Clarksburg is city a located in the hills of north central West Virginia, United States. Clarksburg is the largest and busiest city in the region. Clarksburg is commonly referred to as the "Jewel of the Hills." Clarksburg city was founded in 1785 and named after General George Rogers Clark, who was a notable military leader in the area. Clarksburg is a family oriented city with more than twenty well-maintained parks, playground, and recreation centers. Clarksburg is also well known for its wineries and horse riding stables.
Voice of Travelers to Clarksburg
Wedding in Clarksburg
I visited Clarksburg while attending my friend's wedding. I traveled with Allegiant Air as they had amazing ticket fare offers. The ground staff and cabin crew was extraordinary. They were polite and friendly. We arrived in Clarksburg on time. The wedding was held at the beautiful Clarksburg recreational garden. The weather was favorable for the wedding, and the garden gave such a pretty photographic view. After the wedding, I had a bit of time to see around Clarksburg. I visited the Watters Smith Memorial State Park and Veterans Park.
A day in Clarksburg
Last month we visited Clarksburg as a group of four friends. We took a flight to Clarksburg, using Aeroflot airline. The service was excellent with very helpful crew members. The airline also had very reasonable ticket prices. In Clarksburg, we visited the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum, one of the largest hand-cut stone buildings with an interesting history. We also visited Clarksburg Farmers Market where I bought herbal spices for my tea.
Family holiday in Clarksburg
We went to Clarksburg for a family vacation last summer. We traveled with Aeroflight Airline. The airline had fair ticket prices with exceptional services. The flight was on time, and we arrived in Clarksburg ahead of schedule. There was so much to do in Clarksburg as a family. The kids loved the Clarksburg splash zone as my husband and I had fun horse riding. We also visited Old Westminster Winery.
Clarksburg Travelers' Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What are some of the places to visit in Clarksburg?
A. In Clarksburg, we recommend that you visit
Clarksburg city park which has a walking trail, baseball court, tennis court, picnic shelters, and a golf course.
Clarksburg farmers market for fresh and organic farm produce.
Downtown Clarksburg historic district which has hotels, homes, and an art deco house.
If you love old historic sites then visit the WVU Jackson's Mill Farmstead to learn the story of General Thomas (Stonewall).
At Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum (formerly known as Weston State Hospital), you will learn the fascinating story of gold robberies, civil raids and history of psychiatric treatment.
Others include Clarksburg recreational center and Masterpiece Crystal.
Q. What should I do if I lose my ticket?
A. If you lose your paper ticket, please call us immediately to assist you in file a lost ticket application. If you would like to continue with your traveling plans, you will purchase a new ticket at the current ticket price, since refund of a lost ticket may take up to 4 months. Also, note that most airlines charge a lost ticket application fee.
Q. How do I book an infant ticket?
A. To purchase an infant ticket, please call us directly. If an infant (less than 2 years) will travel on your lap, you do not have to purchase a ticket for domestic flights. If you would like the infant to have a seat or you are traveling internationally, you will purchase an infant ticket at a certain percentage of the adult ticket.
Q. What is the difference between one way ticket and round trip ticket?
A. With a one way ticket, you will move from one location to another, without returning to the original destination. With a round trip ticket or return ticket, you move from one place to another then back to your original location. If you have multiple destinations, at times it may be cheaper to purchase a round trip ticket as compared to making one way ticket bookings.