The Original Mason-Dixon Historical Park
Caveat: there is a commercial Mason-Dixon park lying north of the Original Historical Park.
The Line divides the park with half being in Pennsylvania and half in West Virginia. Volunteers from Greene County and Monongalia County have worked to create a recreational resource for the citizens. The two counties appoint members to the park's board of directors.
Park facilities are available to rent year-round, including pavilions with modern restrooms, a ballfield, and a large red barn with cooking and dining facilities. Visitors have enjoyed ramp dinners in the spring and buckwheat/sausage dinners in the fall for many years at the park. The 295 acres of meadow and woodland is always available for hiking. Dunkard Creek is a popular fishing stream and the park is headquarters of the Dunkard Creek Watershed Association.
Single night — $10.00 + $0.60 tax
Multiple nights — $7.00+ $0.42 tax
Per day — $15.00 + $0.90 tax