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The Weather in Hico
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your vacation. In the next 6 months, July will have higher average temperatures. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 23° in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Explore Appalachian country from your Hico vacation home
Hico, West Virginia is known for its rugged mountain landscape, activities for kids, and small town food scene. Vacation homes might feature cabin-style architecture, wood burning fireplaces, and incredible views of the surrounding woods.
WV Homegrown Farms is the perfect place to sample fresh local produce. Quail and chicken eggs, wild game, whole comb honey, and prepared food items make for edible souvenirs, and the farm itself is an enjoyable day trip. Weekends feature additional vendors.
After dark, Dorsey's Hog Tails restaurant transforms into a local hotspot. Enjoy classic American pub fare, served alongside an extensive beer menu, much of which is locally sourced. Stick around after your meal to watch a live band play, relax on the outdoor patio, or have a game of pool.
Family adventure on horseback
A visit to Horseshoe Creek Riding Stable makes for a great family outing. Horseback riding lessons, local excursions, and lengthy trail rides are available. Children over six years old may ride their own horse, and the three-hour long family adventure is good for younger kids.
For more outdoor fun, head to Castaway Paylake. This man-made pond is the perfect place for children of all ages to learn basic fishing skills, and even reel in their first catch. Regular tournaments, campfire nights, and family-oriented picnics make this destination ideal for a day trip.
New River Gorge is the area's most visited attraction, offering seasonal opportunities to rock climb, mountain bike, hike, whitewater raft, picnic, and observe wildlife. The New River Gorge Bridge, the longest steel span in the United States, makes a perfect year-round photography subject.
A trip to Sandstone Falls by the gorge provides a lovely riverside scenic drive, easy hiking around the falls, and a stunning view of whitewater rapids descending through the gorge. The nearby visitor center provides well-kept facilities, ranger-led activities, and information on the area.
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