West Virginia Hotel Reservations
Visiting West Virginia
It’s the season in Charleston for the West Virginia Power. Follow the minor league baseball games at Appalachian Power Park, a classic spring and summer pastime. Looking for culture? Try the Clay Center, Charleston Civic Center, Little Theater and Municipal Auditorium. For a fun night out, Charelston’s East End neighborhood is fill with an eclectic mix of dining and night life options. If you visit in June, don’t miss the East End Garden Showcase. Shoppers be sure to check-out Charleston’s Bridge Road Shops, Renaissance Village and Capitol Market. Charleston is surrounded by fresh air and beautiful West Virginia outdoors, with the Kanawha State Forest just south of downtown.
Morgantown, near the northern West Virginia state line, hosts the 2013 Wild Warrior Challenge on April 20th – a fun spring challenge filled with obstacles, including a mud bog, water slide and tube crawl. Join Morgantown’s Wild Warrior Challenge in Mylan Park and enjoy a day of springtime fun.
The Scottish Heritage Society of North Central West Virginia celebrates the Celtic heritage of West Virginia, May 3rd – 5th. Held in the communities of Clarksburg and Bridgeport, the 2013 Scottish Festival & Celtic Gathering marks the 12th year for the events. Enjoy a Saturday full of events at Bridgeport City Park, evening entertainment at the Bridgeport High School, and a parade and Kirkin of the Tartans on Sunday.
How about some Irish Road Bowling? Berkeley Springs hosts the outdoor fun, July 21st. All are welcome to participate at Cacapon Resort State Park, 10-miles south of Berkeley Springs. The course has a lot of shade and is mostly downhill, making this a great day for beginning road bowlers.
Mountain biking enthusiasts mark August 11th on the calendar for the Black Bear 40k Mountain Bike Race in West Virginia’s Kanawha State Forest. Located south of Charleston and the Kanawha River, the state forest features courses for expert riders, and beginner and sport riders. Choose your challenge, the Black Bear sport course is 30k and the beginner 20k, and enjoy some of the best trails in West Virginia in Kanawha State Forest.
West Virginia Hotel Map
Travel Region Favorites
- 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.
6 Best Western Hotels
in West Virginia
Huntington Mall Inn
Berkeley Springs Inn
BEST WESTERN PLUS
Charleston Plaza Hotel
West Virginia Events
Oak Leaf Festival Main Street in Oak Hill fills with vendors and music to celebrate fall. Event times vary.
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.