- TripBuzz found 25 things to do with kids in or near Snowshoe, West Virginia, including 16 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Marlinton, Hillsboro and Durbin.
- From Snowshoe Mountain Resort to Snowshoe Mountain Tubing Park, the Snowshoe area offers 36 different types of family activities, including: Hiking Trails, Off Road & ATV, Other Adventures and Playgrounds.
- Located in West Virginia's Pocahontas County among the Allegheny Mountains lies the resort town of Snowshoe. Primarily a tourist destination, the city centers around the Snowshoe Mountain Ski Resort. Winter outdoor recreation is the areas main draw, as is recreation along the waters of the Cheat River. Golf, shopping and dining are among the other points of interest.
Snowshoe Mountain Resort offers 11 lifts and 53 groomed trails on its 227 acres. Guests can rent skis and snowboards, take lessons, experience off road adventures, go tubing, and eat in the resort's five restaurants.
The Split Rock Pools is located at Snowshoe Mountain Ski Resort, and is split between a toddler's area with indoor and outdoor swim areas, a children's pool area with a geyser as well as slides. Adults have their own area with a sauna and hot tub.
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Visitors can experience off-road tours from the Tomcar, a unique ATV, with Green Zebra Adventures - Snowshoe Mountain. The tours allow you to drive the Tomcar while being led to scenic stops by an experienced local guide.
Located in Snowshoe, West Virginia and part of the Snowshoe Mountain ski resort, the Cheat Mountain Ridge Natural Trail is a backcountry path that is open to hikers and bikers. The Greenbrier River can be seen half-way through the hike.
Running nearby Shaver's Lake, Bail-Out Natural Trail is located in the Cheat Mountain area nearby the Monongahela National Forest. The trail offers a steep, uphill hike and can also be accessed via other trails to provide a downhill route.
The Highland Scenic Highway, running for 43 miles from Richwood to US Route 219 near Marlinton, is the highest major roadway in West Virginia. While the entire route is very scenic, the four overlooks allow visitors to park and see views of the Allegheny Highlands.