TOP 15. Best Natural Attractions in West Virginia

TOP 15. Best Natural Attractions in West Virginia

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3 Popular Attractions In West Virginia

  • Charleston Civic Center: Municipal complex in Charleston, West Virginia.
  • West Virginia Facts

    • Jackson’s Mill is the site of the first 4-H Camp in the United States.
    • One of the first suspension bridges in the world was completed in Wheeling in November 1849.
    • West Virginia got its first Starbucks in December, 2003, making it the last state in the United States to have a Starbucks store.
    Charleston, West Virginia
    Views of Downtown Charleston, West Virginia

    Views of Downtown Charleston, West Virginia
    Flag of Charleston, West Virginia

    Official seal of Charleston, West Virginia

    Nickname(s):

    Charlie West[1]
    Location within Kanawha County

    Location within Kanawha County
    Charleston is located in West Virginia

    Charleston
    Charleston
    Location within West Virginia

    Charleston is located in the United States

    Charleston
    Charleston
    Location within the United States

    Charleston is located in North America

    Charleston
    Charleston
    Charleston (North America)

    Coordinates:

    38°20′50″N 81°38′0″W / 38.34722°N 81.63333°W / 38.34722; -81.63333Coordinates: 38°20′50″N 81°38′0″W / 38.34722°N 81.63333°W / 38.34722; -81.63333 Country United States State West Virginia County Kanawha Founded 1788 Incorporated 1794 Government

    Mayor Amy Shuler Goodwin (D) •City Council
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    Area

    •City 32.64sqmi (84.54km2) •Land 31.50sqmi (81.59km2) •Water 1.14sqmi (2.95km2) Elevation

    597–1,167 (varies due to mountains)ft (182–355m) Population

    •City 48,864 •Rank US: 832nd
    WV: 1st •Density 1,500/sqmi (580/km2) •Urban

    153,199 (US: 214th) •Metro

    208,089 (US: 213th) Time zone UTC−5 (EST) •Summer (DST) UTC−4 (EDT) ZIP codes
    25301,25302,25304,25305,25311,25314,25317, 25321-25339, 25350,-25358,25362, 25364,25375,25387, 25389,25392,25396,
    Area code(s) 304/681 FIPS code 54-14600[citation needed] GNIS feature ID 1558347[4] Website charlestonwv.gov

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    TOP 15. Best Natural Attractions in West Virginia: parks, national reserves and nature

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    1. I've never lived near there, BUT visiting Harper's Ferry was a pretty cool experience for me. Being a history buff, the place is pure Gold, plus it's ridiculously scenic .

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