West Virginia December 28, 2016
Here Are The 10 Coolest Small Towns In West Virginia You’ve Probably Never Heard Of
Everyone knows that West Virginia is home to some very cool small towns, like
Fayetteville and Lewisburg. However, there are many more fascinating little towns that you may not know about. Here are a few.
This little town has the
only traffic light
in Gilmer County. It's home to Glenville State College, many historic buildings, and some great dining.
Middlway is a fascinating little town with a cool
Marlinton has many historic buildings like the Marlinton Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Station, Marlinton Opera House, Pocahontas County Courthouse and Jail, and Pocahontas Times Print Shop. Located near Marlinton is Droop Mountain Battlefield.
4. St Marys
This is one of the few towns in the country where trains share the same road as cars. Make sure to visit
while you are there.
Pickens hosts the Maple Syrup festival every year during the 3rd full weekend in March.
Spencer is home to the
, which is the oldest continuously operating movie theater in the United States. You can still see movies there!
The county seat of Tucker County came back to life after nearly being destroyed by the 1985 flood. It has several beautiful historic buildings, and it's a favorite stop for people seeking outdoor adventure on the nearby Cheat River.
has wonderful historic buildings and great dining.
This historic town has beautiful architecture and is the home of the first
The county seat of Calhoun County is home to Wayne Underwood Park, which includes a .25 mile long walking trail, and hosts the annual West Virginia Wood Festival.
For another very fascinating small town in West Virginia, check out the little Swiss settlement of