The four-acre park offers a playground, baseball field, and play field area adjacent to the rail trail. Travel Rt. 19 S from Fairmont – one mile south of Worthington. Cross over old green bridge to park.
The Joel McCann Memorial Trail is a surfaced trail that links with the North Marion Senior Center Walking Trail. There are painted crosswalks in high traffic areas: High Street, Mead Avenue, Market Street and Pyles Avenue.
Named after the 1984 Olympic Gold Medalist from Marion County. It has 25 rolling acres, four baseball fields, pavilion, playground, picnic area, tennis courts, basketball courts and restrooms. Also located here is the WV Miner’s Memorial. Take exit 132 off of I-79, then Rt. 250 N for approximately one mile; turn left onto Mary Lou Retton Drive and follow signs.
This trail meanders along the Monongahela River from the WV/PA state line through Monongalia County into Marion County at Pricketts Fort State Park. The Mon River Trails Conservancy (www.montrails.org) maintains this trail which is 29 miles in length from Pricketts Fort to the PA state line.
This 16 mile, packed limestone, trail meanders along the placid West Fork River between Fairmont and Shinnston. This popular trail passes by residential and commercial areas, as well as farmland. Parking can be found in Shinnston (southern terminus), Enterprise (mile 3), Worthington (mile 5.25), Monongah (mile 10) and Fairmont (northern terminus). Restrooms and picnic areas are available in season at Worthington Park and Mary Lou Retton Youth Park (mile 15).
A beautiful 10 acre waterfront park offering softball, picnicking, playground, fishing, basketball, pavilion, restroom and horseshoe courts. Travel Rt. 19 S from Fairmont. Go through towns of Monongah and Worthington. When you see the fire department on your right, turn left beside the large building on your left; then turn left at the bridge.