Agritourism in West Virginia may refer to farm stays, in which guests are invited to vacation in many of the Mountain State’s exceptional farms, though it may also include purchasing produce, navigating a corn maze, picking fruit, feeding animals, or staying at a bed and breakfast (B&B) on a farm. West Virginia is part of one of the most verdant regions in the eastern U.S., and enjoys a healthy growing climate conducive to outdoor recreation throughout the year.
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