West Virginia Bluestone State Park has Recreational Diversity

Bluestone State Park in West Virginia has everything the wilderness enthusiasts could want. This heavily forested park is filled with picturesque terrain, and has over 2,100 acres of excellent recreational opportunity. With both rugged terrain and family-friendly recreational spots, Bluestone has something for everyone. Accessible from many major highways, the park is located within the […]

Berkeley Springs, West Virginia Offers America’s First Natural Spas

Berkeley Springs is an idyllic West Virginia town nestled in the mountains, just ninety minutes from the Baltimore and Washington, DC metro area. It is known for its historic, natural warm springs; hiking; swimming; and theater and music events. The Berkeley Springs State Park is located in the center of the town and has been […]

Step Back in History at the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Park

In a simpler time waterways provided a lifeline to communities throughout the nation, helping them bring their crops to market and trade with nearby villages.  The unique Chesapeake and Ohio Canal national park is a testament to the importance of these waterways, and visitors can relive history as they visit. Stretching some 184-1/2 miles, the […]