Top of West Virginia CVB Releases New Travel Guide

Top of West Virginia CVB Releases New Travel Guide

The Top of West Virginia is thrilled to announce the release of the latest edition of its official travel guide. This comprehensive booklet serves as a gateway to exploring the vibrant communities of Brooke and Hancock County, offering travelers a treasure trove of information on attractions, events, dining, and lodging options. Available for free either by mail or online, the travel guide is a must-have resource for anyone planning a trip to the area. Whether booking a weekend getaway, family vacation, or an adventurous road trip, this guide is your passport to discovering the hidden gems and memorable landmarks of the region.

According to Rachel Keeney, Executive Director of the Top of West Virginia, “The Top of West Virginia Travel Guide is more than just a brochure; it’s a roadmap to unforgettable experiences. We are excited to unveil this year’s edition, packed with even more insider tips, vibrant photography, and engaging stories to inspire travelers to explore our wonderful piece of Almost Heaven.”

This year’s cover features a striking, bright blue color scheme, designed to capture attention on brochure racks and stand out amidst a sea of information. What also sets the guide apart is the die-cut map, which reveals a captivating photo collage showcasing the region’s best attractions. It’s a creative and playful way to highlight the diverse members that make up our region.

Organized into user-friendly sections including Fairs & Festivals, History, Arts & Culture, Outdoor Recreation, Shopping, Dining, and Lodging, the guide acts as a reference book for planning an entire itinerary. Additionally, this year’s edition introduces friendly tour guides named “Brooke” and “Hancock”, who pop up throughout the guide to offer fun facts and insider tips for travelers. Whether you’re a first-time visitor or a seasoned explorer, the Top of West Virginia Travel Guide is your essential companion for discovering something new.

Request your free copy or view the guide online. You can also find copies in the Top of WV Visitors Center, WV welcome centers, and other CVBs throughout the state.

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