Many say the best time to visit West Virginia is mid to late spring and late summer when the temperatures on the milder side, and fall when the foliage begins to turn color.
However, we believe any time of year is the best time to visit West Virginia.
And at Harman’s Log Cabins in Cabins, WV, you’re surrounded by lush wilderness and the best natural attractions and landmarks in West Virginia for every season!
Don’t believe us? We’ll explain why every season offers its own perks for visiting:
Visit West Virginia in the Spring
Expect average highs from the mid-60s during April to the low 80s in June. Average rainfall can reach up to 3.73 inches in May, but don’t let that keep you from enjoying West Virginia’s best spring activities, from the biggest spring events to outdoor adventure for all ages:
- West Virginia Wildflower Pilgrimage at Blackwater Falls State Park (May)
- Annual Ramps & Rail Festival (April)
- Trophy Trout Fishing at Harman’s Log Cabins
- West Virginia Bird Watching
Visit West Virginia in the Summer
Visitors can expect average highs in the low to high 80s during the summer months in Cabins, WV. With such wonderful weather, the summer months offer ample opportunities for outdoor exploring.
From scenic hikes at nearby Spruce Knob and Seneca Rocks to plenty of outdoor fun for the entire family at Harman’s Log Cabins, including inner tubing, fishing, and campfires, your options are endless during a summer stay in West Virginia!
Get the complete guide to late-summer West Virginia vacation ideas.
Visit West Virginia in the Fall
There’s a reason West Virginia’s fall months are such a favorite among visitors and locals alike. Starting in September, West Virginia’s treetops turn from lush green to golden reds, oranges, and yellows, painting a stunning landscape across Canaan Valley.
Typically, the average highs during the first weeks of fall are from the upper 60s to the upper 70s, just as the fall foliage season peaks in Cabins, WV.
- West Virginia Fall Train Rides
- West Virginia’s Best Fall Foliage Spots
- Haunted Places in West Virginia
Visit West Virginia in the Winter
By the time winter rolls around, West Virginia is covered by a soft blanket of snow. There’s no better way to enjoy the holiday season or any winter weekend than getting cozy by the stone fireplace in a luxury winter cabin.
For couples visiting this time of year, there are plenty of romantic things to do in West Virginia as well.
Plus, there’s plenty of snow to shred at West Virginia’s best ski resorts:
- Canaan Valley Resort
- Timberline Mountain
- White Grass Touring Center
- Snowshoe Mountain