Join our partner: Adventures on the Gorge for a one of a kind experience! Our area home to some of the best white-water rafting around and with AOTG there is a trip for everybody. Families, adventure-junkies, and first-timers are all welcome! The best part? Your friends at CRC can book it all for you!
Look at West Virginia from a new perspective high above the trees. Zipline, Rappel, or traverse an aerial obstacle course. The best part? Your friends at CRC can book for you and find you the best deals!
Bridge Walk offers guided tours of the New River Gorge Bridge from the catwalk 25’ beneath the Bridge. The tours are 2-3 hours in length. After checking in, Bridge Walk guests are shuttled to the Canyon Rim Visitor’s Center on the north side of the Bridge. A short path leads to the Bridge where guests enter the catwalk in the midst of the massive iron structure.
Babcock State Park and its 4,127 acres of rhododendron-lined trails and rippling, rock-strewn streams is one of West Virginia’s most iconic locations. Located 20 miles south of the New River Gorge Bridge, the park is most known for the Glade Creek Grist Mill, a fully functional replica of the original Cooper’s Mill, located nearby. Other attractions include recreational activities like hiking, fishing and boating.
When the New River Gorge Bridge was completed on October 22, 1977, a travel challenge was solved. The bridge reduced a 40-minute drive down narrow mountain roads and across one of North America's oldest rivers to less than a minute. When it comes to road construction, mountains do pose a challenge. In the case of the New River Gorge Bridge, challenge was transformed into a work of structural art - the longest steel span in the western hemisphere and the third highest in the United States.
Superb water quality and sheer sandstone cliffs make Summersville Lake a unique place to visit. West Virginia’s largest lake; Summersville Lake has over 28,000 acres of water and 60 miles of shoreline. Boating, water-skiing, swimming, fishing for large- and smallmouth bass, walleye, panfish, and catfish, (trout are stocked below the dam in the spring and fall) scuba diving, picnicking, hunting, and biking are the favorite activities enjoyed by nearly one million visitors annually.
Here at the Society, our food is thoughtfully sourced, crafted with passion, and meant to nourish and fulfill our guests. Bold combinations of sweet, savory, pickled, crunchy, salty and spicy mingle on perfectly toasted bread. In addition to great food, we pride ourselves on our commitment to the environment. At each location, we are 100% wind powered and recycle everything we can in order to help protect our environment for the future. This is the Society. We’re happy you joined us.
Located in the center of Fayetteville's National Historic District, this quaint, turn-of-the-century church, with cathedral ceilings and towering stained glass windows, is much more than one of the regions most popular restaurants.