Leave behind your everyday worries and escape to Berkeley County, WV, where small-town meets big adventure. Berkeley County offers the ultimate outdoor experience, from our rugged hiking paths to the scenic nature paths, public parks, fishing streams, and nature preserves.
Lose yourself in the area’s lush scenery along with the numerous hiking, walking, and biking trails, from delicate West Virginia wildflowers to awe-inspiring waterfalls and incredible rock formations. Whether you want your outdoor adventure to span days or hours, you’ll never grow bored of the area’s extensive nature trails, catering to everyone from amateurs to hiking experts.
Adventures can explore the 23,000-acre Sleepy Creek Wildlife Management Area that contains extensive hiking, camping, fishing, and boating opportunities. Don’t forget to pack your lure and fishing rod beside your hiking boots and bike helmet. Sleepy Creek Lake, a 205-acre impoundment, provides trophy bass, crappie, and northern pike, and it allows night fishing with permission.
If observing nature is more your style, Berkeley County has two nature preserves that house a wide variety of birds and plants. Stauffer’s Marsh Nature Preserve, in Back Creek Valley, and the Yankauer Nature Preserve each offer easy walking trails to allow visitors to observe the different plant species and trees that inhabit the reserves.
Once you’ve fed your eyes on the gorgeous scenery, feed your hunger at any of the amazing locally-owned restaurants. From greasy burgers to poke bowls, a wine bar, Italian dishes, and seafood, downtown Martinsburg gives your tastebuds a vacation from the ordinary.
Change your view from the office window to the beautiful scenery of Berkeley County, WV. Plan your custom vacation and outdoor adventures through the Martinsburg-Berkeley County CVB’s website, www.TravelWV.com, or the CVB’s free app “Visit Martinsburg, WV.” The Martinsburg-Berkeley County CVB can be reached at 304-264-8801.