Webster County is nestled in the mountains of central West Virginia, a peaceful and picturesque oasis conveniently located among some of the state’s most popular destinations.
The region is filled with attractions for adventure-seeking visitors as well as those who prefer calm, quiet days browsing through shops filled with local arts and crafts.
Webster County comes alive with special activities throughout the year, including the popular Wildwater Weekend River Festival in April, Nature Tour in May, internationally known Woodchopping Festival over Memorial Day weekend, the WV R.A.V.E. (Ridge And Valley Excursion) Bike Tour in June, Cowen Railroad Festival in July, Holly River Festival in September and tasty Burgoo Cook-off over Columbus Day weekend.
Come for a visit, and discover for yourself what Webster County has to offer.
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