Fayetteville “coolest small town”
Park your car! All these shops are within easy walking distance of each other. Ask anyone on the street for directions!
Located at the south end of town next to the Stars and Stripes Barbershop is a charming, immaculate gift shop filled with a wide variety of collectibles, candles, crafts, chimes, flags and antiques. 574-3678
Everyone enjoys a good junk shop with lots of shabby chic items to root through. Just up the street from Wisteria’s. Sorry, no number!
Over 50 years in business, BF is a local tradition. We love this place because they have everything and our kids are always happy roaming the aisles. Better craft department than Super Wal-Mart! Right off Court Square. 574-0700
Studio B Gallery and Gifts
A much better gallery than you’d expect to find in such a small town. Along with ceramics, jewelry, photography, paintings and prints by West Virginia artists, you’ll find an excellent selection of wines. Pottery and painting classes offered. On Court Square. 574-9100
Water Stone Outdoors
This outstanding outdoor shop has a full line of quality outdoor gear. Catering to climbers in particular and outdoor enthusiasts in general, you’ll find everything you need for camping, backpacking, rafting, and messing around outside. Terrific sportswear will appeal to the urban insider as well. The well-trained staff can help you get oriented and give you lots of ideas for things to do. Just about always open! On Court Square. 574-2425
New River Bike and Touring
The area’s most complete bike shop. Whether you need a new bike or just a tube, this cool shop can help. Get the scoop on the local riding from their knowledgeable, enthusiastic staff. Excellent rental bikes complete with front shocks are available at a reasonable price. Inquire about tours and shuttles 574-BIKE
The Bike Farm
This is the new shop just out of town on Gatewood Rd. and a welcome addition to the outdoor scene. They serve brats and beer on the back porch too. https://arrowheadbikefarm.com/
North of the Bridge
Canyon Rim Gifts
Located across the street from the National Park Service’s Canyon Rim Visitor Center, this is the areas largest knick-knack gift/fudge shop (shoppe?) You know what we are talking about, where you go for that great cheesy stuff kids love. 574-3818
Gauley River Pottery
Located a mile off Rt. 19 on Mt. Lookout Road, this cool business, started by a pair of kayakers from the whitewater industry, is fun to visit. Mary and John and their three kids have created a dream come true. And their pottery is beautiful. Tour the studio and watch them work. 872-2841, 872-0244
South of the Bridge
This must-see attraction is south of the bridge, in Beckley. They claim to have the Best of West Virginia and we agree. A large, unique building houses an amazing selection of handcrafted furniture, jewelry, pottery, toys, instruments, and much more. You can’t miss it for all the signs. 256-6843
CRW: Collectibles, Reproductions Within
This shop carries antiques, fiesta ware, glassware, and collectibles. Located in Summersville. 872-7387
You’ll find an interesting assortment of stuff, some of which is overpriced. Located on the main drag in Ansted. Park in front and honk to get the owner to let you in! Sorry, no number!
Fayetteville’s shabby chic destination. Lots of stuff to root through. Sorry, no number