- The list below includes 36 free or cheap things to do in or near Ansted, West Virginia, including 40 different types of inexpensive activities like National & State Parks, Rafting, Movie Theaters and History Museums.
- From Hawks Nest State Park to Adventures On the Gorge, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Ansted and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Lansing, Beckley, Fayetteville and Summersville.
60% 25 votes
Route 60 West (MacCorkle Avenue S.W.), South Charleston, WV MoreLess Info
South Charleston Indian Mound is the second largest Indian mound in West Virginia measuring 175 feet in diameter at the base and approximately 35 feet high. It is believed that these mounds belonged to Indians of the Adena Culture.
Headquartered in the historical LaBelle Theater is the South Charleston Museum. The museum is dedicated to the preservation of West Virginia's past and present so that it can live in the future, featuring films, artifacts and documents from throughout the area.
Southridge Grand Prix is a family fun center that offers patrons a variety of attractions including roller skating, lazer tag, go karts, mini golf and arcade games. Southridge also hosts birthday parties with roller skating and grand prix themes.
Housed within Staunton Park, the Criel Mound is the second largest Native American burial ground in West Virginia. The mound is the gathering place for a variety of activities such as arts and crafts fairs, revivals, and memorial services.
The City of South Charleston's Memorial Ice Arena is an up-to-date, state of the art ice skating facility that hosts all manner of ice skating activities. It features heated seating areas for spectators, as well.
Charleston's branch of Marquee Cinemas is a twelve-theater movie multiplex that shows first-run movies with digital video and sound. The theater is also available for rentals for parties, church groups, or other functions.
86% 66 votes
Mullens, WV 25992 MoreLess Info
Visitors to Twin Falls State Park can stay in cabins, in the lodge or camp. The park offers a golf course, 12 hiking and biking trails, an outdoor pool, a full-service restaurant and a Pioneer Farm.
Fairview Road, Lewisburg, WV MoreLess Info
At the Lost World Caverns, visitors descend 120 feet below the ground into a cavern that was discovered in 1942, where they can see a 30-ton compound stalactite and a 28-foot stalagmite among other formations. Visitors can also take a four-hour tour to the deepest parts of the cave.
90% 144 votes
Pipestem, WV MoreLess Info
Visitors find an aerial tramway, two golf courses, fishing, horseback riding trails, Olympic size swimming pool, two radio control race tracks, a disc golf course, a nature center, the Harris Homestead, and a 3,000 foot lookout tower at Pipestem State Park. Visitors can stay in the lodge, cabins or camp.
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301 W Washington St., Lewisburg, WV 24901 MoreLess Info
Featuring antique furnishings and artifacts from the pioneer era, Greenbrier Historical Society and North House Museum is located in historic Lewisburg. Providing guided tours, this museum offers a valuable, educational experience.