Stretching across much of southern West Virginia, the Hatfield-McCoy Trail system will take you Off The Beaten Path for fun-filled adventure and incredible scenery! Watch us explore southern West Virginia and its natural playground all while finding our own version of Almost Heaven.Read More
During the Golden Age of Bramwell, the town boasted more millionaires per square mile than anywhere else in the country; springing up seemingly overnight as a result of the 1800s coal-mining boom. A time where King Coal produced more millionaires than Wall Street. This was surely a time of prosperity and wealth for West Virginia, especially the most southern tip of the state. To commemorate Bramwell's cultural heritage and the 30th year anniversary of the 1988 Championship team we are releasing a 5-piece collection featuring apparel and accessories inspired by The Millionaires.Read More
In late 1861, lawmakers gathered in Wheeling to create a constitution for the “Restored Government of Virginia” that had been formed after Virginia’s western counties rejected the state’s vote to secede from the Union.
But what to call this new state? Turns out that West Virginia was not the first name proposed — or even the second or third. Check out some of these proposed names for the new state. Which name would you choose?Read More