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RV PARKING AT MYLAN PARK
Just 7 miles from the Mountaineer Field at Milan Puskar Stadium, Mylan Park provides overnight paved parking and electric hookup for RVs.
2023 WVU FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
Driving to the game, exit the interstate and follow signs to “Football Stadium.”
- From I-79 Northbound, take Exit 155 Star City.
- From I-79 Southbound, take Exit 155 Star City.
- From I-68 Westbound, take Exit 7 Pierpont Road.
Flying to Morgantown
- Morgantown Municipal Airport offers daily flights to/from Washington Dulles Airport (IAD). https://iflysouthern.com/ or 1-800-329-0485.
- The North Central West Virginia Airport (CKB) is 33 miles from Morgantown and is served by United Express airlines which offers daily flights through their Chicago O’Hare and Washington Dulles hubs.
- Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) in Pennsylvania via Southern Airways Express.
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#1. Local Favorite: The Instagrammable Coopers Rock Overlook
If you want a 360-degree view of our state’s natural beauty, put Coopers Rock State Forest on your list. Must-have photo: the scenic overlook; a 1,200 ft drop to the mile-wide gorge below.
#2. Indoor Climbing Wall at The Bridge Complex
The Bridge Sports Complex houses an Impressive–and colorful–Indoor climbing area featuring 31 unique walls. The clip ‘n climb challenges are housed inside the 155,000 s.f. indoor recreation facility, which includes six basketball/volleyball courts, two pools (competition and warm-up), a fitness center with group training rooms, an elevated running track, and a café.
#3. Hiking Valley Falls State Park
Today, Valley Falls State Park is open to the public, offering scenic views across 1,145-acres. Four cascading waterfalls follow the natural bend of the Tygart River. Visitors can ogle each set of falls from the riverbank or cautiously climb atop one of the shoreline boulders and rock faces.
#4. Arthurdale, “Eleanor’s Little Village”
Established in 1933 through President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal legislation, Arthurdale is the nation’s first New Deal Homestead Community. First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt took a personal interest in the settlement and visited a number of times; it quickly became known as Eleanor’s Little Village. Today, Arthurdale is a National Historic District featuring 160 of the 165 original homesteads, the New Deal Homestead Museum, and The Craft Shop, specializing in Appalachian crafts.
#5. University City Night Life
We know it’s a trek for Big 12 visitors, so we’ve put together a list of can’t miss, local hangouts that have lasted more than 40 years in Mountaineer Country. Each one is worth the visit for an authentic taste of game day in Morgantown!
- Mario’s Fishbowl, a WVU alumni favorite has 60 years of “reflections” written on receipts, napkins, and business cards that layer the walls; stop by and add yours.
- Colasante’s Ristorante and Pub is a landmark for locals; the family has shared their love for Italian food and family recipes since 1969.
- Boston Beanery, a Mountaineer game day tradition with all the charm of a Boston pub.
- Gene’s Beer Garden, the oldest running bar in Morgantown, opened in 1944.
- Wings Ole, where “fries and bleu” and crispy wings have been an obsession for WVU students since 1977.
- Black Bear Burritos; any local will tell you this is where the best “guac and margaritas” can be found, and the owners are WVU alum.
- Crockett’s Lodge is the go-to for football season where “table surfing” started in Morgantown!