Celebrate the New Year 2013 in the state West Virginia
Located in the Appalachian region of the Eastern USA, West Virginia is the only state that was formed by secession from a confederate state (Virginia). The state’s nickname “the Mountain State” accurately describes its mountainous and topographically diverse landscape, which has made it a popular destination to tourists not only because of a wide range of outdoor activities (e.g. skiing, mountain biking whitewater rafting, hunting, etc.) but also because of its recreational caving and scientific research. In combination with its unique attractions there’s an abundance of things to do in West Virginia for New Year’s Eve celebrants. With the hustle and bustle of the holiday season whirling all around, West Virginia offers you a perfect way to ring in the New Year 2013!
Cacapon Resort, Stonewall Resort, Twin Falls Resort, Canaan Valley Resort, Tygart Lake, North Bend, Pipestem, Chief Logan, Blackwater Falls, Timberline Resort and Snowshoe are some of the resorts and state parks in West Virginia planning to help you bring in the New Year 2013 in a big way. Planned events include a variety of dinners, skiing and dances and packaged options. Lewisburg is not only known as the “coolest town” in America to some, it is also home to the most unique way to celebrate the New Year with a noon Jan. 1 Shanghai Parade. This 150-year tradition features wacky costumes and floats down downtown Lewisburg.