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If variety is the spice of life, then make
Summersville your top destination. Whether it is
winter, spring, summer or fall, Summersville has
something to offer its visitors. Accommodations are
available for any budget and include hotels, cabins,
camping, and a bed and breakfast. There are many
dining selections, including many fabulous local
venues and several well known chain restaurants.
Consider a romantic
retreat during the winter months and stay at one of
the many cabins in the area, offering fire places,
hot tubs on the deck, and beautiful scenery for that
brisk winter walk. So, plan to leave all your cares
behind and enjoy a wonderful romantic weekend.
Spring brings new
life to Summersville as the lake is reborn and the
area is transformed into beautiful colors. Plan to
enjoy a walk or bike along one of the many trails.
Dust off those fishing poles or consider a rafting
trip. Get out the golf clubs and hit the course.
Stop by Kirkwood Winery and try a wine tasting.
jet skiing, and so much more begins happening on the
lake in the summertime. If you are looking for high
adventure, try zip lining or rock climbing. Break
out the camping equipment and spend a week at one of
our campgrounds, complete with activities,
playgrounds, clean and updated facilities and smores!
Fall also brings
high adventure during Gauley Fest, as rafters travel
the Gauley and New Rivers. This is also a great time
to visit Carnifex Ferry State Park or mountain bike
and explore the banks of Summersville Lake on its
network of trails, or ride through Monongahela
National Forest. You will thoroughly enjoy the array
of fall colors as you follow the trails. Plan to
visit the Potato Festival, Gauley Fest, and the
Grape Stomping Festival in September.
So, put your
worries away and let Summersville be your
destination. You will find a variety of activities
that abound on both water and land. Summersville is
always in season!