarating fun! Coca-Cola Tube Park at Snowshoe Mountain has a six-story tube run, eight lanes, and even offers nighttime Galactic Tubing under colorful LED lights.