Wild, Wonderful West Virginia Releases Real. Morgantown Vignette.

Highlights area attractions including Morgantown Farmer’s Market and Chestnut Brew Works

Real. VIDEO: https://youtu.be/4WkNunceOS4

The overlook at Coopers Rock State Forest yields spectacular views of the Cheat River Gorge. (Photo courtesy of Rick Burgess)

CHARLESTON, West Virginia (September 22, 2015) – Wild, Wonderful West Virginia has released the Real. Morgantown video, highlighting area attractions including Coopers Rock, Cheat Lake, Morgantown Farmer’s Market and Chestnut Brew Works.

“Morgantown is truly a special destination in West Virginia; it’s a place to make new memories with family and reconnect with old friends,” Commissioner of Tourism Amy Shuler Goodwin said. “From outdoor recreation at Coopers Rock State Forest to unique eateries and bustling breweries, this town hosts activities that both college kids and families will treasure for years to come.”

“Real. Morgantown really captures the essence of our mountain town,” said Peggy Myers-Smith, President and CEO of the Greater Morgantown Convention and Visitors Bureau.  “Morgantown is a place with grit, where people from all over come together to share the passion of being Mountaineers. It’s a place where scenic beauty and a hip college town come together. We are excited to show others what a great place Morgantown is to visit.”

This is the seventh in the Real. series produced by Wild, Wonderful West Virginia. Earlier videos showcased Charleston and Huntington; Jefferson County; Braxton and Lewis counties; Wheeling and Ohio Valley; Harpers Ferry; and Parkersburg. The series, a part of the Real. campaign, celebrates the unique destinations and experiences that can be found throughout the Mountain State.

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This post was last updated on September 22, 2015