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List of All Banks in West Virginia

List of All Banks in West Virginia

West Virginia, surrounded by the Appalachian Mountains, is known as The Mountain State. The state's past was dominated by coal mining, poverty and geographic isolation.

Today visitors come here to explore historical sights, get to know the music and handicrafts of the region or to pursue one of the many leisure activities possible here, such as skiing and mountain biking, white water rafting, hiking or fishing. The winding roads are ideal for motorcycling.

West Virginia’s origins are unique in the history of the United States. Until the American Civil War, the country belonged to Virginia. But the northwestern counties of Virginia split from the confederate southern states in 1861 and were incorporated into the Union of the Northern States as a separate state of West Virginia in 1863.

Numerous Civil War Trails (Internet: www.civilwartraveler.com) lead interested visitors to the locations of the American Civil War, where information boards and brochures provide information about historical events.

The city of Harpers Ferry is known for the John Brown raid in 1859, which many believed was the first shots fired from the American Civil War. The location also marks half of the Appalachian Trail, which is one of the longest long-distance hiking trails in the world at 3,500 km and runs across West Virginia.

The Allegheny Mountains, which are not very accessible to tourists, are only a few hours' drive from the metropolises of the east coast and invite you to rafting, mountain biking and climbing tours.

West of the village of Lewisburg is the New River Gorge, a 300 m deep gorge that can only be reached by water. In addition to rafting, the gorge is also suitable for paragliding.

Important facts

Land area: 62,755 sq km.

Population: 1,792,147 (2019 estimate)

Population density: 29 per sq. Km.

Capital: Charleston.

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Attractions in West Virginia

Vacation spots & excursions

The magnificent Monogahela National Forest with the recreation and leisure region Spruce Knob-Seneca Rocks covers a large area in the east of this mountain state. Located in the Appalachian Mountains and Allegheny Mountains, the forested landscape impresses with its austere beauty. The numerous rivers and streams are known for their abundance of fish.

In Petersburg there are two extraordinary stone and rock formations in the middle of a great mountain landscape, which are popular motifs not only for amateur photographers: Smoke Hole Caverns and Seneca Rocks.

In Moorefield Northeast of Petersburg, many beautiful Georgian and Victorian houses with contemporary furniture from France and Italy have been preserved. At the annual Hardy County Heritage Weekend in September, they can be visited as well as the magnificent gardens.

In the far north-east of West Virginia is the old town of Harpers Ferry with its pretty old brick houses and narrow streets. The surroundings are very attractive, here the Potomac and the Shenandoah flow together, and there are no limits to the joys of hiking. Information about the best routes can be obtained from the Appalachian Trail Conference in Harpers Ferry.

Shepherdstown is the oldest city in the state, it was founded around 1719 by German immigrants.

A visit to the oldest spa in the United States, Berkeley Springs, is also interesting. Nearby Cacapon State Park is a nice recreation area. The Canaan Valley State Park offers good winter sports opportunities, and there are also tennis courts, a golf course, a heated swimming pool, an ice rink and marked hiking trails.

You can also go skiing and ice skating at Coopers Rock near Morgantown in the north on the Pennsylvania border. Spruce Knob is the highest elevation in West Virginia at approximately 1600 m. It is located in the aforementioned Spruce Knob-Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area.
Further south, visitors can expect one of the state's largest tourist attractions, the Cass Scenic Railroad. Throughout the summer, two and four and a half hour tours with the steam locomotive are offered, which offer breathtaking views of the imposing mountain landscape. The Watoga State Park is the largest national park in West Virginia. Fully furnished wooden houses can be rented here, advance booking is essential. Excellent leisure facilities and sports facilities are available.

The south of West Virginia is known for its mineral springs, the healing powers of which the Indians believed. The most famous bath is the picturesque White Sulfur Springs. The local resort hotel Greenbrier is one of the most luxurious in the world. Its guests include well-heeled stars, politicians and noble families.

Lewisburg is a pretty little town worth visiting. The magical old houses and the old-fashioned gas lanterns are extremely atmospheric and create a homely atmosphere. The old Presbyterian church (late 18th century) is also worth seeing.

Hinton is a city in the countryside, nearby is Pipestem, one of the most beautiful American state parks with good sports and leisure facilities and excellent accommodation options. The brave can go river rafting on the Bluestone River.

Centers of economic, political and cultural life in West Virginia are Huntington and Charleston. Huntington is the largest city in the state and offers interesting museums ( Huntington Galleries), good leisure facilities and shopping opportunities. The nearby Cabwaylingo State Forest is a popular vacation area. In the Kanawha River Valley lies Charleston, capital of West Virginia since 1870. The State Capitol in the Italian Renaissance style is considered one of the most beautiful buildings in the USA.

In the west of the Ohio River Valley, pasture and orchards dominate the landscape. Wheeling, the former capital, is an interesting industrial city. Don't miss the Mansion House Museum and Oglebay Park, one of the largest city parks in the United States. Here you can go skiing, ice skating, watching theater performances on the open-air stage, visiting museums and the zoo, playing golf, swimming, riding, walking or just lounging.
Other tourist attractions include Mammoth Mound, one of the largest prehistoric Indian burial sites, and Cathedral State Park at Aurora on the West Virginia-Maryland border. A piece of primeval forest has been preserved here on 50 hectares, and the majestic giant trees give an impression of what the mountain regions of West Virginia once looked like.

Advance Financial Savings
Check out stock quotes, descriptions of deposit accounts, interest rates, checking accounts, and loan info, at branches in Follansbee and Wellsburg, West Virginia.
http://www.advancefinancial.com/

Belington Bank
Find a guide to deposit services or learn more about home and auto loans. Provides location details for five branches in West Virginia.
http://www.wvweb.com/www/belington_bank/web.html

Bruceton Bank
Use the financial calculators or browse a guide to personal and business banking in West Virginia. Includes a weekly financial tip and PC banking information.
http://www.brucetonbank.com/

Capital State Bank
Find contact details for this Charleston, West Virginia, bank that offers deposit accounts, personal loans, and mortgages.
http://www.capstate.com/

Citizens Bank of Morgantown
Bank in West Virginia via the Internet or with a Touch-Tone phone. Find a guide to deposit services, credit cards, and loans.
http://www.citizensbankwv.com/

Citizens National Bank
Bank at these three locations, Beverly, Elkins, and Parsons, in West Virginia. Learn about checking and savings accounts, phone banking, and investment options.
http://www.cnbelkins.com/

First Community Bank
Offers telephone and PC banking for individuals and businesses. Has 38 branches in 9 West Virginia counties.
http://www.fcbinc.com/

Hancock County Savings Bank
Four branches in Chester, Weirton, and New Cumberland, West Virginia, offer savings, checking, and loan services as well as traditional and Roth IRAs.
http://www.hcsbank.com/

Pendleton County Bank
Check out a list of services from this Franklin-based bank in West Virginia. Find operating hours and financial links.
http://www.yourbank.com/

WesBanco
Bank with branch locations in West Virginia, Pennsylvania and Ohio. Find out about personal and business products and investment services.
http://www.wesbanco.com/

WV - Blue Ridge Bank
Find a guide to branch locations and operating hours. Includes loan information and descriptions of checking and savings plans.
http://www.blueridgebank.com/

WV - United National Bank
Find a full-service branch or locate an ATM. Describes deposit accounts, loan and credit card services, and trusts.
http://www.unitednationalbank.com/

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