The Webster County Fair is held Labor Day weekend each year at Camp Caesar. Enjoy Gambill Amusement rides, 4-H exhibits, country store, live stock exhibits, arts and crafts, food vendors, live music and more.
The Webster County Nature Tour is held annually, the first weekend of May. Explore wildflowers and other wonders of nature. Walking and driving tours of scenic areas of Webster County are conducted, along with evening entertainment. Tours range from very rugged to easy walking – participants choose the tour in which they’ll participate. Lodging is … Continue reading Webster County Nature Tour
Camp Caesar can be found nestled on the edge of Monongahela National Forest in the towering mountains of southern Webster County. This 300 acre 4-H camp includes lodging and camping facilities, exhibit and assembly halls, recreational facilities and much more. Originally founded in 1922, Camp Caesar is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Jerry Run Summer Theater is a rustic, indoor acoustic music venue located in rural Hacker Valley-Cleveland area of northern Webster County, WV, on Rte. 20, about 1 mile north of Holly River State Park. Performances are held on weekends from April through October.
ATV riders heaven! Held the Saturday before Labor Day each year at the Bergoo Ball Field. Mud pit, poker run, horseshoe pitching contest, live entertainment and more. Sponsored by the Webster Springs Volunteer Fire Department.
Over 65,000 acres of the Monongahela National Forest lie within Webster County’s borders, including portions of the Cranberry Back Country and Cranberry Wilderness area. Enjoy breathtaking scenery, camping, hiking, cycling, hunting, fishing, horse back riding, cross country skiing and communing with nature.
Cyclists looking for anything from a mountain biking adventure to an exhilarating road biking challenge can find something to suit their tastes in Webster County. Many trails in the Holly River State Park and the Monongahela National Forest are suited for mountain biking enthusiasts, while the Williams River Road, Highland Scenic Highway and many other … Continue reading Biking
Boasting several rivers and streams, Webster County is home to some of North America’s finest angling. The waters are often brimming with trout, smallmouth bass, rock bass and catfish. Listed among the WV DNR’s “Favorite fishing waters” are the Elk, Cranberry and Williams Rivers. Trout are stocked regularly in the Back Fork of Elk, Elk, … Continue reading Fishing
There are miles of trails to explore throughout Webster County, ranging from mild to wild. The Monongahela National Forest offers a variety of hiking experiences from easy to wilderness adventures in the Cranberry Wilderness area. Holly River State Park also offers many miles of trails from very easy to very difficult. All offer unsurpassed scenic … Continue reading Hiking
Whitetail deer, black bear, wild turkey, squirrel and ruffed grouse are abundant in the hills and hollers of Webster County and hunting these game animals is a favored past-time of local residents and visitors alike. Check the WV Division of Natural Resources web site for seasons and other regulations.