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Charles C. Wise Library

Manuscripts, photographs, books, oral histories and maps to aid those investigating West Virginia and the central Appalachian region. Located on WVU’s Downtown Campus in Wise Library. libraries.wvu.edu/wvcollection
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Cheat Lake

1,800-acre lake provides ideal conditions for crappie, channel and yellow perch, bass, walleye, catfish and panfish. Try the tailwater  fishing pier for walleye and sauger at dark when they begin feeding. Located about 25 minutes from Morgantown. (Take U.S. Rt. 119 from Morgantown to Point Marion, PA, turn right after crossing the  Cheat River and […]
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Cheat Lake Park and Trail

A 4.5-mile trail featuring a 12-footwide, handicapped accessible pavement that follows the Lake Lynn shoreline along an abandoned railroad right-of-way. A nature viewing area is located at the southern tip and a fishing platform near the station is at the northern tip. Children’s playground on Cheat Lake situated next to the 4.5-mile rail-trail. Picnic areas, […]
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Chestnut Brew Works

A Morgantown-based brewery and taproom featuring local craft beer. Chestnut Brew Works believed in being green before being green was cool!  They donate their spent grain to local farms for feed.  They also hand-craft their tap handles out of salvaged wood.  Finally, they recycle the water they use to chill their unfermented beer so it doesn’t […]
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Classic’s 3 Hot Spot & Restaurant

Classics 3 stands in Sabraton as a shrine to memorable times in Mountaineer history. The sandwiches coined by Mountaineers still remain on the menu, and the restaurant and bar are still run by Lou and family as one of the very few family owned establishments in the Morgantown area. Find more information and store updates on […]
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Coca Cola Mural

This mural was created by artist, John D. “Jack” Courtney in 1953 and restored in 2015. The artist was a local Coca-Cola employee at that time, and this piece represents the unique advertising history of the international brand and history of the downtown community.
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Code Bar & Lounge Morgantown

Happening bar & nightclub offers a variety of music plus full menu of drinks in a sprawling space.
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Cook Hayman Pharmacy Museum

Created to preserve the fast-disappearing implements and elements of pharmacy practice that had been in existence since West Virginia became a state in 1863, the Cook-Hayman Pharmacy Museum at the West Virginia University School of Pharmacy houses a unique collection of 18th and 19th century pharmacy memorabilia. Tours available by appointment: https://pharmacy.hsc.wvu.edu/about-the-sop/cook-hayman-pharmacy-museum/schedule-a-tour/  
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Core Arboretum

The WVU Core Arboretum is an outdoor facility for education, research, and recreation. We welcome visitors every day, from dawn to dusk. The WVU Core Arboretum is located on a 91-acre tract of hillside and bottomland near the WVU Coliseum, between Monongahela Boulevard and the Monongahela River. The Arboretum has 3 miles of foot trails, lawns […]
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Crockett’s Lodge

Good times and great food since 1983!
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CTA Highflyers

There’s something fun for everyone ~ from tumbling, to dance, to fitness including birthday party events! Champion Training Academy (CTA) is a place of fruition, friendship, fitness, and fun, expressed through competing and noncompeting gymnastics, cheerleading, dance training, and various physical activities. We have built an outstanding reputation in West Virginia for our dedication to […]
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Deckers Creek Trail

(Photo Courtesy of @hasta16) From Hazel Ruby McQuain Riverfront Park in Morgantown to slightly west of Reedsville, WV in Preston County, the rail-trail follows scenic Deckers Creek upstream with an elevation change of 1,000′ over 19 miles. Landscapes are very scenic and secluded  with hardwoods, hemlock and rhododendron, and rock outcroppings. This trail provides easy […]
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Dent’s Run Covered Bridge

The last covered bridge standing in Monongalia County was erected in 1889 by order of Monongalia County Court; the stone abutments and wood framework construction costs totaled $448! The bridge is 40-feet long, 13-feet wide, and utilizes the King post truss design. Located on US 19, at junction with County Route 43, west of Laurel Point. […]
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Dixon Lake and Mason Lake

Five-acre Dixon Lake and 14.5-acre Mason Lake accommodate fishing for trout, bass, sunfish and bluegill. Mason Lake is stocked with trout  from February until May and is equipped with a boat ramp. Both are wheelchair-accessible fishing trails. The lakes are part of the 766-acre Pedlar Wildlife Management Area, managed by the WV Division of Natural […]
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Don Knotts Statue

The iconic Don Knotts statue was sculpted by well-known Morgantown artist and sculptor, Jamie Lester in 2016. This bronze statue commemorates the life and career of the actor and comedian from Morgantown.
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Dorsey’s Knob Park

The 71-acre park provides a scenic view of the Monongahela River. Sky Rock stands nearly 600 feet above a landscape of deep valets and tall pines. Public playground and picnic areas available as well as the Dorsey’s Knob Lodge. Rt. 119 off of I-68, Morgantown. Bring your frisbee! The park has a new 18 hole disc […]
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Easton Roller Mill

Antique steam engine, roller mills used in grinding wheat and mill stones are all on display at Easton Roller Mill.
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Electric Bin Art by Caroline Murphy

This electric bin vinyl art wrap was done by local artist Caroline Murphy in May of 2021. It is located just outside the Farmer’s Market in downtown Morgantown and displays a variety of colorful fruits and vegetables with the saying “Support Local.” The Community Arts Grant is made possible through a collaborative effect between Your […]
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Electric Bin Art by Eli Pollard

This trash receptacle art wrap was done by local artist Eli Pollard in May of 2021. The Community Arts Grant is made possible through a collaborative effect between Your Community Fundation and Arts Council of Greater Morgantown, with funding from the City of Morgantown, the Monongalia County Commission, and the Douglas H. Tanner Memorial Fund […]
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Electric Bin Art by Patricia Loy-Colebank

This electric bin mural design was done by local artist Patricia Loy-Colebank in May of 2021. The Community Arts Grant is made possible through a collaborative effect between Your Community Foundation and Arts Council of Greater Morgantown, with funding from the City of Morgantown, the Monongalia County Commission, and the Douglas H. Tanner Memorial Fund […]
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Electrical Bin Art by Eli Pollard

This vibrant piece is by Greater Morgantown artist Eli Pollard who created it in partnership with Mainstreet Morgantown. It is a vinyl wrap piece installed on an electrical bin in downtown Morgantown in 2021. Pollard has many other art pieces around the area. Check him out on Instagram, on his website, or at Galactic Panther.
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Electrical Box Art Wrap by Connie Mae Moeller

This electrical bin vinyl wrap mural was a part of Main Street Morgantown’s 2021 efforts in downtown Morgantown. This art was done by local artist Connie Mae Moeller in May of 2021. The Community Arts Grant is made possible through a collaborative effect between Your Community Foundation and Arts Council of Greater Morgantown, with funding […]
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Electrical Box Art Wrap by Maggie McDonald

This electrical box art wrap was done by local artist Maggie McDonald in May 0f 2021. The Community Arts Grant is made possible through a collaborative effect between Your Community Foundation and Arts Council of Greater Morgantown, with funding from the City of Morgantown, the Monongalia County Commission, and the Douglas H. Tanner Memorial Fund […]
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Electrical Box Art Wrap by Taylor Pate

This vinyl mural was done by local artist Taylor Pate as part of Main Street Morgantown’s electrical bin art series. It was installed in May of 2021. The Community Arts Grant is made possible through a collaborative effect between Your Community Foundation (YCF) and Arts Council of Greater Morgantown (ACGM) with funding from the City […]
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