This is where the famed spy is buired. The spy was said to have loved the city of Richwood and was spotted there frequently before she began spying. She is now laid to rest on Cold Knob just south of downtown Richwood.
One Bridge Avenue, on rte 39, Richwood, West Virginia, 26261, United States
The lodge is home to a bar and a small eating area. It's only open on Friday's and Saturday's and provides a nice enviroment to drink and talk and have a little fun.
Dress Code: Casual dress is appropriate for here.
Richwood has many small streets and alot needing repair. A car is the best travel esp. when needing to get around. MTA public busing comes to town twice a day till Friday and only goes as far as Summersville Super Wal-Mart.
Shopping is very, very limited in Richwood. Only offering a Dollar General and a Foodland as main stores Richwood has no place to buy clothing or much of anything. Summersville is a close 25 miles away offering Goody's, Peeble's, Super Wal-Mart, Cato, and Sam Goody, for example. Summersville also has lots of places to eat and stay. It's close proximity offers a good chance to stay in peace and the closeness of a major shopping store.
What to buy: In Richwood u can buy few limited clothing items at Dollar General and at Foodland groceries of course. There are also other small shops and such around town and in the Cherry River Plaza where Foodland is located.
What to pay: In Richwood maybe depending on what you buy $25. In Summersville maybe around $75
A huge event bringing in the best of the best from around the country and some parts of the world. The event features a swimming leg, a biking leg, and a running leg of the entire triathalon. Runs from Summit Lake to the Cranberry Mountain Visitor Center. A long and hard trip.
Equipment: Bikes, swimming shorts or bathing suits, good shoes, helmet. Any other items needed can be purchased at the Four Seasons Outfitters on Rte. 55 in Middletown just beside the U-Save gas station.