At Backwoods Flowers a locally owned and veteran owned florist where they are just more than a flower shop. Offering fresh cut, silk, dried arrangements, dish gardens for any event. Also unique gifts and one of kind gifts, snack/gourmet/candy baskets, balloons and balloon bouquets
Listed on the National Register of Historic Landmarks, this 148-foot, single lane bridge was originally built in 1853 by Eli and Lemuel Chenoweth, West Virginia's pioneer bridge builders. It is an excellent example of a modified Burr truss and it is in substantially original condition. April 29, 1863, it was saved from destruction during the Jones-Imboden Raid preliminary to the Battle of Fairmont. Confederate General William "Grumble" Jones answered the pleas to save it by the Ice family, near ...
Located at the site of the Palatine foundry, a battle for the suspension bridge took place on April 29, 1863. The suspension bridge (1852-1908) spanned the Monongahela River between Fairmont and Palatine. The marker is located at Palatine Park, at the junction of Everest Drive (east) and Water Street.
Freshly ground gourmet coffee, brewed to order. Delicious hot and cold teas. Your favorite soft drinks. Decadent pastries. Fresh made soups and salads. Sandwiches you can't get anywhere else. Wi-fi!
The main column of Confederate Gen. William Jones rode by here April 29, 1863 en route to attacking the B&O Railroad bridge, part of the objective of the 1863 Jones-Imboden Raid. This is the northern end of the Beverly-Fairmont Turnpike, a gravel road completed in 1852. Trails sign at 100 Kirkway Drive.
Home cooked meals at a great price.
Family equestrian campground with trails for horses and hikers. Trail rides available. Open May to Oct.