Fall Getaways ~

Fall Getaways From $99 Per Night

September 7 – November 4, 2020

Your autumn adventure is less than one tank away! 🚗 Grab the family and head to Oglebay in Wheeling, WV for an affordable fall getaway starting at just $99 per night! 🍁 

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* Room-only rates from $99 valid September 7 – November 4, 2020 based on availability. Room-only rate is not inclusive of amenities. Rate is subject to applicable taxes and fees. Rates subject to change on holiday and/or special event weekends.

Fall Events

Celebrate the wonders of fall with these exciting fall events.

Fall Park Activities

Make your stay even more memorable by enhancing your experience with the following amenities.

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    Legendary Golf

    Oglebay is home to the illustrious Arnold Palmer designed Klieves Course and the ever-popular Robert Trent Jones, Sr. designed Speidel Course. Together, these courses offer 36 holes of picturesque championship golf amid the beautiful, rolling hill of Wheeling, West Virginia.

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    Talk To The Animals

    Experience more than 50 species of rare and endangered animals at the only nationally-accredited zoo in the state of West Virginia. Oglebay’s Good Zoo offers more than a dozen private animal encounters that take guests up close and personal with some of the Animal Kingdom’s most interesting animals for a once-in-a-lifetime educational experience.

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    Find Your Zen

    Located in Oglebay’s Wilson Lodge, The West Spa has been recognized as one of America’s Top 100 Spas by Spas Of America. This luxurious 5,000 square-foot sanctuary offers best-in-class services paired with the finest products and equipment.

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    Mansion Museum

    Experience the elegant estate of Cleveland industrialist Earl W. Oglebay, who purchased the mansion and surrounding acres in 1900 to serve as a summer home. Explore 13 period rooms focusing on Wheeling’s earliest settlement through the opulent Edwardian era, plus the Wymer General Store and Sinclair Pharmacy collections.

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    Horseback Riding

    In partnership with the Bethany College Equestrian Team, Oglebay offers trail rides, pony rides, lessons, EAGALA services, camps, and more. Trail rides are conducted on wide trails through the woods. All other rides take place in our indoor and outdoor riding arenas. The facility also offers a heated viewing room, lounge, and bathrooms.

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  • Fall Foliage Walking Trails photo

    Fall Foliage Walking Trails

    Many of the original trails traveled by Earl Oglebay in the early 1900s have been restored and groomed into hiking trails. Today, guests can explore these historic trails and take in majestic views of Oglebay’s landscape. Oglebay’s trail system is comprised of the Hardwood Ridge, Falls Vista, Brooks, Bridle, Serpentine, Thoreau, Habitat Discovery, Roosevelt, and Driehorst Trails.

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  • A Foodie’s Paradise  photo

    A Foodie’s Paradise

    With five dining venues to choose from, Oglebay is truly a foodie’s paradise. From our mouth-watering dry aged Ribeye at Ihlenfeld Dining Room, to artisan pizzas and salads at Glassworks Grill, and house-smoked meats at Route 88 BBQ & Brew, we have something for every palate.

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    Unique Retail Shops

    With eight retail shops to choose from, Oglebay offers unique gifts for everyone on your shopping list. From gourmet chocolates and hand-churned ice cream to one-of-a-kind souvenirs and hand-made glass. Plus, you can now shop the Oglebay Online Store from the convenience of your own home.

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    Glass Museum

    Experience over 3,000 examples of Wheeling glass made from 1829-1939 including cut lead crystal, Victorian art glass, peachblow glass, pattern and depression glass, Northwood’s carnival glass, and largest piece of cut lead crystal in the world- The Sweeney Punch Bowl.

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