Martinsburg, Berkeley County, West Virginia, where small-town meets big adventure
Summer brings long, sunny days dedicated to creating memorable experiences for yourself and the whole family Berkeley County offers fantastic outdoor experiences, from our rugged hiking paths to scenic nature paths, public parks, fishing streams, and nature preserves.
Adventurers can explore the 23,000-acre Sleepy Creek Wildlife Management Area, which contains extensive primitive camping, hiking, fishing, canoeing, and kayaking opportunities.
The Route 9 walking and biking trail stretches between Martinsburg and the Charles Town/Ranson area and offers users wide-open views and diverse terrain, from flat land to sloping hills.
If observing nature is more your style, Berkeley County has two nature preserves that house various birds and native plants. Stauffer’s Marsh Nature Preserve, in Back Creek Valley, and the Yankauer Nature Preserve, located adjacent to the Potomac River, offer gentle walking trails that allow easy observation.
Berkeley County is agrotourism at its finest. Stop by Orr’s Farm Market for an extensive selection of fresh produce and the option to pick your own, depending on the month. Spring Valley Farm Market offers freshly picked produce, jams, and jellies, as well as fresh, locally
sourced meats and other delights. If you are looking for a great selection of West Virginia wines or fresh produce or seeking excellent West Virginia cooking, stop by Taylor’s Farm Market and Cider Press Deli. Or visit a West Virginia Conservation Farm of the year honoree—
Kitchens Farm Market—for fresh produce and local beef. While roaming the county, visit our local distilleries—Black Draft Distillery and Amani Brewing.
Cap off your outdoor adventure with a delicious meal in Martinsburg’s diverse downtown food scene. And before you leave, enjoy the eclectic shopping throughout our downtown corridor.
Experience the rich history and beautiful scenery of Martinsburg, Berkeley County, West Virginia.