Welcome to LodgingGuide's hospitality industry listings for the Parkersburg, West Virginia area.
Parkersburg, West Virginia is the cultural center of the Mid-Ohio Valley and is West Virginia’s third largest city, offering a good selection of bed and breakfast inns in historic mansions, as well as hotels and other lodging options in all of the major chains.
The cultural and geographic contrast between Belpre, Ohio and Parkersburg, West Virginia, on opposite sides of the short bridge over where the Ohio and Little Kanawha Rivers meet, is particularly apparent in the unmistakable, unique accents of the residents, their friendly and relaxed spirit, and the hilly roads which separate a lively riverfront nightlife from a quieter historic town center.
You can begin researching lodging properties and on-site restaurants in the Parkersburg area by selecting one of the options shown below.
Lodging options located just east of the Majestic Ohio River in the greater Parkersburg area. This area is rich in history and offers plenty of outdoor recreation at North Bend State Park. Parkersburg is served by Parkersburg/Wood County Airport (PKB).
Lodging located in the city of Fairmont nestled in the rolling hills of North Central West Virginia along side the Monongahela, Tygart and West Fork Rivers. While here, why not enjoy a visit to Valley Fall State Park for some hiking, biking, fishing or picnicking. If you're more daring, arrangement can also be made for some whitewater rafting. Other notable places to visit include Pricketts Fort State Park originally built in 1774 and reconstructed in 1976.
Lodging in southeastern Ohio in the city of Marietta and surrounding cities including St. Clairsville, Athens, and others. Marietta is located at the juncture of the Ohio and Muskingum Rivers. The city offers heritage homes, historical parks, monuments, cemeteries and many shops in the charming old-fashioned downtown shopping district.
Lodging options east of Parkersburg tucked away in the hills of north central West Virginia in the city of Clarksburg. Clarksburg is easily accessible due to its location at the intersection of two heavily traveled highways, Interstate 79 and U.S. Route 50. This area also includes the cities of Bridgeport, Elkins, Weston and others.
Lodging located northeast of Parkersburg along the banks of the great Ohio River in the city of Wheeling and the surrounding cities of New Martinsville and Weirton. While visiting Wheeling, enjoy a walk through Victorian Old Town and visit breathtaking homes from the stylish Victorian Era, take a walk across the 150-year-old Wheeling Suspension Bridge and gaze at the beautiful waters of the Ohio River, or visit West Virginia Independence Hall for a look back in history.
Area Facts: Originally named Newport in the 1700s, Parkersburg was renamed in honor of Revolutionary War veteran Alexander Parker in the early 1800s. The area code for Parkersburg is 304.
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