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Visiting West Virginia

Fall sees the people of West Virginia heading outside to enjoy the most beautiful weather of the year while it lasts. Outdoor adventure opportunities are endless in state parks like Chief Logan State Park, and communities from Charleston and Chapmanville to MorgantownBerkeley Springs welcome visitors with a wealth of special events, festivals, and family-friendly activities.

The arts are alive in Charleston, as evidenced by the Downtown Charleston ArtWalk. On the evening of the third Thursday of each month, the downtown area is the setting for self-guided walking tours of the city's shops, galleries, and venues, as they open up to showcase the creations and performances of local artists.

The 2015 Fall Back 5K Run/Walk is an ideal way to get out and get active in Morgantown on November 1st – however, the dress code may be a little different than what visitors expect. Runners wear pajamas as they run in support of the WVU Sleep Research Team, who are working to prevent child obstructive sleep apnea and postpartum sleep disturbance.

Football is serious business in the Mountain State, and the hopes of sports fans in Morgantown and beyond are on the shoulders of West Virginia University Mountaineers. Check the schedule and witness the action in person at Mountaineer Field at Milan Puskar Stadium, where the Mountaineers host their last game of the season against Big 12 rivals, the Iowa State University Cyclones.

2015 South Charleston Christmas Parade makes its way down D Street on December 12th, bringing with it heaps of holiday cheer, in the form of famous cartoon characters, children's treats, and more. The floats start moving at 2 p.m.

The Charleston Civic Center boasts a calendar full of a variety of special events all season long. Families won't want to miss the car-crushing exhilaration of Monster Jam on January 30th, when the monster truck tour shows off the biggest and baddest monster trucks around.

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West Virginia Events

March 2015

March to December 2015
Downtown Charleston ArtWalk

Held the third Thursday of each month, downtown Charleston offers self-guided walking tours of the city's shops and galleries.

December 2015

December 12, 2015
2015 South Charleston Christmas Parade

A televised holiday parade taking place on D Street in Charleston, featuring an appearance from Santa by helicopter, famous cartoon characters, treats for kids, and more. The parade begins at 2 p.m.

January 2016

January 30, 2015
2105 Monster Jam

Catch all the car-crushing action and family-friendly fun at the Charleston Civic Center. The fun begins at 7:30 p.m.

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