5 Great Father’s Day Ideas to Try in Mountaineer Country
Give Dad a Day to Remember!
Father’s Day is just around the corner and if you’re like many, you are a last-minute shopper. It can be difficult to determine what your dad would want as a gift, so why not make memories with him instead? With these top ideas, you and your dad will have something to talk about for a lifetime.
Grab a Bite
Mountaineer Country restaurants are offering Dad-approved deals you can work into your weekend plans. Check out Rosemary’s Thyme’s Father’s Day Seafood Boil on Sunday, June 21 starting at Noon for a delicious afternoon meal with your father. For reservations, call 304-906-9948.
Check out our Outdoor Dining Guide for a variety of restaurants offering al fresco seating options in Mountaineer Country. Between craft beer overlooking the river and the perfect Hawaiian escape, you’ll find the perfect meal for dad.
Grab a Drink
Take Dad to Tin 202 for amazing tapas and drinks that are perfect for your Father’s Day celebration. Try one of the classic or house cocktails, or ask them to make a cocktail crafted just for you and your dad.
Head to Mario’s Fishbowl for a frosty fishbowl, and order some mouth-watering chicken wings while you’re there! Try the craft beer and paninis at Apothecary Ale House and Cafe. For a delicious steak dinner with your choice of signature bourbon, visit Bourbon Prime with Dad.
Support local breweries like High Ground Brewing, Screech Owl Brewing, and Morgantown Brewing Company, Mountain State Brewing Company and Chestnut Brew Works. Each is owned and operated in Mountaineer Country serving up their own unique craft beer selection, along with your favorites.
Sit Back and Relax
Who says men can’t have a spa day? Give your dad the gift of a massage, pedicure, haircut, or facial at Tuscan Sun Spa and Salon. Tuscan is offering a Father’s Day deal: if you purchase a $100 gift card, you’ll get a free men’s haircut.
Adventure in Mountaineer Country
Looking for adventure? Soar through the trees and overcome obstacles at WVU Zipline Canopy Tour with your dad. If you’re not ready to leave just yet, rent a yurt (bunkhouse) and spend time with the family in the West Virginia hills.
Introduce Dad to the exciting activity of axe throwing, or try out the new Smash Room at Mountain Man Axe Throwing! Call and schedule ahead of time to ensure you get the chance to throw! Pro tip: This activity is for families or groups with individuals ages 16+. Those ages 16 and 17 must have an adult with them and sign a waiver to participate. Wear close-toed shoes!
Hit the course with Dad for some Father’s Day golf memories. Mountaineer Country offers a variety of golf courses in the area where you can swing into the fairway.
Hit the Water
Rise to the challenge with white water rafting in Mountaineer Country. With multiple river access points stretching across Preston and Taylor County, and varying levels of difficulty and distance, you’ll find the trip that best fits you.
For a less adrenaline-pumping activity, rent kayaks, canoes, or a boat on Cheat Lake for a fun family day in the sun. Another option is to try the many hiking and biking trails around Mountaineer Country that are great for quality time together.
Enjoy a lake day at the Bruceton Mills Lake with PADLZ Canoe & Kayak Rentals. Take in the mountain scenery and relax, paddle and swim for the day. Family groups and pets are welcome.
Looking for the perfect place to stay for the holiday weekend? Check out Mountaineer Country’s guide to find your perfect overnight accommodations. Use our booking tool below to find the best rates on hotel rooms for Father’s Day weekend! We offer a variety of Mountaineer Deals for hotel options in Mountaineer Country.
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