Whether you need a rush of adrenaline climbing the premier Via Ferrata on the East Coast, or a relaxing holiday lounging porch-side and enjoying a rainbow at the base of a mountain, Pendleton County, West Virginia has something for each of its visitors. The fourth largest county in West Virginia, “PenCo” as called by the locals is enriched with history and small town charm.

With some of the most scenic rivers, mountains, and trails in the state, Pendleton County is home to world-class recreational activities. With options for cycling, hiking, golf, rock climbing, horseback riding, and historical. Pendleton County is home to Spruce Knob, the highest point in the state of WV, Seneca Rocks, an iconic natural landmark, and two National Forests, Monongahela and the George Washington. Learn More
From Native American history at the Seneca Rocks Discovery Center to the Boggs Museum run by the Pendleton County Historical Society, Pendleton County beckons the history lover in all of us. Our heritage is rooted deep within the ridges and valleys of Pendleton County. This heritage is kept alive through events such as the Treasure Mountain Festival and stories that are passed down throughout the generations. Learn More
The perfect West Virginia souvenir is here in Pendleton County: homemade maple syrup, honey, unique gifts, WV glass, foods, and more. There are plenty of shopping opportunities throughout the county. Learn More
From indoor recreation like bowling and roller skating to underground caverns and shopping at a local General Store or just staying in and enjoying the evening at a cozy inn, one can kick back and enjoy being tucked away in those PenCo mountains. Learn More
Home to some of the best fishing in the state, Pendleton County offers secluded fishing spots, lakes and rivers… take your pick! Many of our top spots are easily accessible for people of all skill sets – beginner or an experienced fishing pro. Learn More
Craft your own adventure where “on the rocks” takes on new meaning and discover the best craft beverage producers in the region. From hard cider to whiskey to maple moonshine, taste distinctive drinks made from locally grown and harvested ingredients. Learn More