The One Mesmerizing Place In West Virginia To See The Northern Lights

We’re lucky to have a state full of natural beauty in West Virginia, where you don’t have to travel far to get outside of the city and see brightly shining stars. There are a few spots in the state, however, where the night sky gets even darker than most people have ever seen. In one little park in Calhoun County, it even gets dark enough to sometimes see the Aurora Borealis, or Northern Lights.

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For some impressive views of the Northern Lights in Calhoun County, watch this video created by photographer Michael Charnick.

For more information and events at the Calhoun County Park, visit their Facebook page.

For another great place to go stargazing in West Virginia, take a look at the beautiful Spruce Knob.