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Summersville Travel Guide  

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Summersville is located in the heart of the state of West Virginia in the USA. This town with a population of approximately 3,200 inhabitants is the chief administrative head of Nicholas County.
Summersville was incorporated in 1828 and named after the judge who had introduced the bill to create Nicholas County. The town’s location at the crossroads of frequently traversed routes played an important role in its development.
Summers here are pleasant with the maximum average temperature at 27°C; during winters, the temperatures often drop to as low as –7°C. July and August sees the maximum rainfall, much higher than the national average.
Summersville Lake, spread over 2,800 acres, is the largest lake in the state and attracts a lot of visitors for recreational as well as adventurous excursions. Steep mountains and rocky cliffs also make up a large part of the terrain.

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Reviews Summersville

Robert Bale
Level 100     6 Trophy   
Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : Summersville Lake is the largest lakes in West Virginia with sixty miles of shoreline and more than two thousand eight hundred acres of water. The lake also encompasses a dam and the Gauley River which provides a range of recreational... more activities for tourists such as white water rafting, fishing, swimming, scuba diving and more. The nearby areas are ideal for hiking, rock climbing and mountain biking. The Carnifex Ferry Battlefield State Park is a renovated battle site of the civil war fought in 1861 and provides insights into the events of the battle and its historical influence on the city. The surrounding area of the park is ideal for picnicking and hiking. The city is ideal for all kinds of outdoor adventurous pursuits and would be loved by adventure seeking tourists. For those interested in reading the Summersville Public library which has recently been expanded includes a wide variety of books from all areas of interest.       
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