This Historic Park Is One Of West Virginia’s Best Kept Secrets

The Mountain State is filled with hidden gems that are worth seeking out and exploring. Among them are many little-known spots that are both picturesque and historically significant, like the amazing park below. Check it out…

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Fort Boreman Park is located on Fort Boreman Road in Parkersburg. Take exit 9 from Route 50. The park is open seven days a week from 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. and admission is free. Learn more at this link on the Parkersburg CVB official website.

Why not make a day trip of your visit to Parkersburg and combine it with another, more famous, historic site? Blennerhasset Island is also steeped in history and is an experience everyone should have at least once.