I visited the Fairfax Stone by accident. In West Virginia for a wedding, companion Katie and I decided to visit Maryland just to say we've been there. Well...On the way to Maryland on Hwy. 209, we came across a sign, Fairfax Stone 2 miles. We...更多
Fairfax Stone is perhaps the smallest state park in West Virginia. It's a little off the beaten path but has significant and Interesting history in the setting of boundaries between Virginia, Maryland, and eventually West Virginia Go see.
Stopped at Fairfax Stone Historical Monument on a whim. It's an interesting bit of history if you have time. A little time consuming to get to and "off the beaten path". I wouldn't suggest ladies traveling alone risk the secluded area. I tiny dribble of...更多
Everywhere I went in West Virginia was unexpected beauty
This Museum was closed however we could all around the grounds and look,at the supreme beauty of of everything I the area. We did come back whe it was open and it was worth the double...更多