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Fall into Savings – New Phase Specials Going On Now!

Fall into Savings – New Phase Specials Going On Now!

Wexford’s newest Phase has so much to offer our residents including GARAGES!  Yes, Garages!  But that’s not all, our new phase also has Granite Counters, Stainless Steel Appliance and Maple Cabinets!   Not only are the apartments nice, but the area is also great because it is located so close to Charleston and Huntington, WV.

Wexford Village located in Teays Valley offers the serene atmosphere many people enjoy including walking trails and parks close by such as Beech Fork State Park,  Beech Fork State Park offers 3,144 acres of some of the best recreation experience in the southwestern section of West Virginia. Beech Fork State Park is located 12 miles south of Huntington and Barboursville and is just a short drive from Charleston WV.  Many varieties of migratory water fowl, neotropical songbirds, raptors, whitetail deer, fox, even an occasional passing black bear may be viewed while visiting the park.  Fishing is one of the most common activities that visitors and overnight guests may enjoy. The lake is known for largemouth and hybrid striped bass, crappie, catfish, and sauger, and bluegill.

Trails include:

Length: .5 miles
Walking time: 20 minutes
This short connector trail ties to the Overlook/ Fire Circle area to the Nature Trail. A foot bridge crosses the Long Branch stream at the Nature Trail connection.

Length: 3.5 miles
Walking time: 2 hours
This is a long and strenuous trail that contains steep inclines. The trail provides access points to the remote and more difficult Mary Davis Trail. Trailhead is located behind campsite 85 in Moxley Branch Campground.

Length: 5 miles
Walking time: 2-3 hours
This trail spurs off the Lost Trail at two entrance/exit points. The trail is long and strenuous with several unmanaged trail spurs. This trail begins on the State Park and leads into the Wildlife Management Area. Hikers are encouraged to wear blaze orange during hunting seasons. Firearms, bows, and arrows must be cased while in the State Park area.

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