The City of Wheeling, West Virginia


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Playground Facilities

In 1909, the Wheeling Recreation Commission opened the first playground in Wheeling at the corner of 16th & McColloch Streets and named it Elks Playground. Since then, the City’s recreational facilities has developed to the following areas:

  • Blocks Owl Court 35th Street
  • North 24th Street Bridge Park LaBelle
  • Clator Jensen 40th Street
  • 36th Street Belle Isle 48th Street (Pulaski)
  • Garden Park Elks Mozart
  • Loveland/Lock 12 Tunnel Green Pleasanton
  • Wilson Grandview Manor Dimmeydale
  • Tank Field 26th Street Greggsville
  • Edgington Lane Patterson Overbrook
  • Elm Terrace Fulton
From the region’s largest trail system, to national schools of excellence, to a reorganized municipal government, the City of Wheeling offers a dynamic environment for you, your family and your business. There are many features that are unique to this area and we are proud of them! Our businesses enjoy the business climate as well with our advanced, motivated work force. The work force also enjoys being active in our various professional organizations. The area boasts year-round entertainment, leisure, sports, music, festivals, dining, shopping, and much more.

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