Petersburg in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Wineries & Vineyards. Discover best things to do in Petersburg with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Petersburg
4.5 based on 9 reviews
We passed the winery on our way to Lost River and stopped in on the way back. What a pleasant surprise. Living near the Finger Lakes in New York we love to try new wines. Their Raspberry Wine was the first berry wine I've had that I bought! The raspberry flavor really stood out and it was not overly sweet like many fruit wines can be. We also liked their dry red and "Spice" wine. Pricing is simple...$9.00 per bottle with breaks for multiple bottles. We were also pleasantly surprised to see the grapes are grown nearby. We would stop here again!
5 based on 17 reviews
Got rained out of a day of fishing and stopped in at this great personal collection of mostly WWII memorabilia. The collector is a wealth of information about the individual pieces on display. He accompanied us on the entire visit and answered hundreds of questions, from the five of us! The collection ranges from unit patches to deuce and a half trucks. Well worth the $5 admission.
5 based on 4 reviews
A beautiful lake area good for hiking and fishing.
beautiful lake. we saw a bald eagle while there. best fishing towards the head of the dam. the road up the mountain is challenging with ruts and holes. It would be best navigated with a truck or SUV.
4.5 based on 213 reviews
Located in the Monongahela National Forest, this 10,215-acre area is one of the few wilderness areas on the East Coast.
It was a bumpy ride getting to Dolly Sods, down a slightly narrow, gravel road. There were ample trails all over the place, but I didn't do any hiking. I did take advantage of the scenic overlooks though. The middle overlook is gorgeous. It's just off of the parking area, down a short, rocky path. However, the view is more than worth it. It was stunning, overlooking the valley below. The fall foliage displayed an array of colors and the large rocks along the overlook gave a nice place to sit and enjoy the serenity of the scene. The furthest overlook (Bear Rocks Overlook) was not the prettiest at this time of year, but it was still obvious that in other seasons, it would be stunning.
3 based on 13 reviews
Very nice company. We originally wanted kayaks but ended up with canoes due to the water level. They took us to the drop off point and then picked us up at the rendevous on time. Detailed maps explaining trouble areas to avoid. Great trip!
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