Allegheny Treenware, LLC offers a variety of wooden products handmade from West Virginia hardwoods in our shop. Our treenware products can be also purchased at the Greenbrier Resort in White Sulphur Springs & also the Tamarack. Visitors are welcome to our farm to tour our work shop were we create over 170 different hardwood kitchen […]
Cathedral State Park is an ancient hemlock forest of majestic proportions, and one of the last living commemorations of the vast virgin hemlock forest which once flourished in the Appalachian highlands. Trees up to 90 feet in height and 21 feet in circumference form cloisters in the park. Located on Rt. 50 near Aurora, WV, approximately […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 access to Morgantown’s Marilla […]
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 Kingpost truss design. Located on US 19, at junction with County Route 43, west of Laurel Point. For […]
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 alo a Appalachian craft store and a Co-Op store on the grounds. From May to October the Craft Shop is open […]
A 27-foot wide memorial featuring bronze statues of JFK and John Jr., three tall granite pillars and a granite bench as you walk near the riverfront on the Rail Trail in Star City.
Comfort on a budget can be found at Homestead Inn, located 12 miles outside of Morgantown in the town of Reedsville. Our five immaculate guest suites are newly renovated and comfortably furnished with fully-equipped kitchens, laundry, private baths and private parking. Be sure to visit our gift and coffee shop at Modern Homestead for unique gifts and delicious […]
Reflect from one of the six pews inside true smallest church in 48 states.
Brick-lined walls and worn wooden floors greet visitors as they wind their way through the assortment of privately owned specialty shops. Much of the character of the building has been richly retained, intermingling classic yet distinctive merchandise with warm hospitality. Constructed in 1898, the center boasts authentic glass manufacturing tools and murals of the glass […]
Bring your best four-legged friend down to Stanley’s Spot for fun and frolic. Park is located just off the Decker’s Creek Trail between the Pleasant and Walnut St. bridges. Park in either the Walnut St. parking garage or by the Amphitheatre in Hazel Ruby McQuain Park. Walk down Elk St. from the Walnut St. parking garage […]
Take the kids to the playground in the Town of Star City.
Remember Pearl Harbor at this historic landmark.
Browse valuable, insightful WV Collection at the West Virginia University Library.
The West Virginia Botanic Garden is the former Tibbs Run Reservoir, which supplied water to the Morgantown area from 1912 to 1969. Some remnants of the old structures are still visible on the property. These structures can be seen from the Reservoir Loop Trail. Other trails include the Forest Trail, Tibbs Crossing Trail, and the Farside […]
Schedule WVU Facilities and campus tours.
Stroll through the current exhibit at the Mesaros Galleries within the Creative Arts Center.
Stop by and observe the stars! Offering public shows for groups and special astronomy shows. Floor PL, White Hall, 135 Willey St., West Virginia University, Morgantown