Whether you're traveling with the whole family, just your significant other, or solo with a pup - Pocahontas County, West Virginia boasts beautiful winding roads and scenic vistas that go on for miles!
Don't forget to head to Scenic Drive Day, June 23rd, 2019 at Cranberry Mountain Nature Center!
Meetings & Conferences
The beauty of Pocahontas County and its many recreational opportunities, natural wonders and historic treasures make this an ideal place to hold your next meeting, conference or retreat. For when it comes time to play, your group can explore more than 900 square miles of mountains and forests.
Winter sports enthusiasts can ski the slopes at Snowshoe Mountain or cross-country ski the Elk River Trails. At other times of the year you can bike or hike along the Greenbrier River, fish trout-stocked streams, golf a world-class course, ride back in time on a steam locomotive train or see the largest maneuverable radio telescope in the world. The choices for leisure fun are endless.
The Convention & Visitors Bureau can assist you in finding the perfect compliment to all of your fun and adventure. We can provide information on lodging and suitable space for your next meeting, conference or event. You’ll be able to choose from several first class facilities within Pocahontas County, all with competitive rates and personalized service.
Snowshoe Mountain, with its unique Village of shops and restaurants, offers the new 15,400-square foot Expo Center and a total of 40,000-square feet of meeting space. Snowshoe can provide overnight accommodations for 10,000 people and has exciting activities and adventures on the 11,000-acre mountain at all times of the year.
The Inn at Mountain Quest
Retreat & Conference Center
Marlinton Motor Inn
Centrally located in Pocahontas County, the Marlinton Motor Inn offers a conference room, family-style restaurant & lounge, outdoor pool and seventy affordable rooms to accommodate your group. The Fenton Glass Gift Shop is located on the premises.
Located in Huntersville, near the intersection of Routes 39 and 28, rustic yet pleasurable facilities are offered at the unique AFC Retreat. A meeting area with seating for up to 200 and a large dining hall will meet the needs of any group. Accommodations include 36 motel-style rooms and 2-bedroom cabins. The famous Allegheny Trail passes nearby and a large recreational area is available for group activities.