Admission is $14 for adults and $7 for youth ages 4 to 12. Children 3 and under eat free. Those who bring a canned food donation will receive $1 off per person.
The traditional all-you-can-eat dinner includes turkey, ham and all the fixings, finished off with a delicious dessert.
Buffet organizers say this time of year is all about togetherness, and there’s no better way to celebrate than with a home-cooked meal with your family and friends.
No reservations are needed. Cash, check or credit card payments will be accepted.
WVU Jackson’s Mill is home to West Virginia 4-H camping, a program provided by the WVU Extension Service. Located near Weston, West Virginia, the historical campus hosts a variety of events from conferences to weddings, bringing West Virginia families and youths together in a place they can call home.
CONTACT: Lindsay Wiles, WVU Extension Service, Program Coordinator, 304.293.9490, Lindsay.Wiles@mail.wvu.edu