Econo Lodge

1203 Broad Street, Summersville, West Virginia, 26651, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 1203 Broad Street, Summersville, is near Carnifex Ferry Battlefield State Park.
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Travel Blogs from Summersville

Mt. Nebo, New River Gorge National Park

A travel blog entry by abe_feuerstein on Jun 15, 2014

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... in the Western Hemisphere -- a crazy marvel of engineering. After seeing the bridge, we went on a trail bike ride on the Rend Trail, the trailhead for which is located near the former mining town of Thurmond. The ride was great -- 7 miles out and back, with 5 train trestles to cross, as well as a giant boulder that you have to carry your bike around to get past. The ride out was a steady uphill climb, ...

Gauley River National Recreation Area

A travel blog entry by eljo_adventures on Apr 21, 2014

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... view.

Canyon Rim Visitor serves as the main visitor center for the New River Gorge National River Park. The visitor center has an introductory film and exhibits that introduce one the geology and human history of the area including early lumbering, the hardships of Appalachian coal mining and the area’s current focus on recreation.
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National Park we saw in West Virginia

A travel blog entry by eljo_adventures on Apr 21, 2014

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... several class V+ rapids, making it one of the most adventurous white water boating rivers in the east.




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On the way to Bridge Day

A travel blog entry by andreatravels on Oct 18, 2013

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... miners lived. Alloy, WV is still home to a huge silicon metal plant that provides the wafers for our computer chips. In case you're wondering, the Kanawha River is pronounced Ka Naw' with the emphasis on that second syllable.





















As we approached the New River Bridge, we stopped at the Canyon Rim Visitors ...

White Water Rafting

A travel blog entry by nat-in-the-us on Sep 10, 2013

After leaving camp at 7am we headed to Lansing in West Virginia, about 5h drive away! We got there just in time for our tour to set out in the bus down to the river. In all we went down about 14 rapids, all varying from grade 1-5 in difficulty with me on falling out twice at the same rapid! It was such a great ...