West Virginia Summer Camps

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Outdoor Adventure Camp

Harpers Ferry, WV, 25425

Join our family owned & operated adventure camp in Harpers Ferry WV for incredible outdoor experiences your child will never forget! Activities include rafting, kayaking, tubing, zip-lining and more!

 
 

Wvu Jackson's Mill

Weston, WV, 26452
 
 

Camp Greenbrier For Boys

Alderson, WV, 24910
 


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West Virginia Geography

Shaded relief map of the Cumberland Plateau and Ridge-and-valley Appalachians. The summit of Spruce Knob is often covered in clouds. Geography of West Virginia Located in the Appalachian Mountain range, West Virginia covers an area of 24,229.76 square miles , with 24,077.73 square miles of land and 152.03 square miles of water, making it the 41st-largest state in the United States. West Virginia borders Pennsylvania and Maryland in the northeast, Virginia in the southeast, Ohio in the northwest, and Kentucky in the southwest. Its longest border is with Virginia at 381 miles, followed by Ohio at 243 miles, Maryland 174 miles, Pennsylvania 118 miles and Kentucky at 79 miles. Geology and terrain Geology of West Virginia West Virginia is located entirely within the Appalachian Mountain range, and the state is entirely mountainous, giving reason to the nickname The Mountain State and the motto Montani Semper Liberi About 75% of the state is within the Cumberland Plateau and Allegheny Plateau regions. Though the relief is not high, the plateau region is extremely rugged in most areas. The average elevation of West Virginia is approximately 1,500 feet above sea level, which is the highest of any US state east of the Mississippi River. On the eastern .

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