Welcome to the Tri-State! We hope you have a great visit.
Dear Visitor: Welcome to the Tri-State! On behalf of the Tri-State Chamber Coalition — represented by the Ashland, Ky., Alliance, the Huntington, W.Va., Regional Chamber of Commerce and the Greater Lawrence County, Ohio, Chamber of Commerce — we would like to welcome you to our region.
We are so glad to have you visiting us in Cabell County and the Greater Huntington area of West Virginia. And we certainly hope you have a great visit. There is so much to see and do here. We also want you to know that the Convention and Visitors Bureau staff is here to connect you in any way that we can. We’ll be glad to help you plan all or any part of your visit.
Look for the spot on the map where West Virginia, Ohio and Kentucky come together, and you have found the Tri-State — a community of cities and counties on both sides of the Ohio River that share a rich heritage and wonderful quality of life.
About an hour's drive east of Huntington on Interstate 64, West Virginia's capital city is steeped in history, the arts and entertainment, making it well worth a day trip — or more.
Stomach rumbling? You’re in luck. Here’s a taste of the Tri-State’s many eateries.
Hardly any person in America can hear the name "Hatfield" without thinking "McCoy." This most infamous feud in American folklore happened right in the Tri-State's back yard.
What do one dozen, nationally and internationally known, legendary country music stars have in common?
West Virginia’s tourism industry is more than whitewater rafting and snow skiing. For a growing number of people, the Mountain State is a good place to come and ride ATVs on the Hatfield-McCoy Trail.
Here are dozens of great places to visit and enjoy. For up-to-date listings on performances and events, check out Weekend, available every Thursday in the Herald-Dispatch.