The Unique Park Everyone In West Virginia Should Visit At Least Once

Oglebay Park is a self-supporting public municipal park located in Wheeling, West Virginia. The park totals 1,650 acres and contains historical buildings, golf courses, tennis courts, swimming pools, gardens, a nature center, a zoo, and more. The park is named after Earl W. Oglebay, who deeded his estate, Waddington Farms, to the city of Wheeling for the express purpose of public recreation.

Oglebay Resort & Conference Center is located at 465 Lodge Drive, Wheeling, WV 26003. You can make reservations or find out more by calling 877-436-1797, or visit their website.

For another great West Virginia resort, check out Smoke Hole Caverns.

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