Gay Huntington, WV: On the banks of the scenic Ohio

Huntington, is an Appalachian town of 50,000 people in the western-most part of West Virginia. Located on the banks of the Ohio River, Huntington is an old town with strong roots in Appalachian culture. Visitors can experience a taste of local traditions in the Old Central City, home to Amish markets, antique stores and Heritage Farms.

Ritter Park is a 70-acre open space full of walking trail and charming brides crossing Four Pole Creek. It also contains a lovely rose garden with over 1,000 plants. Huntington might seem like a quaint little town, but it is also home to three longstanding gay clubs that are popular not just with locals but with people from the tri-state area.