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    West Virginia Travel Guide

    In June of 1863, West Virginia became the 35th state to join the Union, and it was on this day when the state separated from Virginia. West Virginia was named in honor of Queen Elizabeth I of England, and this beautiful state has plenty of natural beauty to explore, and many historic sites to explore as well as many options for recreation.

     Explore West Virginia's Backyard:

    Beckley - Beckley Historic Sites Include General Beckley's Home, The Mountain Homestead, Exhibition Coal Mine, And Other Sites

    Cody - Rocking Climbing In Monongahela National Forest

    Pike County - Hatfield and McCoy ATV And Dirt Bike Trails In The Appalachian Mountains Of West Virginia

    Randolph County - Rocking Climbing The Seneca Rocks In Monongahela National Forest And Harpers Ferry

    Shinnston - Hiking The West Fork River Rail And In Stonewall Jackson State Parks, And Touring Area Sites


    Summersville - Go White River Rafting And Kayaking Along The New River And Gauley Rivers