Welcome to Mylan Park

Over the past 20 years, Mylan Park has grown from four baseball and softball fields into a full-service sports, recreation, wellness, and events complex spanning across 400 beautiful acres. Mylan Park is also proud to be home to a variety of social, training, and educational organizations operating within the park footprint and serving the greater Morgantown community daily through their non-profit and service-oriented missions.

Today Mylan Park is recognized as one of West Virginia’s most dynamic venues for users and events of all walks. Owned and operated by the non-profit 501c3 Mylan Park Foundation, Mylan Park now offers 14 different indoor and outdoor facilities comprising over 60 acres of athletic field space and more than 180,000 sq. ft. of indoor sport, recreation, and event venues.  Each unique component of the park serves to ensure that there is something for everyone and that Mylan Park is truly a place the entire community can enjoy.


The Mylan Park Foundation, Inc. advances the educational, recreational, social and economic benefits to North Central West Virginia citizens, with the purpose of improving the quality of life for residents of, and visitors to, the Greater Morgantown area.


Mylan Park is recognized as one of the nation’s premier full-service recreation, sport, social, health and wellness complexes. We will support the well-being of the residents of Monongalia and surrounding counties by providing high quality and award-winning programs, facilities, and services. We will serve this need through innovate, entrepreneurial, fiscally responsible, and sustainable practices while still expanding inclusive recreational facilities and programs in the community. Our programs, facilities, and services will be recognized and utilized as having significant positive economic benefits to the communities we serve.


Accessibility – Economic & Community Development – Promoting Healthy Lifestyles – Customer Service – Excellence in Facilities & Programs – Innovation – Sustainability


Making Mylan Park…

In 1999, 30 acres of reclaimed mine land was donated by Milan Puskar of Mylan Inc. to the Mylan Park Foundation. With support from many community benefactors, the land was transformed into two baseball fields and two softball fields – now known as the Anker Fields Complex. Nine years later, The Hazel & J.W. Ruby Community Center was built – giving the area a unique event complex that would become home to many staple community events.

Little by little, The Mylan Park Foundation added new facilities based on community needs. Facilities such as The March-Westin Complex, The Multi Purpose Turf Field, and The Aquatic Center & Track Complex; provided the Greater Morgantown community with opportunities to recreate and socialize in ways they never could before.

Today, Mylan Park spans over 400 acres and contains nine different indoor and outdoor facilities operated and managed by Mylan Park staff. Also included in the park footprint are a variety of social, educational, and training-based organizations that serve the community through their non-profit and service-oriented missions. Whether you’re here for the day or an extended stay, Mylan Park has something for everyone.


Anker Fields Baseball Complex (1999)

Hazel & J.W. Ruby Community Center (2008)

March-Westin Baseball Complex (2011)

Mult-Purpose Athletic Field (2011)

Aquatic Center & Track Complex (2019)

Hazel & J.W. Ruby Community Center Expansion (2022)