Clay County in Wild Wonderful West Virginia.

Nestled amongst the Appalachian foothills. Peace, Quiet, and seclusion with all the modern conveniences. Satellite TV, High Speed (DSL) Internet, and located just 45 minutes from Charleston, the capital of West Virginia.

The Mighty Elk River threads its way through the county, with numerous public access points and some of the finest fishing in West Virginia.

Real estate in Clay County, West Virginia is very reasonably priced, and taxes are low. There are many beautiful West Virginia Homes. The schools are some of the best in the state. (see schools) West Virginia land and farms are abundant in the area. Some can be had for very little money. Many with 100 or more acres.

Nature is alive in the foothills of Clay County. Populated with Black Bear, White Tail Deer, Wild Turkey and a whole host of other animals. It also boasts some of the most diverse forest in the country. Where Ginseng, morel mushrooms, Dogwood, and Rose of Sharon grow wild.

Recreation in the area includes White Water Rafting, Dirt Track Racing, ATV Parks, Mud Bog Racing, Apple Blossom And Harvest Festivals, Fishing, Hiking, Camping, Hunting, Excursion Trains, just to name a few. (see points of interest)


  • Greater Metropolitan Association of Realtors
  • National Association of Realtors