One of the best ways to experience why West Virginia is known as “Wild and Wonderful” is to take a trip by rail to see its mountains, foliage, waterfalls, and wildlife firsthand. The state’s scenic […]
Recreation News readers have been sharing their pre-holiday adventures with us on Instagram using #LivePlayDo. Here are some of our favorite photos this week: Dare to explore. Make your life an epic adventure and live […]
This contest has ended. See our latest contest here. This month, Recreation News is giving away a a two-night stay at the Stone Bridge Inn & Restaurant, and lift passes to Elk Mountain Ski Resort. […]
If you’re looking for an interesting getaway within a day’s driving distance from Washington, D.C., consider Randolph and Pendleton counties in eastern West Virginia. Dramatic mountain scenery, railroad excursions, Branson-style theaters, traditional music, Civil War […]
A free guide to the greatest fly-fishing spots in Southwest Virginia is available for the asking. Your Guide to Great Fly Fishing in Southwest Virginia’s Blue Ridge Highlands provides detailed maps and descriptions of the […]
Federal News Radio’s Nicole Ogrysko speaks with Recreation News Editor Marvin Bond about interesting things to do in and near the nation’s capital. Week of Jan. 24, 2016: Chambersburg, Pennsylvania celebrates winter with a festival […]
Anyone who has ever traveled north on I-83 through Pennsylvania has probably driven right by Wilkes-Barre without a second thought. The exit is just before the conglomeration of highways that come together in Scranton. The city […]
Federal News Radio’s Nicole Ogrysko speaks with Recreation News Editor Marvin Bond about interesting things to do in and near the nation’s capital. This week: Explore Mecklenburg County, Virginia as it celebrates its 250th anniversary.