Going to a WVU game?

Lucky for you, Marion County is only a short trip from Morgantown! If you are looking for a great place to eat or stay in the heart of Mountaineer Country, we can help.

Where to Stay on Game Day

On game weekend, tuck in just outside of town in the middle of everywhere.

Marion County has plenty of options! If you’re looking for all the amenities, sink into the mattress of one of our hotels, where you’ll find all you need for a restful stay.

Or, enjoy the comforts of home at a quaint bed & breakfast. Enjoy freshly made home-cooked meals in the morning to get you fueled up and ready for the game!

Making the trip to Morgantown in a camper or RV? We’ve got spots for you, too! Cozy up in a campsite with water and electricity.

No matter where you like to stay, you’ll find warm Mountaineer hospitality in Marion County!

Where to Eat on Game Day 

Cheering on the Mountaineers takes serious energy. Where will you fuel up before and after the game?

College coaching great and Fairmont native Nick Saban recommends Muriale’s. The long-standing community favorite has been serving traditional Italian fare to Mountaineers for more than 40 years.

Saban also recommends pepperoni rolls, our state food that was first created in Fairmont. They’re the perfect tailgating treat to show off your West Virginia pride!

There are also old-fashioned hot dog joints, diners and ice cream stands that serve up American classics. Or, cheers to another great game with some moonshine or wine from the farm at Heston Farm Winery and Pinchgut Hollow Distillery.

Marion County plates are stuffed full of mountaineer-cooked meals. Pair your WVU spirit with real West Virginia flavor in Marion County, West Virginia: the middle of everywhere!