930 East Grafton Road
Fairmont, WV 26554
Phone: (304) 366-5500
Fax: (304) 363-3975
With its 24 automated lanes, this bowling center offers league bowling, open bowling, and "cosmic lite bowling." In addition, they feature a snack bar and lounge, eight televisions, a pro shop, and video games.
Scenic rolling fairways and undulating greens are the draws for this 18-hole golf course. Beginners as well as the experienced golfer will enjoy the par seventy, 6,190-yard course. Call for available tee times.
Bel Meadow is an 18-hole championship golf course designed Robert Trent Jones, Sr. Open to the public year round, the course features 51 sand traps and large, undulating, and elevated bent grass greens. Water comes into play on 12 of the 18 holes.
Available for public skating sessions late August through March 1.
Located in Morgantown in West Virginia, this arena is ensconced within the Evansdale campus of the West Virginia University. It was built with government aid and began operations in 1970. It is also home to the university's School of Physical Education. It accommodates 14,000 visitors and hosts gymnastic events and games like basketball and volleyball. Musical concerts are a regular draw here too. Call for more information on the venue and upcoming events.
Suburban Lanes has been providing exciting family entertainment for over 40-years.
Enjoy the great outdoors at Chestnut Ridge Park & Campground. Sprawling across 16,000 acres (6,474 hectares), this natural oasis is surrounded by forests and is home to two lakes. It offers visitors a plethora of activities like hiking, biking, swimming, fishing and rock climbing. Camping and picnic facilities are available throughout the year, as well as a rental pavilion. This parkland is also the venue for concerts, festivals and community events.
Friendship Hill National Historic Site was the home of American politician Albert Gallatin. It is maintained by the National Park Service and overlooks the Monongahela River. The original structure of the building was constructed in the Federal style with a Flemish bond. This house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on October 15, 1966.