Randolph County West Virginia Tourism

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Golden Anchor Cabins & Restaurant Dryfork Randolph County Mountain Highlands

Few areas in America, with such beautiful mountain scenery and prime outdoor recreation within an hour drive, also boast the rich culture and heritage you find in Randolph County.

Nestled between the Continental Divide and the shadows of Seneca Rocks, the unique mountain landscape found in the Randolph County region, are home to a wealth of natural wonders like the Monongahela National Forest, Dolly Sods Scenic Area, Spruce Knob and Blackwater Falls State Park.

Skiers looking for thrills race down slopes on three of the finest ski resorts in the country, specially constructed trails let mountain bikers have “epic rides” and hikers not intimidated by great mountain landscapes can get out into the backcountry.

You can trace heritage all the way from the first battle of the Civil War to the mansions of a lumber baron, an authentic Swiss village settled in 1869 and an excursion train travelling the same tracks trains carrying lumber once did. Stepping back in time you’ll experience the best in West Virginia’s heritage.

Enjoying arts and culture in Randolph County can range from theater performances and exhibits at the Randolph County Community Arts Center to activities at the Augusta Heritage Center. And, of course, as in any small town, there’s antique shopping and exploring the beautiful work of local artisans who handcraft exceptional creative works of art.