Traveling West Virginia
West Virginia is known primarily for coal mining and logging. However, there is so much more to be seen and done in West Virginia.
There is so much to do there and we love to offer information for West Virginia.
Billy Bob’s Wonderland is located in Barboursville, WV and is the perfect attraction for families. This family friendly facility has a wide variety of arcade games along with laser tag, mini gulf, and daily performances from the Rock-Afire Explosion Band. For more information, check them out on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/
If you want to spend a weekend living the luxurious life, check out the Greenbrier Casino Club. This 103,000 square-foot casino and filled with slot machines and table games. Dressing up is a requirement at this fine establishment, giving you a top of the line atmosphere. Greenbrier also has state of the art lodging options and a world-renowned mineral spa. Learn more about the amenities here: http://greenbrier.com/casino
Looking for a more laid back gaming atmosphere? Try the Mardi Gras Casino & Resort! The Mardi Gras Casino & Resort features table games along with live greyhound betting and over 1,000 slot machines. Book a room in their luxury hotel to receive a complimentary breakfast, valet parking, and more. For more information, visit them online: http://mardigrascasinowv.com/
FOR THE SPORTS FAN…
West Virginia has a minor-league baseball team affiliated with the Pittsburgh Pirates. The West Virginia Miners play their games at the West Virginia Power/Appalachian Power Park. For tickets and more information, log on here: http://www.wvpower.com
FOR THE HISTORY BUFF…
West Virginia is home to many historial landmarks, including a Civil War Reenactment in August. This event is free to the public and will feature firing demos, authentic living replicas, and even the opportunity to meet with General Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson. For dates and times, visit here: http://www.talawv.com
West Virginia, Wild and Wonderful, has more attractions and activities than one could possibly write in one post. Be sure to contact their tourism department for a full list of details: http://www.wvtourism.com/