West Virginia Hotel Reservations
Hotels in Charleston, WV
As the seat of Kanawha County, and the capital of West Virginia, Charleston is a pleasant city found in the central region of the state. Set just along the banks of the Kanawha River, Charleston is home to annual West Virginia Dance Festival, held in April.
In Charleston, enjoy fine views of the river, scenic and vast central West Virginia landscapes, and exploring a rich early American history. Be sure to visit the Heritage Towers Museum, and the West Virginia Culture Center – both very near downtown and full of artifacts and relics. Don't miss a chance to tour the historic University of Charleston – not far from downtown and set along the Kanawha River.
Be sure to take a drive over the famous New River Gorge Bridge – or, if on foot, admire it from afar. Traveling with the kids? Plan a day-trip to the Clay Center for the Arts & Sciences – their little brains will explode with knowledge. Don't miss out on the wonderful central West Virginia air and weather with a trip to Kanawha State Forest. Take a hike, plan a nature walk, or simply enjoy a fine relaxing picnic. All this is possible on that next visit to Charleston.
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WV With Kids
Here are 19 family-friendly museums, rides, parks, stores, and other things to do throughout West Virginia and the Charleston area.
- 6 West Virginia Golf Courses
Putt for birdie in West Virginia
Experience the best of West Virginia golf when you play any and all of these six courses across the state. From Berkeley Springs to Charleston.
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