- Our list of the best things to do in Princeton, West Virginia, features the top 11 nearby activities — including 3 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Princeton, WV has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Entertainment & Shows, Water Activities, Museums & Galleries, and Outdoor Places.
- The results below include the top 3 things to do within the city of Princeton, WV , followed by 8 popular activities in nearby cities, including Bluefield, Bramwell, Hinton, Pipestem and Wytheville
Honoring the Veterans of Mercer County, the Those Who Served War Museum is a place to learn about those who served the country during times of war. Displays include items from WWI through the Vietnam War.
Visitors to the Princeton Railroad Museum can learn about the history of the railroad industry in the United States. The museum preserves and displays historical artifacts and also houses exhibits showcasing the Virginian and the Norfolk & Western rail lines.
A minor league baseball team, the Princeton Rays are an advanced rookie affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays. The team plays at H. P. Hunnicutt Field which provides bleacher seating for 1,700 along with a concession area.
Offering available seating for up to 10,000 spectators, Bluefield's Mitchell Stadium was constructed as part of the Works Progress Administration's efforts in the mid-1930s. The stadium hosts primarily high school football games.
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Since 1938, visitors have been stopping to picnic at Pinnacle Rock State Park. The sandstone rock reaches 3,100 feet above sea level, and the park has grown to over 400 acres including Jimmy Lewis Lake.
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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.
Visitors to Big Walker Lookout enjoy views of the Appalachian Mountains at an elevation of 3,405 feet. Another 100 feet higher is an observation tower for a different view. Live music and events are offered seasonally from May through October.