Blackwater Falls State Park
DAVIS – ArtSpring is postponing the ArtSpring Festival, originally scheduled for May 22-24, until later in the year. 2020 marks the 10th Anniversary of the ArtSpring Festival. As life and our world returns to normalcy, we’ll plan a celebration that our community can enjoy in the summer or fall. A whimsical weekend of live music, unique art, and great food highlighting the rich and varied arts communities of Thomas, Davis, Parsons, and Canaan in Tucker County. Gallery owners, artists, and musicians come together to celebrate their mountain creativity. Numerous demonstrations, musical performances, exhibits and activities are slated to take place throughout the weekend. Activities include: art walks, square dance, loom weaving, birdhouse making, beer crawl, photo workshop, storytelling and more. >MORE
Resort at Glade Springs
DANIELS – The lodging accommodations offered at our resort have been designed to accommodate all guests and budgets. The hotel and resort are set in the midst of a gorgeous 4,100-acre property in the lap of the Appalachian Mountains! Our premier, full-service West Virginia resort, specializes in golf, ski, fly-fishing, and equestrian, and also offers a mindboggling variety of other recreational activities, full service spa, state-of-the-art conference and meeting facilities, and lodging accommodations for guests in West Virginia. The Bridge Day Package, available October 19-21, Includes two nights lodging, breakfast daily, transportation to and from the New River Gorge Bridge for Bridge Day and all taxes and nightly resort service fee. >MORE
Log House Homestead 1-855-3531
CAIRO – The Log House Homestead is just that– literally a 20-by-26-foot 1820-style log cabin in West Virginia’s Ohio River Valley. You could also easily be fooled into thinking that the house is a relic of the early 1800s, since owners Martha and Dick Hartley have carefully kept its construction true to the homestead era, from the hand-hewed logs right down to the doorknobs and custom nails. In reality, it was built in 1992. Although the homestead lacks telephones or internet, the Hartleys have conceded to the modern conveniences of electricity, running water, and even a jacuzzi. The Hartleys are not just students of historical architecture, they strive to stay true to culinary history as well, with Martha poring over antique cookbooks and recipes for the Log House’s breakfasts. Try her lemon apples, inspired by a 1732 recipe. 304-628-3249.