West Virginia Vacation Rentals

West Virginia Vacation Rentals

Plan your best vacation ever in West Virginia. Explore our colorful destinations and pursue your own interests to create your dream vacation in West Virginia!

Known as the "Mountain State", West Virginia is the only state in the United States that lies completely within a mountain range, the Appalachians. It is bordered by five other states of Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Kentucky and its capital is Charleston.

Browse through our extensive inventory of West Virginia accommodations including West Virginia vacation rentals and West Virginia hotels among others. Find a perfect lodging in West Virginia that best suits your needs and budget and enjoy your family getaway!

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West Virginia Travel Vacation Guide

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West Virginia Vacation Rentals

Whether you are visiting West Virginia's spa capital, Greenbrier or the scenic Blackwater Falls State Park, you will always find a wide variety of West Virginia rentals to choose from. Depending on your budget and needs you can choose among West Virginia condos or West Virginia bed and breakfasts among many others.

Things to do in West Virginia

Regardless of the season, West Virginia offers a whole variety attractions and things to do. It is an ideal vacation destination for those who want to go off the beaten path and experience a true encounter with nature. Rich in natural treasures and traditional culture, West Virginia charms travelers with amazing white water rafting, kayaking, climbing and off-roading. Check out our mini guide to West Virginia's attractions.

Blackwater Falls State Park

Blackwater Falls State Park is without doubt the most photographed attraction of West Virginia. The park is named for the falls of the Blackwater River that create an eight-mile gorge near Davis. It offers a myriad of outdoor opportunities including cross country skiing and sledding in winter and camping and fishing during the summer.

West Virginia Natural Treasures

One of the best ways for West Virginia cabin guests to explore this beautiful state is simply by driving through it. The state's natural scenery will enchant every nature lover who enjoys hills, creeks and forests which abound in West Virginia. There are a lot of nature's wonders to discover and a few scenic routes to visit including the Coal Heritage Trail, the Midland Trail and the Highland Scenic Highway.

The Greenbrier

Those who enjoy a little pampering should definitely visit the spa capital of West Virginia, the Greenbrier. Located in White Sulphur Springs near Lewisburg, Greenbrier is one of the best spa resorts in the state that encompasses 6,500 acres of land with golf courses, shops and an underground bunker. The finest West Virginia vacation homes can be found nearby.

Blennerhassett Island

Blennerhassett Island is a historical state park located near Parkersburg. Visitors to the park can enjoy horsedrawn carriage rides, picnic areas, bicycle rentals and a souvenir shop. Long beaches, lush hardwood groves and a reconstructed mansion are other island's attractions.

Charleston

While in West Virginia, visiting its capital city is a must. Established in 1794, Charleston offers numerous cultural and historical attractions including the West Virginia State Capitol, Avampato Discovery Museum and West Virginia Cultural Center. Tourists can also enjoy shopping in Charleston Town Center Mall and dine in its countless gourmet restaurants.

World Known Top Events in the State of West Virginia

John Brown Sesquicentennial
Harpers Ferry, April 18-Dec. 18

The Eighth Annual Scottish Festival and Celtic Gathering
Bridgeport, May 1-3

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