1124 Airport Rd.
Beaver, WV 25813
Phone: (304) 255-4222
Fax: (304) 255-0151
Little Beaver State Park features an 18-acre lake, a recreation building, playground, picnic shelters and areas, and hiking trails.
Soldiers Memorial Theatre, Civil War sites, shops, antiques, galleries, restaurants and a walking course may all be found in uptown Beckley.
Home of General Alfred Beckley, Beckley
18 holes of fun & challenging miniature golf on a shady hillside location.
Daniel Vineyards produces international award winning, estate grown wine from French Hybrid, Swenson Hybrid, and American Varietal grapes. A tasting room, large deck, and a 3,000-square-foot covered pavilion are on site.
Surrounding over 70,000 acres of land along the New River, the New River Gorge National River is the perfect place for such outdoor activities as whitewater rafting, fishing, hunting, photography, climbing, hiking, sightseeing, picnicking, camping, horseback riding, and mountain biking.
The New River Gorge is a scenic river located to the southwest of West Virginia. The river has a diverse range of flora and fauna and a number of beautiful aquatic species. The spectacular location of the river makes it a popular outdoor destination. The New River Gorge Bridge which is located here was once the largest arch bridges in the world. The bridge along with its surrounding offers a breathtaking view to the visitors. River rafting, canoeing, fishing, camping, hunting, bird watching and picnicking are some of the activities that can be done here. The New River Gorge is a perfect place to unwind with family and friends.
Re-visit the site where John Henry, the Steel Drivin' Man, beat the steam drill in the famous contest that took place right at Great Bend Tunnel.
Discover this quaint, historic railroad village nestled in the mountains overlooking the New River. Over 200 buildings, churches and homes with rare and unusual architecture. Amtrak arrives 3 times per week. A must for railroad buffs!
Visit the home of Colonel James Graham, site of Indian Massacre of 1777. This is the oldest log home in West Virginia and is still on the original site.
A private non-profit organization dedicated to providing veterinary and rehabilitative care for wild birds in WV and to educating and involving the public in natural resource conservation research.
Features modern cabins, a campground, fine recreational facilities, and has hunting and fishing opportunites at the Bluestone Wildlife Mangement Area adjacent to the park. Bluestone State Park provides a wide variety of water-oriented activities since it is adjacent to Bluestone Lake, the state's third largest body of water.