Davis is the highest incorporated town in West Virginia at an elevation of 3,200 ft. Davis is not a large town, but don't let the miniscule population of 624 fool you, it has some great restaurants and it's location makes it a great base to see some of West Virginia's best sights. Blackwater Falls is in Davis's backyard and other sights like Seneca Rocks, Seneca Caverns, Smoke Hole Caverns, and Spruce Knob are within a 1.5 hr drive.
Davis, being in the mountains, is also a great base for skiing. Canaan Valley Resort State Park and Timberline Four Seasons Resort are both nearby containing a combined 76 slopes for all levels of skiers, and White Grass Touring and Blackwater Falls State Park both offer cross country skiing.
Davis is located at the intersection of WV 32 and WV 93. Additionally, in the future, Davis will be located just off the proposed Corridor H.
- Collect fossils. Abundant plant fossils can be found at a local road cut.
- 1 Hellbender Burritos, William Avenue, ☏ . Hellbender Burritos is a great place to grab a good burrito for dinner or a few drinks after a long day on the trails. The food is good, the portions are large, and the selection of beer is unique since they sell local selections from Mountain State Brewing on tap. Service is great too.
- 2 Sirianni's Cafe, William Avenue, ☏ . Sirianni's Cafe provides Italian cuisine (apps, pizza, pasta, salad, and hoagies) alongside a pretty good selections of beers and wine by the glass or bottle (bottles ranging from $16 to $23). The pizza is highly recommended by previous patrons from all over. This is another great location for anyone visiting the northern section of the MNF.
- 3 Muttley's Downtown, 438 William Ave. Davis, WV, ☏ . Muttley's Downtown is a steakhouse with salads, sandwiches, and house specialties like curried mango chicken, vegetable lasagna, duckling half, and portabella pasta.