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Lady's Bath House, Berkeley Springs

From the time he was sixteen through the reading of his will in 1799, George Washington ate, slept, owned land and bathed in and around Berkeley Springs.

Established in 2000 as a National Scenic Byway, the Washington Heritage Trail's 80-mile western segment through Morgan County highlights more than a dozen places that figured in our first president's attraction to the area around the warm mineral springs. Places are marked on the accompanying map beginning on the eastern boundary of the county. For the entire three-county trail through the Eastern Panhandle, check out www.washingtonheritagetrail.com. The complete trail includes sites in Berkeley and Jefferson counties.  

 


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