The Mineral County Travel Guide is here!
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Ready to experience Mineral County for yourself? This guide is here to help! From restaurants, to breweries, to historical museums, outdoor recreation, and more, Mineral County has something for everyone!
Guides are available at the Mineral County Tourism Visitors Center, located at 167 S. Mineral Street in Keyser. Guides can also be mailed directly to you, no matter the quantity! You may request guides by giving us a call at 304-790-7081 or by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Mineral County Travel Guide
Welcome to the Mineral County Tourism website! We strive to promote all sectors of tourism. Our office is new, but we are excited to be growing. The Potomac Highlands region of West Virginia is privileged to be home of beautiful outdoor recreation and a rich history. Mineral County is home to all of these things, plus more!
Our office hours are Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. unless we are out on calls or attending other meetings. Please make sure to call ahead. If you have any questions or would like more information on anything you see here, please feel free to reach out!
We hope you plan a visit with us soon! The mountains are calling!
Pictured top left: Barnum Whitewater Area of the North Branch of the Potomac River. Barnum offers up to Class 3 whitewater when the dam is released at Jennings Randolph Lake. Barnum is also home to some of the best trout fishing. Hiking and camping are offered as well!
Pictured top right: Jennings Randolph Lake. This manmade lake is the perfect place for boating, kayaking, swimming, hiking, and much more! Take the family and enjoy a weekend at the lake.
Pictured bottom right: Ashby's Fort Museum. This French & Indian Fort is located in Fort Ashby. Come tour the brand new Visitors Center and learn the history of the Fort. Once you're finished, make sure you tour the log building to see what life was like in the 1700's.