West Virginia gets a bad rap.
For those of us seeking forested nature, mountain climbs and a respite from the East Coast’s bustling hustle, the state couldn’t be a better choice for exploration. From the New River Gorge to the many a state park worth visiting, and a heaping helpful of surprisingly hip towns in between, WV is one of our favorite’s east of the Mississippi.
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Fayetteville is just across US 19 to the east, its local Pizza & Pints Saturday night hotspot no doubt filling up with families looking for a slice and 20-somethings interested in the local Bridge Brew Works latest offerings. The cafe housed in an old church has been closed for hours. For the most part, town at this time of night is sleepy.