From spooky sights to fall foliage, West Virginia in autumn offers something for everyone


When the days start to get shorter and temperatures begin to drop, it’s a sure sign that summer is over and fall has arrived in the Mountain State.

The long, hot days of summer may be behind us, but autumn in West Virginia has just as many opportunities to get out and explore, take a day trip or visit one of the state’s countless attractions.


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