West Virginia has always been known for it's beautiful mountainous landscapes and it's rich history. The same goes for Mineral County. If you crave outdoor adventures, Mineral County offers various trails, Jennings Randolph Lake, Larenim Park, and kayaking and fishing on the North Branch of the Potomac River or Pattersons Creek.
If history is your niche, Mineral County offers many historical sites. Many sites date back to Revolutionary War times. Come and tour sites like Ashby's Fort, Traveler's Rest, Stewart's Tavern, Carskadon Mansion, Elk Garden Coal Museum, and the Keyser Museum.
Plan your visit and experience all the adventures that await you in Mineral County.
I'm originally from Romney, West Virginia. I am a 2011 graduate of Hampshire High School. In fall of 2015, I enrolled at Potomac State College, West Virginia University. In spring of 2017 I graduated with an Associate in Applied Science Business Management Technology. In the spring of 2018 I graduated with a Bachelor of Applied Science Business Management.
I've lived in Keyser for almost 5 years. Mineral County has a very special place in my heart. I am determined and dedicated to showcasing Mineral County and everything it has to offer!
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40 N. Main Street
Keyser, WV 26726