West Virginia GuideWest Virginia is a state in the Southern Region of the United States of America. It's often called the "Mountain State", being the only state in the USA to lie completely within a mountain range. HotelsFind hotels in Lewisburg, Wheeling, Berkeley Springs, Huntington, Morgantown and more.
Popular in West VirginiaLewisburgLewisburg is a city of 3,624 people in West Virginia. It was established in 1872, and named for Andrew Lewis, the Virginia colonel who won the Battle of Point Pleasant in 1774. WheelingWheeling, also known as the "Friendly City" or the "Nail City", is a city of 31,419 people in West Virginia. Berkeley SpringsBerkeley Springs is a town of 663 people in the eastern panhandle of West Virginia, across the border from Maryland.
In West VirginiaNew River & Greenbrier ValleysThe New River and Greenbrier Valleys region is in West Virginia. For the outdoors enthusiast, the Monongahela National Forest with recreation areas like Blue Bend Camping and Swimming areas and Lake Sherwood are excellent choices. Mountains & Lakes CountryThe Mountains and Lakes Country region is in West Virginia. Potomac HighlandsThe Potomac Highlands region is in West Virginia. The Potomac Highlands of West Virginia is a large region comprised of 11 counties. Ohio ValleyThe Ohio Valley region is in West Virginia. Interstate 77 Sisterville to Fly. About $3.00 per car. Metro ValleyMetro Valley is in West Virginia.