Points of Interest Near Visual Edge IT Nutter Fort WV

Clarksburg City Park

Clarksburg is a family-oriented city. Its parks and neighborhood playgrounds are kept in excellent condition and provide year-round enjoyment and recreation for Clarksburg residents.


West Virginia Civilian Conservation Corps Museum

Museum visitors experience the story of the CCC from onset of the Corps in 1933 to the final phase-out of the program in June, 1942. We also have several items that commemorate the 50th anniversary in 1983 and CCC reunion pictures beyond that year as well as recent achievements and milestones of local and state recognition of the CCC movement by the public and public officials. These efforts were the result of program efforts to generate public awareness and interest and were sponsored by the CCC Museum Association.

Deegan & Hinkle Lakes Park

Do not be fooled by this park’s little space. It has everything you can ask for to spend a nice day out with your loved ones. Children’s play-area is well-equipped. Kids will love colourful slides. You can take a leisurely stroll around the park or go for biking if you want. Even the running track is also well marked. This one-mile track around the lake will freshen you up instantly. Small lake in the park is perfect for fishing.

Pete Dye Golf Club

#87 on Golf Digest’s ranking of America’s 100 Greatest Courses and #33 on Golfweek’s ranking of the Best Modern Courses, Pete Dye Golf Club ingeniously weaves mining remnants and rambunctious terrain into a course that tempts and tests you from the opening tee shot to your final putt.