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Potomac Highlands

The Potomac Highlands solidifies itself as uniquely West Virginia with its scenic winding roads that come alive in the fall with vibrant colors, turns into a picturesque Christmas card in the winter and reawakens with the scent of farm-fresh produce in the spring and summer.

clear jars filled with various foods on a shelf chickens behind a wire fence and wood post a group of small harvested trees standing upright

From romantic cabins and treehouse rentals, to farm-based educational experiences and outdoor adventure, this region offers a trip into the heart of the Appalachian experience.  Learn the age-old process of harvesting maple syrup at Frostmore Farms or M&S Maple Farm or head off the beaten path on horseback at Autumn Breeze Stables and see the beauty of the region. Get cozy on the farm at the Laurel River Club Bed & Breakfast.

For a complete guide of agritourism offerings in the Eastern Panhandle, download the Meet Me in the Mountain State Potomac Highlands travel guide.

Download our Potomac Highlands Travel Guide

Farm Stays

Farm-to-Table Restaurants

Fish Hatchery

Farm Markets

Horse Riding

Maple Syrup Harvesting

U-Pick Farms

Wineries, Breweries, Distilleries & Hard Cideries

Trade or brand names used in this publication are for educational purposes only. The use of such product names does not imply endorsement by WVU Extension to the exclusion of other products that may be equally suitable.