Woods & Water Fest showcases outdoor fun


The first annual Woods and Water Festival began in Logan County September 2. The festival will take full advantage of the outdoor playground that surrounds the city of Logan by sending festival goers onto the Guyandotte River and over the rugged mountains of southern West Virginia on the Hatfield and McCoy Trail.


Owen Wells|TLB

The first annual Woods and Water Festival began in Logan County September 2. The festival will take full advantage of the outdoor playground that surrounds the city of Logan by sending festival goers onto the Guyandotte River and over the rugged mountains of southern West Virginia on the Hatfield and McCoy Trail.

The first annual Woods and Water Festival began in Logan County September 2. The festival will take full advantage of the outdoor playground that surrounds the city of Logan by sending festival goers onto the Guyandotte River and over the rugged mountains of southern West Virginia on the Hatfield and McCoy Trail.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_IMG_0293-CMYK.jpgThe first annual Woods and Water Festival began in Logan County September 2. The festival will take full advantage of the outdoor playground that surrounds the city of Logan by sending festival goers onto the Guyandotte River and over the rugged mountains of southern West Virginia on the Hatfield and McCoy Trail. Owen Wells|TLB
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