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Spring renewal in West Virginia brings a fresh 2014 calendar of season events, festivities, and fun. This is the time to discover West Virginia's great outdoors, historic communities, and American spirit.
The Village of Barboursville, 40 minutes west of Charleston on Interstate 64, is known as The Best Little Village in the State. Home of the Huntington Mall, Barboursville is a commercial hub for West Virginia. Downtown Barboursville retains its heritage and charm with historic buildings filled with one-of-a-kind shops and restaurants.
As the weather warms, outdoor enthusiasts flock to Barboursville Park and Lake William for spring and summer fun. Fishing for trout is great in spring, and with summer the bass and catfish are the target. The trail surrounding Lake William is great for a brisk walk, or to get to that perfect fishing spot.
South of Charleston in the community of Chapmanville, residents and visitors enjoy outdoor fun at Chief Logan State Park. One of West Virginia’s most popular parks, Chief Logan is located 8 miles south of Chapmanville outside the town of Logan. The park is pet friendly, so bring the dog along for a hike, picnic, or a day of fishing.
Charleston, West Virginia’s state capital, is a hub of events, commerce, and fun. Zombiefest 2014 is just one of Charleston’s unique spring events. Held May 19th at Camp Virgil Tate, Zombiefest is a one-of-a-kind event. The day full of fun includes the evening Zombie run, featuring more than 100 zombies chasing participants to their max, an obstacle course run, and 5k bicycle course as well. Live music starts at noon and the party continues until midnight.
June brings an event for everyone, the West Virginia State Championships of Cornhole. Hosted at the Charleston Civic Center June 13th and 14th, the 2014 event is the inaugural American Cornhole Organization, West Virginia State Championships of Cornhole. Watch the competition as the state’s singles and doubles champions are crowned.
Ragnar, in collaboration with West Virginia’s Friends of Cheat, present the Ragnar Trail Appalachians Trail Race June 13th and 14th in the Appalachian mountain country of northeast West Virginia. The runs take place 30 miles east of Morgantown and 90 miles west of Berkeley Springs at Big Bear Lake Camplands. Featuring 3 trail runs looping through scenic Appalachian county, put Ragnar Appalachian Trails on your running calendar.
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- 19 Things To Do With Kids in West Virginia!
Here are 19 family-friendly museums, rides, parks, stores, and other things to do throughout West Virginia and the Charleston area.
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Capital City Music Festival Appalachian Power Park in Charleston fills with great music as various artists take the stage throughout the day from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Grape Stomping Wine Festival Join the festivities at the Kirkwood Winery as they host this family friendly event. There will be grape stomping, grape eating contests, live music, and wine tastings. The fun begins at 11a.m. each day.
B.B. King Clay Center in Charleston fills with great music as B.B. King takes the stage at 7:30p.m.
Halloween Party Head to North Bend State Park in Cairo for fun Halloween games, crafts, and costume contests.
2014 Nick Swardson's "Taste It" Comedy Tour
Enjoy side-splitting laughs from the mind of actor/comedian Nick Swardson as he performs at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center in North Charleston. Show times vary.
2014 Charleston Jazz Orchestra Holiday Concert
Get your "swing" on at the Charleston Music Hall when the local legends perform their holiday-themed jazz classics. The show starts at 5 p.m.