Plan for Vacation in the Middle of EverywhereJanuary 24, 2019
Did you know that in 2017, 705 million vacation days went unused? Don’t let your vacation time go to waste! January 29 is National Plan for Vacation Day, and Marion County is inviting you to plan your getaway to the middle of everywhere!
Whether you’re interested in a relaxing staycation, a romantic retreat or a getaway packed with family fun, we can help you plan the perfect trip. Plus, Marion County is close to many wonderful West Virginia attractions, so plan to stay here during your statewide excursions!
If you’re a local who still has some exploring to do, why not take a day off and plan a long weekend packed with fun! Treat your taste buds to some new cuisine, indulge in some self-care at a local spa or salon, discover hidden history at the Marion County Historical Society or explore the outdoors at Valley Falls State Park or one of our many rail trails. Make it a real vacation and book an overnight stay at a local hotel to enjoy all the amenities they have to offer!
Relax and unwind on a retreat for just the two of you. Cozy up in a quaint bed & breakfast, melt stress away during a couples massage at Tuscan Sun Spa and Salon or a float therapy session at Spa Oasis, enjoy locally made craft beer and wine and delight in authentic Italian restaurants serving up traditional family recipes.
Marion County is the perfect place for families! Compete for a hole-in-one at Coal Country Mini Golf then demolish ginormous ice cream sundaes and other diner food at The Poky Dot. In summer, visit the splash pad at Palatine Park or the wave pool at East Marion Veterans Memorial Park. For an educational experience, the kids will never forget, visit Pricketts Fort State Park for an immersive look at the pioneer age.
For even more fun in the middle of everywhere, check out our pre-planned itineraries. Or, plan your own itinerary with our custom itinerary builder and share it with everyone else on your trip! Happy vacationing – we’ll see you in the middle of everywhere!
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