3 Spectacular Overlooks Are Hidden In A Single Fascinating Civil War Park In West Virginia

At the confluence of the Little Kanawha and the Ohio Rivers stands an old Civil War fort site overlooking Parkersburg, West Virginia that is now one of the areas favorite city parks. In addition to some fascinating history, this park, known as Fort Boreman Park, is known far and wide as the spot to come if you want to enjoy some absolutely spectacular views.

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Have you taken in the view at Fort Boreman Park before? Which overlook is your favorite?

To learn more about Fort Boreman Park, visit Wood County’s parks page. For an underground view rather than an above ground one, consider visiting this city park with an underground coal mine tour.

Address: Fort Boreman Drive, Fort Boreman Dr, Parkersburg, WV 26101, USA