Winter Events and Activities in Greater Morgantown

Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow


Miss the days of being a kid and playing outside on a snow day? Luckily, the fun doesn’t have to stop during wintertime! If you enjoy cold temperatures and snowy hillsides, Greater Morgantown has plenty of events and activities to keep the whole family entertained this season.

Events

 

(image via @chestnutridgeparkwv)

January 13: Triple S. Harley Davidson’s Annual Chili Cook-Off. Think you make the best chili? Take a break from the outdoors and enter the chili cook-off!

January 14: Nature in Winter at West Virginia Botanical Garden. Take in wintertime with a short walk around the garden.

February 10: Cabin Fever Craft Brew Festival! Grab an ice cold beer at this annual event featuring brews from around the Mountain State.

February 10: Cooper’s Rock Foundation Winterfest

February 17: Morgantown Polar Plunge “Freezin’ for a Reason” to support the Special Olympics of West Virginia

February 17: Chestnut Ridge Park and Campground Toboggan Festival. Bring your sleds and get ready to have some fun!

February 22: Winter Blues North Farmer’s Market at Morgantown Marriott at the Waterfront Place

February 23-24: Gardner Winter Music Festival. This year marks the 40th anniversary of this two-day old-time music festival!

Activities

 

(image via @BOPARC)

Plan a winter getaway in Greater Morgantown with friends or a loved one, such as renting out a cabin at Cooper’s Rock!

Ice skate at the ice arena at BOPARC (and use our Mountaineer Deal).

Cross country ski at Alpine Lake Resort!

Grab the family and go sledding at Chestnut Ridge Campground and Park!

Enjoy a winter hike at White Park with five miles of wooded trails.

 

Know of other winter events or activities in Greater Morgantown? Share the fun with us by using #TourMorgantown and stay up-to-date on all upcoming events.

Interested in attending more than one event this weekend? Stay overnight at one of the many hotels and lodgings in Morgantown. Click to reserve your stay.

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