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Share a great serene setting with the songs of nature. Away from the traveled paths with picturesque view, queen-sized pillow top beds. 140 acres; 2 ponds. Now with WI-FI.
The home of Aretas Brooks Fleming (1839-1923), the eighth Governor of West Virginia (1890-1893). During the war, he was the Marion County prosecuting attorney and served in the Fairmont Home Guard. The marker is located on the grounds of the former American Legion Home.
A favorite event in Fairmont is the Holiday Historic House Tours held the Saturday after Thanksgiving. Sites are open for your entertainment and enjoyment. Most will be decorated for the upcoming holidays, some will have live entertainment and many will have tasty tidbits to offer.
Apple Valley Country Club. Fun and affordable public golf. 18 holes, Tee times not necessary -memberships available.
"There's No Place Like The Neighborhood"
Specialties: hand cut steaks, fresh seafood, chicken, pork and pasta. All legal beverages.
Specializing in ready to wear contemporary fashions to give our customers a unique style.
At the foot of the Fairmont suspension bridge, Confederate Gen. William E. Jones watched on April 29, 1863, as his men attacked Fairmont to destroy the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad bridge upstream at present-day 12th Street. You can still see some of the bullet-pocked bridge piers on the riverbanks. The marker is located at the foot of Madison Street, entry site of the former Low (toll) Level Bridge in Fairmont.