- TripBuzz found 33 things to do with kids in or near Summersville, West Virginia, including 28 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Lansing, Fayetteville and Ansted.
- From Summersville Dam to Carnifex Ferry Battlefield State Park, the Summersville area offers 49 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Lake, National & State Parks and Marinas.
- Located in West Virginia's Nicholas County is the small city of Summersville. Home to Summersville Lake, the city draws attention to it's water recreation opportunities, as does the nearby Gauley River which is known for it's white rapids. The local annual Potato Festival celebrates the city's local potato crop and offers fun activities and local fare for locals and tourists.
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113 East Washington Street, Lewisburg, WV 24901 MoreLess Info
Greenbrier Valley Theatre is a live-performance theater. Visitors to the theater can see plays, while children can participate in an after-school drama club, and teenagers can take classes at the conservatory.
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.
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US Route 219 South, Marlinton, WV 24954 MoreLess Info
Various historic eras of the local region are documented within the Pocahontas County Historical Society Museum. Displays at the museum include spinning wheels and looms, tools, railroad artifacts, and dolls.
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75 Seneca Trail, Lewisburg, WV 24901 MoreLess Info
A movie multiplex that shows primarily first-run Hollywood movies, Marquee Cinemas - Seneca Showcase features a variety of amenities. The theater hosts parties and special events, and offers a variety of promotions and discounts.
The West Virginia Veterans Memorial is two-stories tall and oval shaped in its basic form. The work itself was created by sculptor Joe Mullins and serves to honor more than 10,000 West Virginians who sacrificed their lives to defend the United States during the 20th century.
Running along the Greenbrier River in many areas, the 78-mile path is covered in small crush rock making it popular for bicycling, backpacking, cross-country skiing and horseback riding. The flat path lies adjacent to Monongahela National Forest, Seneca State Forest and Watoga State Park.
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Monongahela National Forest, Marlinton, WV MoreLess Info
Operated by the United States Forest Service, the Cranberry Mountain Nature Center gives programs on birds of prey and snakes that live in West Virginia. Visitors can listen to multimedia presentations to learn more about the forest ecosystem and local history.
Droop Mountain Battlefield State Park offers a range of activities. There is a day park, hiking trails, two play areas for children, picnic areas with shelters and a museum. Droop Mountain Battlefield is an official Civil War Discovery Trail site.
Pocahontas County Museum portrays the History of Pocahontas County. The museum exhibits mementoes and artifacts of the various eras of Pocahontas County history - from the Indians to the present. Displays include tools, spinning wheels and looms and railroad items.