3 Late-Night Adventures to Try This Spring in West Virginia

As the chill of winter fades away, the spring awakening in West Virginia begins. The days get longer, and the nightlife is spirited. This season, capture the magic under the stars with these must-try activities in Almost Heaven. 

Grab Some Popcorn At The Drive-In

Moonlight cinema is perfect for a fun-filled adventure with friends and family on a brisk spring evening. The experience is timeless, but the nostalgia is palpable. Choose from options in Mountaineer Country to the New River Greenbrier Valley for an entertainment escapade unlike any other. 

Celebrating over 50 years of movies on the hillside, Pipestem Drive-In Theatre is open during the spring and summer. Tune into the show via your car radio, or stretch out on the greenery and indulge in the outdoor speaker system. Meadowbrook, West Virginia, houses the Sunset Drive-In Theater and Ellis Restaurant, the oldest operating drive-in in the Mountain State. Bringing joy to visitors since 1947, the Sunset Drive-In boasts a double feature beginning at dusk.  Get there early and stop by the connecting restaurant for delicious treats to snack on during the film.

Hit The Jackpot At A Casino

Check out one of West Virginia’s luxurious casinos and let the good times roll among the star-studded skies. For action-packed entertainment, visit the Mountaineer Casino, Racetrack and Resort in New Cumberland, West Virginia. You can book a suite for the weekend and hit the casino for some high-limit slots, poker, thoroughbred racing and much more. Double down on the excitement at the Mardi Gras Casino and Resort. With over 20 table games, 900 slot machines and a futuristic sportsbook, round-the-clock fun is guaranteed.

Embrace the high-roller lifestyle at the Greenbrier Casino Club, combining elegance with the thrill of the game. This private casino is reserved for resort guests only. Jackets are required after 7 p.m., and tables are open until 3 a.m. for the chance to win big into the wee hours of the night. 

Take A Trip To Go Stargazing

There is nothing quite like the marvels of a gorgeous night sky. This spring, take a break from the hustle and bustle of everyday life to discover stargazing spots in West Virginia that will leave you speechless.

Calhoun County Park is a renowned location for an adventure at dusk. Astronomers and photographers favor this spot for the twinkling nightfall complemented by hundreds of forested acres. The cozy community of Green Bank is nestled in a National Radio Quiet Zone, where the interruptions are few and the stargazing is plentiful. During your travels, swing by the Green Bank Observatory to view the largest fully steerable telescope.

Reach beyond the stars above and visit Spruce Knob, West Virginia’s highest peak, for the ideal spot to witness meteor showers and comet sightings atop the summit observation tower. Check out the Mountain Center Observatory for stellar views of planets, stars and galaxies.

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