Morgantown Ice Arena: Late August – March 1st, (Hockey and Public Skating). Morgantown Sports Arena: April – Mid August, (Basketball, Volleyball, Lacrosse)? Open 9 am – 5 pm.
Mountaineer Golf Course is challenging, yet player friendly for any skill level. Semi-fast greens vary in size from 2,500 to 7,200 square feet. Total yardage from white tees is 6,131, from gold tees 5,266, and from red tees 4,817. Mountaineer Golf Course is well maintained and most cart paths are paved. A fleet of 70 […]
Featuring a 16-lane bowling center and 11 full sided competition level billiards tables.
Facilities include: 8-acre turf area, equestrian center, professional horseshoe pitching courts, two turf fields, lighted four field baseball/softball complex, Pro Performance Sports Plex (50,000 square foot field turf arena connected to a 28,000 square foot strength and conditioning and fitness center), and Miracle Sports Complex (a synthetic surface field designed for easy mobility for wheel […]
Paradise Lake Golf Course is great for beginners. It is a 9-hole golf course located within Morgantown. The public is welcome. Golf cart and club rental is available as well as equipment.
Founded in 1925 on property originally belonging to George Washington, Preston Country Club offers golf and dining to the public as well as its members. As one of West Virginia’s longest golf courses at 7001 yards from the tips, PCC has hosted the Men and Women’s Tri-State for over 20 years, the Senior Tri-State, and […]
Twenty-four lane bowling center, leagues forming.
A par 71, 18-hole championship course, featuring a practice driving range and putting green. They have a newly opened restaurant with quality food and drinks. Serving lunch and dinner daily, with great daily specials at the bar. Open daily 11 am to 10 pm, Sunday 10 am to 9 pm. Full banquet, event and meeting […]
The WVU Coliseum is a 14,000-seat multi-purpose arena, home of the WVU Men’s and Women’s Basketball teams, located in the Evansdale campus of West Virginia University. The circular arena features a poured concrete roof.
An 8.6 acre park connecting the Caperton/ Deckers Creek trails.
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