Located in the picturesque Appalachian mountains and valleys in Fayette County, West Virginia. Just a hop-skip-and-a-jump (or within 500 miles) of 66% of the U.S. population and 33% of the Canadian population - we are easy to find... if you know where to look ;)

As the bird flies, follow U.S. Route 19 to the New River Gorge Bridge and you're here. From that vantage point Smithsonian's Aerial America named the area one of the "Top 13 Landscapes of 2013!" Coincidence? We think not. Our beloved deciduous forests provide crucial stopover habitat for migrating birds and birders alike.

Enter "Fayetteville, WV 25840" on your favorite map app or click here to view Google Map for location and driving directions to Fayetteville, WV.

Did you know...

• the "New" River is the second oldest in the world?
• the New River Gorge Bridge is on our state quarter?
• WV is the third most heavily forested state in the nation?
• West Virginia's state motto is "Mountaineers are Always Free?"

Intrigued by these facts? Ask for more when you get here. We're full of it [interesting facts!] and love to share :)

Concho Overlook to Thurmond, WV - by Chad Foreman

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