West Virginia

Covered mainly of heavily forested mountains of the Appalachians, close proximity to substantial rivers like the Ohio and Potomac, and right in the middle of the Nation’s history, West Virginia has outdoor activities, learning opportunities, gorgeous scenery and a low cost of living. You will be able to do things like visit historical sites such as Harper’s Ferry National Historic Park, go whitewater rafting on New River, rock climbing at Spruce-Knob Seneca Rocks, or unique attractions like the world’s largest teapot. Winters are not too cold and summers are not too hot, and you’ll find a host of things to do in each season.

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