- TripBuzz discovered 31 different types of activities for couples in the Clarksburg area, including Water Parks (like Splash Zone), Art Gallery (like Art by Crim), National & State Parks (like Blackwater Falls State Park) and Movie Theaters (like Upshur Cinema), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 26 date ideas in or near Clarksburg, West Virginia, including 24 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Fairmont, Weston, Buckhannon and Grafton.
Art by Crim is another name for James Crim Photography. Crim offers a wide variety of photographic services, including wedding photography, landscape photography, aerial and architectural photography, and a variety of kinds of portraits.
The Pinchgut Hollow Distillery makes sweet and semisweet farm wines, and buckwheat whiskey on the land that has been in the family since before the Revolutionary War. Visitors can also eat at the restaurant and enjoy the tasting room.
The Tygart Valley Cinema is a movie theater that features discounts for senior citizens and children. The cinema always plays movies at the advertised time and features candy, drinks, popcorn, combo deals, and gift certificates.
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I-79 at Exit 139 - follow the signs to the park, Fairmont, WV MoreLess Info
In the late 1700s, Captain Jacob Prickett and his family moved to the area now known as Prickett's Fort. Visitors can tour the fort, along with the 19th century Job Prickett House, Prickett Cemetery, as actors enact daily living activities.
190 Vineyard Drive, Weston, WV 26452 MoreLess Info
Visitors to Lambert's Vintage Wines can taste wines in a tasting building constructed of stones gathered from various parts of West Virginia. Visitors can also buy the wines along with various craft items made in West Virginia.
Seth Burton Disc Golf Course is challenging disc golf course placed in a vibrant park setting. The course features dual permanent baskets and dual concrete tees. Public restrooms and drinking fountains are readily available.
Colonel Edward Jackson developed the Stonewall Mill area, and adopted Tom and his sister Laura before the Civil War, but during the Civil War, Tom became known as General Stonewall, while his sister aided Union troops using her home as a hospital. The Extension Service maintains the area.