Take A Hike To West Virginia’s Ancient Abandoned Wine Cellar At This Beautiful Park
The Mountain State is known for its long history in the mining industry but did you know that West Virginia also was once a thriving wine making territory? Although the state’s affair with grapes only lasted a few short years, you can still tour the remnants of its past. At Wine Cellar Park you can hike to the ruins that once housed the abundant wine.
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Have you ever visited Wine Cellar Park? If you love exploring West Virginia’s ruins, this intriguing hike will take you straight through an abandoned village.