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Coopers Rock State Forest

12,968-acre forest with campsites, hunting, fishing, hiking, biking, rock climbing, mountain biking and cross-country skiing. Not only a great place for rock climbing… Coopers Rock State Park also has nearly 50 miles of trails that wind through the forest. One of our more popular trails, Henry Clay Iron Furnace Trail takes you on a trip back […]
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Coopers Rock Trails

Coopers Rock State Park has 21 different trails ranging from easy to moderate and steep covering nearly 50 miles of the forest. One of the more popular trails, Henry Clay Iron Furnace Trail, takes you on a trip back in time. As you round the last bend of the trail, you find a huge stone structure […]
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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 with […]
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Craig Civic Center

Our facility has a complete gym/arena area offering 11,000+ sq. ft of open floor space. Two indoor basketball courts, bleachers, dressing/shower facilities, kitchen rental unit, sound system, lobby with full concession stand, large parking. Individuals and companies have used our facility for basketball leagues & tournaments, indoor soccer & volleyball, roller skating parties, concerts, revivals, […]
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Cranesville Swamp

At Cranesville Swamp, the elements of wind, water, mountains, and temperature have created a landscape that is both beautiful and rare.  The hills surrounding Cranesville Swamp channel precipitation and chilled air into the valley, which makes the preserve one of the coolest and soggiest spots in West Virginia.  This is an astonishing arboreal bog harboring […]
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Crimson Shamrock Ranch

A working fiber farm with alpaca and sheep, grown for fiber development and perfect husbandry for alpaca breeding stock. Eglon Rd., Route 1, # 3352, Eglon
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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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Defense in Depth

With our 20,000 sq. ft. Morgantown facility we provide you the latest in shooting technology, training simulators and ranges, expert training courses, and of course, an outstanding selection of firearms. You can even “try before you buy.” Even if you’ve never fired a shot, there’s no need to feel intimidated. Our unique approach to personal […]
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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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Dream Mountain Ranch

With over 1000 acres to explore, you will be immersed in the hills of West Virginia. Fifteen hunting stands and still hunts are scattered across the property to ensure maximum comfort on your hunt. Our Ranch Manager knows the mountain like the back of his hand and will provide you with tips on where to find […]
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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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Eleanor’s Little Village

Revisit the 1930s of Eleanor”s Little Village, Arthurdale ~ The Nation’s first New Deal Homestead community championed by First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt. A 5 building Museum is now open year round and there is also a Appalachian craft store and a Co-Op store on the grounds. From May to October the Craft Shop is open […]
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Fairfax Stone

One of the most significant historical landmarks in West Virginia.  Located near Blackwater Falls State Park, the stone marked the western boundary of land granted to Lord Fairfax by the King of England in the 1700’s.  Almost two centuries later, the stone was used as the determining factor in the state boundary between West Virginia […]
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Fat Daddy’s Bar & Grill

Morgantown’s Premier Sports Bar & Club Where having fun is a requirement. Home of the Liquor Pitcher!
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Forks of Cheat Baptist Church Cemetery

The first church established west of the mountains in Virginia, November 1775. During prohibition, one headstone, the “Whiskey Stone,” was used to exchange dollars for liquor. Off Old Stewartstown Rd. Before Forks of the Cheat Rd. Est.1832. Interments: 250. One Civil War soldier
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Forks of Cheat Winery

Family-owned vineyard and winery. Open for tours and tastings Mon-Sat 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Sun 1-5 p.m. Outdoor pavilion seats approximately 120 people. May-October.
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Fort Martin

Boating ramp for the Monongahela River.
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Gallery 62 West by the Taylor County Arts Council

To enhance the quality of life in Taylor County and surrounding areas, promote a sense of community and foster economic development. The Taylor County Arts Council works to bring the arts in all of its varied forms to residents and visitors, with particular emphasis on introducing the arts to our youth. Reopening Information: MASKS ARE […]
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Gene’s Beer Garden

Gene’s Beer Garden is the oldest running bar in Morgantown – started in 1944
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