West Virginia Attractions October 28, 2016
It’s Impossible To Drive Through This Delightful West Virginia Town Without Stopping
The little town of Davis, West Virginia, has only about 600 residents, but it’s still packed with things to do! Davis is also distinctive in being the highest town in the state, with an elevation of 3,100 feet. The area is the perfect place for nature lovers, but you’ll see that the town itself is worth a stop, too.
Many people find themselves near Davis when they visit the Blackwater Falls State Park.
The stunning Elakala waterfall is one of the most photographed spots in West Virginia.
The majestic Blackwater Falls are just a short hike further into the park.
The small town of Davis is also worth a stop as its own destination.
This is the Riverfront Park, a five acre park by the river in town.
You can see historical buildings, like the Meyer House.
Address: 287 Thomas Ave. Davis, WV.
There are plenty of great places to eat.
This is Breakfast Nook, which not only serves great breakfast food, but also employs young people transitioning from difficult situations. Address: 200 Vista Cir
Hellbender Burritos is known not just in Davis, but around the state.
They serve burritos that are both enormous and creative.
Address: 457 William Ave. Davis, WV.
Across the street you'll find Sirianni's Cafe.
The cafe is located in a hundred year old steam ship office.
The restaurant is especially popular for their pizza.
They've been serving pizza since 1988! Address: 474 William Ave, Davis, WV.
The Ice Cream Shop is another Davis favorite.
The friendly staff serves impressive and creative cones and sundaes with a smile.
Address: 451 William Ave, Davis, WV.
If you'd rather be shopping, check out Wild Ginger and Spice.
They have clothing, incense, essential oils, and locally made pampering products.
Address: 407 William Ave, Davis, WV.
Or you can visit the WV Highlands Artisans Gallery.
The gallery is filled with art and handcrafted items by West Virginia artisans.
Address: 487 William Ave, Davis, WV.
There's also the Potomac Highlands Food and Farm market.
The market sells seasonal produce, honey, maple syrup, grains, pastured meat, eggs, cheeses, and more, all sourced from local farms. Address: 737 William Ave, Ste 3, Davis, WV.
If you decide you just can't get enough of Davis and want to stay a while longer, check out the Bright Morning Inn.
This historic bed and breakfast will make you feel at home during your stay. Address: 54 William Ave, Davis, WV.
If you want to see more of the wonderful small towns across West Virginia, check out our
small town road trip.