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Welcome to the West Virginia Vegetarian Guide

The Vegetarian Travel Guide includes vegetarian and vegan vacations, natural lifestyle and vegetarian festivals and expos, local vegan and vegetarian meetup groups, vegetarian spiritual centers, yoga ashrams, an annual Calendar of Events, and lots more. Have fun and enjoy your journey around West Virginia!

Updates & Additions: If a business has closed, please email us with the company name & city. If a listing is incorrect, please send us the current address, phone & website.

Mountain People's Market Co-op (Map & Reviews)
1400 University Ave., Morgantown, WV 26505
Phone: 304-291-6131.
Hours: Monday-Friday 10am-7pm, Saturday 10am-5pm.

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Bhavana Society (Map)
Rt. 1, Box 218-3, Back Creek Road, High View, WV 26808
Phone: 304-856-3241
Cuisine: They follow a vegetarian diet and take only tea, juice or soft drinks after noon (unless a medical reason for eating dinner is presented)
- The Bhavana Society is a community of monastics and lay people living according to the precepts and practices laid down by the Buddha, Siddhattha Gotama, over 2500 years ago. Located in rural West Virginia, the monastery and meditation center provides opportunities for people to come to organized retreats as well as personal retreats and personal visits of varying lengths.
New Vrindaban & Palace of Gold (Map)
RD 1 Box 319, Moundsville, WV 26041
Phone: 304-843-1600 (10am-5pm daily)
Phone: 304-843-1812 (for information on Palace of Gold only)
Cuisine: Vegetarian.
- New Vrindaban is an ISKCON (Hare Krishna) intentional community located near Moundsville, West Virginia. It functions as a spiritual pilgrimage center which attracts people from all over the world, and also as a community striving to enact a model of self-sufficiency based on spiritual ideals and practices. Guided tours of the Palace of Gold are available year round.





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