Check out West Virginia in your RV rental from RVshare! West Virginia, often referred to as the “Mountain State”, is full or many attractions and natural wonders that will fill up your days. Its attractions include:
Rural retreats and country culture
Steep hills and deep valleys
Delicious, down-home country food
We know you'll enjoy your RV rental West Virginia!
Whatever your interests, West Virginia has an attraction for you. Check out just three of the many places that you can enjoy in your RV rental in WV.
Tourists are welcome to visit this attraction, featuring glittery temples and deities that were created by a Hare Krishna community. Perched on a secluded hilltop in West Virginia, the Palace of Gold has the feel of a great, glittery treasure ship that somehow drifted off the set of a Bollywood production. This palace is fit for a Rajah, which showcases crystal chandeliers, marble floors, stained glass windows and mirrored ceilings. It is a completely unexpected but wonderfully incredible place to visit as you make your way around West Virginia. Check this fantastic place in your camper rental in WV.
In 1888, farmer and amateur scientist Graham Hamrick bought two female cadavers to the West Virginia Hospital, and mummified them with his patented embalming potion. Hamrick succeeded in his efforts and the well-dried fruits of his labor are still in Philippi. Two mummies, in glass-topped wooden coffins, are displayed in the Barbour County Historical Museum bathroom.
The Mothman Statue was created based on the legend, myth and prophecy that abound the town of Point Pleasant during the 60’s. It is located in Mothman Park which used to be known as the Gunn Park. The statue was created by artist and sculptor Bob Roach, and is made of stainless steel. It is one of the most visited tourist destinations in Point Pleasant.
When RVing, it is essential that you find a quality campground to use as a home base while you enjoy the sights and sounds of West Virginia. To this end, we are providing you with information on three campgrounds that are sure to fit the bill.
The campground is perfect for an easy in/easy out overnight stay. However, it is also excellent for an extended stay due to its beautiful landscape and its nearby outlet shopping for the ladies. Check out Flatwoods KOA when you travel in your camper rental to West Virginia.
50 Spaces Available
30/50 Amp Service
Ideal for a motorhome rental in West Virginia, the Harpers Ferry/Civil War Battlefields KOA is a fantastic vacation destination spot that's perfect for the whole family. It received the 2014 KOA PRESIDENT’S AWARD, which means it has the best facilities and amenities for your camper rental West Virginia.
214 Total Spaces
30/50 Amp Service
This KOA is located on the western edge of the state where Southern hospitality is still in fashion and every camper in a motorhome rental in WV is a special guest. Enjoy the beautiful campground amenities and helpful staff. In addition, it situated nearby to a number of local attractions such as the Blenko Glass Company, and the Mountain Lakes region. In other words, this KOA is the perfect base camp while enjoying your travel trailer rental West Virginia.
110 Total Spaces
30/50 Amp Service
Self-Service RV Wash
West Virginia has great events happening all year round. To get a better idea of what they have to offer, check out some of the following events.
Music is a part of life in West Virginia. Whether your taste runs to Appalachian traditional music that echoes the strains of the state’s Celtic, Scotch and British ancestry, or the wonderful rhythms of African-American hymns and Southern Gospel harmonies, or the driving beat of true country and bluegrass sounds, there’s a place for you and your motorhome rental West Virginia in the Mountain State.
Experience a variety of music at concert halls, coliseums, auditoriums and amphitheaters. In addition, you’ll find dozens of charming cafes and coffee shops throughout the state that host a wealth of talent representing every genre, from folk to rock to jazz. Don’t forget to check out the state’s music heritage at traditional music festivals, including the Vandalia Gathering, FestivALL and Augusta Festival. Many venues also offer workshops in music, craft, dance and folklore, in addition to public performances and competitions.
If you would like something a little more intense, minor-league baseball is thriving in West Virginia. For example:
In downtown Charleston, you can cheer on the West Virginia Power to victory. This minor league baseball team affiliated with the Pittsburgh Pirates.
In Mercer County, two rookie league teams play in the Appalachian League - the Princeton Rays and Bluefield Orioles.
The West Virginia Miners, a collegiate wooden-bat league that includes teams from six states and is affiliated with Major League Baseball and the NCAA. You can check out the action at Linda K. Epling Stadium, a 3,000-seat venue featuring a panoramic mountaintop view of the state's picturesque splendor in Beckley.
Whether you would like to enjoy seeing a real live mummy, enjoy the abundance of outdoor activities, or catch some minor league baseball action, West Virginia abounds with many opportunities for you to try something new. Rent an RV to West Virginia now and enjoy its numerous attractions and natural wonders.
Thank you for choosing RVshare for your West Virginia RV rental!