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!
Nature's Mountain Playground is a motorcyclist haven, from the elevated routes that trace our mountain tops to the easy curves that follow the river bends below - we've got the perfect ride here for you.
Pocahontas County is a motorcycle mecca, with easy access to routes expanding into Virginia and into our neighboring West Virginia counties. From Seneca Rocks, to Goshen Pass, we're central to it all. Of course, you don't ever have to leave Pocahontas County - from the Highland Scenic Highway to scenic US Route 219 on your way in, our roads are in impeccable condition and provide road thrills all themselves. History, hospitality and uniqueness all aid in making Pocahontas County an epic destination. Stay in an old company house and ride the scenic train at Cass Railroad State Park, or cruise by the world's largest steerable telescope at Green Bank Observatory - the route you choose is up to you, but regardless of the direction you take off in, grand adventure is the end destination.
Stay, ride, repeat. From cozy cabins, to motels and camping, we've got just the place for you to rest your head. Click here to view some of our lodging partners.
Check out some of our epic loops and start planning your trip - to view an online version of our Pocahontas County Motorcycle Touring Map, click here.
Don't forget to stop by the Pocahontas County CVB (Marlinton Visitors Center) to pick up your FREE Highland Scenic Highway pin to commemorate your epic ride.
Already tackled Highland Scenic Highway - Route 150? Call the Pocahontas County CVB and we will mail you your FREE Highland Scenic Highway pin.