- The list below includes 25 free or cheap things to do in or near Davis, West Virginia, including 38 different types of inexpensive activities like National & State Parks, Art Gallery, Nature & Wildlife Areas and Horseback Riding.
- From Blackwater Falls State Park to Fairfax Stone Historical Monument Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Davis and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Oakland, Elkins, Seneca Rocks and Cumberland.
Spruce Knob at Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area is the highest peak in West Virginia. Rock climbers often climb the peak, and the recreation area is important in history because it was the first national recreation area in the United States.
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Tygart Lake at Tygart Lake State Park is a 10-mile long, 1,750-acre lake. The park is popular with kayakers, canoers, picnickers, while anglers enjoy catching walleye, musky, crappie, perch, bullhead catfish, carp, northern pike in the lake's coves.
Visitors to Audra State Park, Buckhannon, may hike, swim, river tube, or relax in a scenic location. The popular Alum Cave Trail follows boardwalk beneath sandstone cliffs. Campgrounds close to river. Other amenities include showers and camp store
A part of the Savage River State Forest, New Germany State Park is named after the early community of farmers who settled here and contains a lake, multiple trails, historic sites, a nature center and more.
The West Virginia Botanical Gardens offers visitors the chance to see plants in their natural environments. To accomplish this, visitors can walk on the .5-mile forest trail, the .3-mile Tibbs Crossing Trail, the .25- Farside trail or the .3-mile Wetland Loop Trail.
Dedicated to the local soldiers who fought and died in the Vietnam War, Marion County Vietnam Memorial provides a large plaque honoring their sacrifice. The plaque has a list of names and the day they were killed engraved into it.