Find a lively college town brimming with culture and innovation in Morgantown. School spirit is at the heart of the community, but the area is booming with entrepreneurs who thrive where action and adventure meet. Nearby Coopers Rock State Forest is a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts hoping to climb, bike or hike their way around Mountaineer Country. Cheat Lake gives you the opportunity to explore one of West Virginia’s most picturesque waterways. The Wharf District is a foodie paradise with a healthy mix of upscale and relaxed dining options like Table 9, Mountain State Brewing Company and Flour and Feed. Sports fans can find themselves cheering on a variety of D1 sports, as well as the West Virginia Black Bears, part of the newly formed MLB Draft League.
Huntington, West Virginia, nestled beside the mighty Ohio River, is the western gateway to the state. As West Virginia’s second-largest city, it is home to Marshall University and boasts an eclectic mix of restaurants, shops, attractions, and activities. Pullman Square has reinvigorated the downtown area where you can walk to a wide variety of local restaurants that would tempt any palate. Arts and culture are prominent in this community; here you’ll find the world-class Huntington Museum of Art, several venues that host concerts of every genre, and outdoor activities that the whole family will love.
Tucked away in the Potomac Highlands, the Greater Elkins community lies rich in history, abundant in scenic beauty and alive with a vibrant arts scene and one-of-a-kind festivals and events. Whether you’re an outdoor enthusiast or a history buff, a little bit of everything awaits in the charming Greater Elkins community. Wander and roam the Monongahela National Forest, which provides visitors with country roads, scenic vistas, flowing streams and abundant plant and animal life. Or climb aboard a steam powered locomotive with Durbin and Greenbrier Valley Railroad and experience Almost Heaven’s iconic landscape by train. There’s so much to see and do in the Greater Elkins community.
If mountain elegance and historic charm are what you are looking for, than the Eastern Panhandle is perfect for you. Just a short drive from the Washington, D.C. metro area, the Eastern Panhandle is the perfect area to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The Eastern Panhandle is full of rich history, stunning scenery and small-town charm. Discover one-of-a-kind restaurants, boutiques, outdoor adventures and national historical parks.
From outdoor recreation to culture and history, you’ll find it all in the picturesque Greenbrier Valley. Here, charming mountain towns with main streets that boast flavorful dishes at diverse restaurants and an assortment of specialty shops and galleries await. Local breweries and cideries have your favorites on tap, coffee shops downtown have your morning pick-me-up on speed dial - and, of course, you’ll also find endless outdoor recreation opportunities!