Snowshoe, West Virginia 2009
High atop Cheat Mountain is a destination worth considering for your 2009 Feast site. If your vision of a wonderful Feast of Tabernacles includes staying in a beautiful condominium in a small mountain village, then Snowshoe is the place for you.
Snowshoe, West Virginia, has 11,000 spectacular acres of mountain wilderness and sits nearly one mile above sea level. Expect comfortable daytime temperatures (60s to 70s) accompanied by cool crisp evenings. Take in the beautiful fall colors during the day. Share one another’s company around a gas fire pit in the evening.
Some of the many attractions include a lake with canoes and paddleboats, bungee jumping, ski lift rides, mountain biking, golf, an indoor water park, hiking and more. We are likely to provide opportunity for one or more scenic railroad tours. Nearby is the National Radio Astronomy Observatory and Green Bank Science Center where tours are available.
Of course, we will have the traditional Feast activities, such as a family dance and/or variety show, seniors’ luncheon, teen activity, Family Day activities and ample time to fellowship with one another throughout the village.
The nearest “full-sized” grocery store is nearly 30 minutes away, so it would be wise to bring food with you to stock your condo. There are several restaurants in the village as well.
The type of housing ranges from motel to four-bedroom condos. The Church has negotiated significant discounts for everyone. You can find information about Snowshoe village at www.snowshoemtn.com.
Services will be held within walking distance of virtually all housing. A free shuttle will be available to pick up anyone in need at their front door and take them to the front door of the Expo Center for services.
Take advantage of the opportunity to see an absolutely gorgeous part of the country, while enjoying the highlight of the year with members of your spiritual family. Because of the elevation, it is not a recommended site for those with breathing difficulties.