Berkeley County - Entertainment
"Martinsburg is the largest city in the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia. Martinsburg is the county seat of Berkeley County and one of the core cities in the Hagerstown-Martinsburg, MD-WV Metropolitan Statistical Area. Both city and county are growing rapidly due to an influx of people, many of them commuters, from Washington, D.C. and Baltimore."
"The annual Mountain State Apple Harvest Festival, with four days of events – including parade, arts and crafts show, 5K Apple Trample, and much more."
"The lake was built in 1962 with a maximum depth of 26 feet and an average depth of 9 feet. One concrete and two gravel boat ramps are available. Pit toilets and four primitive camping areas (fees charged) are also on site. Boating with electric motors only is permitted. "
Berkeley County also offers several public access locations. Please click here to learn more.
"The Woods is just 90 minutes from the beltways in Wild and Wonderful West Virginia, and offers the perfect day-trip getaway for golfing and spa, a world apart from everyday hassles. Over the past 35 years, countless number of our guests have become part-time or permanent residents, drawn to the tranquility and beauty of our 1800 acres at the northern gateway to the Shenandoah Valley."
PO Box 5, Mountain Lake Road, Hedgesville, WV 25427
"Locust Hill Golf Course invites you to historic Charles Town, West Virginia for 18 holes of phenomenal golf. Rated #5 by Golfweek Magazine in West Virginia for best public access courses, daily fee and resorts and given a 4 Star Rating by Golf Digest Magazine 2000-2001, 2002-2003 and 2008-2009 editions...Four sets of tees on every hole offer golfing at its best for all levels of skill. Whichever tee you choose, challenges abound across the 35 acres of lakes, ponds, and streams, which come into play on 11 of the 18 holes."
278 St. Andrews Drv. Charles Town, WV 25443
"Open 7AM – 7PM … 7 Days a Week! No tee time needed… just show up and play!
Length: 2533 yards (9 holes), 5514 yards (18 holes)
Course Rating: 68.2"
250 Topflite Dr. Martinsburg, WV 25403
"Peacemaker National Training Center is the largest shooting sports complex on the east coast. Our mission is to provide the responsible law abiding citizen with a world-class place to safely learn and practice the various legal disciplines of the shooting sports. At PNTC all of our ranges are staffed by NRA range safety officers and or PNTC certified instructors whenever they are operational.
Today we have seventeen ranges which support virtually every type of competitive and recreational firearms use."
1624 Brannons Ford Road, Gerrardstown, WV 25420
"The section of the canal from Harpers Ferry to Dam 4 (canal mile 84), below Williamsport, was completed in 1834. The dam is still in operation, more than 175 years later. The dam was a major source of water for the canal, and supplied water power to aid in moving heavy canal boats. Since 1913, it has supplied hydroelectric power. The dam was modified in 1994 to improve its hydroelectric capacity, with a height of 20 feet and a length of 715 feet. It is now owned by the National Park Service, which leases the structure to the Potomac Edison Electric Company for electric power generation in Washington County. An impressive belt drive is used to transfer power from the river water to turbines. Hydroelectric sites have increased in importance in recent years, with many small sites in the Potomac valley under consideration for power generation. Dam 4 is a good example of the durability of the process."
"C&O Canal Dam No. 5 is located at canal mile 106. It is the fifth in a series of dams that supplied water to the C&O Canal. Dams No. 4 and 5 are owned by the National Park Service and leased to the Potomac Edison Electric Company, which uses them to generate electric power for Washington, D.C. Fishing is popular both above and below Dam No. 5. Nearby access is from the National Park Service ramp at Four Locks, about a mile upstream. The closest boat ramp downstream is at Williamsport, Md. On the West Virginia side of the river is the community of River Bend, which has a number of cottages with access to the river." -riverexplorer.com
"The C&O Canal Association was founded in 1954 by the conservationists and supporters who participated in the hike that year led by Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas. In the early years, the Association took the lead in the campaign that lead to the creation of the C&O Canal National Historical Park in 1971."
205 W. Potomac St. Williamsport, MD 21795
"Take a stroll through history in Upper Town Harpers Ferry the next time you visit. The "Walking Guide to Upper Town Harpers Ferry" leads the visitor on a easy walk to see and learn about ten landmarks, churches, and homes whose architectures reflect Harpers Ferry's historical 19th Century roots."
5831 Dunker Church Rd. Sharpsburg, MD 21782
"Visiting Martinsburg and Berkeley County is a history rich adventure and known as the gateway of the Shenandoah Valley. If your interest is the French & Indian War, shopping, Revolutionary War, shopping, Civil War, shopping, or railroads, Martinsburg has something to capture your attention. A West Virginia Mainstreet Community, Martinsburg is alive year-round with arts, music, festivals, and special events."
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MIKE and GERI R. - Nov 17, 2015
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LEN F. - Nov 14, 2015
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