There’s A Restaurant On This Remote West Virginia Farm You’ll Want To Visit

While it’s easy to grab a burger from a fast food place or pick up a few items at the grocery store, many people are taking an interest in the origins of their food. With farm-to-table dining at Hudson Farms, you get more than just a meal. It’s a whole dining adventure!

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Hudson Farms is located about 20 minutes outside of Charleston, WV.

Directions from Charleston:
(GPS- 69 Silo Street Charleston, WV 25312)
Take Exit 5 Big Chimney on I-79 N. Turn right at the bottom of the exit ramp. Immediately turn left onto Coopers Creek Road. Drive 2.3 miles and turn left onto Four Mile Road across a small bridge. Drive a little over half a mile and you will see a silo on your right. Turn right into the gravel drive on Silo Street and follow the fork to the left toward the high tunnels. Park anywhere on the gravel lot.

You can find out more information or purchase tickets at Hudson Farms’ website.

For another destination restaurant in West Virginia, check out the Forks Inn, located on top of a mountain.