1. Climb Sky Rock at Dorsey’s Knob for a 360 degree panoramic view of the area
  2. Download the Public Art Passport and take a tour around Greater Morgantown where you’ll see the life-sized, bronze statue of the most famous athlete to ever wear the Gold and Blue, Jerry West, at the WVU Coliseum. You can also walk the Rail-Trail in Star City and stop by the JFK Memorial.
  3. Drop by “Eleanor’s Little Village;” historic Arthurdale is the first of FDR’s “New Deal” towns
  4. Hike or Bike the Mon River and Deckers Creek Rail-Trails – Download Map
  5. See the star show at the WVU Tomchin Planetarium & Observatory
  6. Stroll through the current art exhibit at the Mesaros Galleries at the WVU Creative Arts Center
  7. Enjoy a wine tasting and tour at Forks-of-Cheat Winery
  8. Explore the WVU Core Arboretum
  9. Visit the specialty shops at Seneca Center, a restored glass factory
  10. Reflect from one of six pews inside “Our Lady of the Pines,” the smallest church in 48 states
  11. Remember Pearl Harbor at the USS WV Mast and memorial, Oglebay Plaza, WVU
  12. Walk the West Virginia Botanic Garden, inspirational landscapes and displays of a rich variety of ornamental plants appropriate to the region
  13. Join Allegheny Treenware “spooners” in their wood shop
  14. Discover the story behind the “Whiskey Stone” at the 1775 Forks-of-Cheat Baptist Church Cemetery
  15. Check out the featured artist in Benedum and Davis Galleries
  16. Look for the 50 species of wildflowers at Cathedral State Park
  17. Paddle the Monongahela River – Download Map
  18. Stop by Starport Arcade and Pub in Downtown Morgantown for free board game night or Killer Queen Arcade night
  19. Visit the Suri Alpaca and Wensleydale Sheep at the Crimson Shamrock Ranch in Eglon
  20. Take the kids to Tugboat Depot playground
  21. Browse the valuable, insightful WV Collection at the West Virginia University Library
  22. Schedule WVU facilities and campus tours with the WVU Visitors Resource Center
  23. Hike to the Coopers Rock overlook, a 1,200’ drop to the mile-wide gorge below
  24. Climb to the site of a strategic Civil War battle at Cannon Hill
  25. Visit the historic Dent’s Run Covered Bridge (c 1889) in Morgantown