Attractions at Berkeley Springs, WV

Attractions

George Washington's Bathtub, Berkeley Springs, WV
Paw Paw Tunnel, Morgan County, WV
Cacapon Rocks Cacapon State Park
Robert Trent Jones Cacapon State Park Golf Course
Star Theatre Berkeley Springs West Virginia
Berkeley Castle Berkeley Springs WV
Berkeley Springs West Virginia Historic District
Museum of the Berkeley Springs
Ice House Arts Center Berkeley Springs West Virginia
Morgan County Public Library
Morgan County Berkeley Springs Fish Hatchery
Morgan County Observatory West Virginia

Family-friendly attractions both inside and out add to the appeal of spas, shops, fine dining and arts activities.

Washington Heritage Trail is 70 miles of a self-guided driving tour that links more than a dozen sites throughout the county following the footsteps of George Washington.  Learn history, see great scenery and visit highlights including George Washington’s Bathtub and the Paw Paw Tunnel.

Panorama Overlook has been rated one of the premier views in the East for nearly a century. [Click here.]

Year 'round festivals celebrate food, water, wine and apple butter. [Click here.]

Apple Butter Festival in October is two-days of family fun. [Click here.]

Berkeley Springs State Park is a 4-acre village green in the center of town. The historic warm mineral springs are visible in the largest display of water among Blue Ridge spas. The park is site of the annual Apple Butter Festival in October and free Saturday afternoon concerts in July and August. George Washington bathed here, and so can you.
Public swimming pool open in summer. [Click here.]

The Four Seasons of Berkeley Springs State Park

Cacapon State Park.  Six thousand acres of wild resort along Cacapon Mountain with a lodge, lake and golf course.   Miles of mountain hiking trails include one along the top of Cacapon Mountain that concludes at the natural wonder of Cacapon Rocks. [Click here.]

Star Theatre is a working artifact on the WV Historic Theater Trail— a Depression-era mom and pop neighborhood movie house in the center of town. It shows a new movie every weekend, year ‘round and has great popcorn. [Click here.]

Berkeley Castle is a favorite photo opportunity and point of wonder.  Now a private residence, it is available for weddings. [Click here.]

Bath Historic District.  Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the heart of downtown includes more than 150 eligible historic structures as well as Berkeley Springs State parks and dozens of welcoming businesses from spas and shops to restaurants. [Click here.]

Museum of the Berkeley Springs is located on the second floor of the Roman Bath House in Berkeley Springs State Park.  It showcases the geological and social history of the springs and their impact. [Click here.]

Ice House art and community center, home of the award-winning Morgan Arts Council and core of Berkeley Springs, nationally recognized art town. [Click here.]

Morgan County Public Library with wireless access, programs for children, and location of the genealogy records of the Morgan County Historical Society.  Closed Sundays. [Click here.]

Ridge Fish Hatchery is a state-run breeding facility for trout, and a site on the Washington Heritage Trail.

Morgan County Observatory, home of a rare Cassegrain telescope.  Regular Friday night Star Parties. [Click here.]