West Virginia August 11, 2017
6 Tiny Towns In West Virginia That Come Alive In The Summertime
You’ll be surprised and impressed by how these tiny towns throw some huge celebrations. As summer winds down, there’s still plenty of time to take part in some big festivities in a small town year you. Check out these towns to see what’s happening.
It seems like there's always something going on in this little college town. Throughout the summer you'll find musical events, theatre performances, and art shows. Learn about events from the
Shepherdstown Visitors Center
Shinnston hosts various performances at Ferguson Memorial Park, featuring live music and theatre. Each week, stop by Pike Street for Wind Down Wednesday. There is live music, beer, and food trucks. Finally, be sure to visit during "Frontier Days" on August 23-26. Stay up to date on the City of Shinnston
The tiny city of Mannington attracts visitors from miles around for its annual fair. This year's fair is taking place August 7-12.
4. Harpers Ferry
Harpers Ferry hosts Living History Event Weekends where you can get an interactive experience of what life was like in the Civil War days. Find out more
The tiny town of Lewisburg holds the impressive State Fair of West Virginia every year. Come for food, rides, entertainment, and contests. This year's fair will take place August 10-19.
6. Point Pleasant
Point Pleasant is home to a couple of summer festivals. The Sternwheel Regatta happens early in the summer, and the world-famous Mothman Festival takes place just before summer ends. Find out more about the Mothman
For more interesting small towns in West Virginia, try this
small town road trip!