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5-day Itinerary in Berkeley Springs

Day 1:

  • Visit the Berkeley Springs State Park – This park is home to the famous warm mineral springs that the town is named after. Take a dip in the Roman Bath House or relax in the outdoor pools.
  • Explore the Morgan County Courthouse – This historic courthouse was built in 1928 and features beautiful architecture and a museum on the second floor.
  • Take a stroll through the Berkeley Springs Farmers Market – Open on Sundays, this market features local produce, crafts, and live music. (Only on Sundays)

Day 2:

  • Visit the Museum of Berkeley Springs – This museum showcases the history of the town and its famous mineral springs.
  • Take a hike in Cacapon State Park – This park offers over 20 miles of hiking trails, as well as fishing, swimming, and golfing.
  • Enjoy a spa treatment at one of the many spas in town – Berkeley Springs is known for its relaxing and rejuvenating spa treatments.

Day 3:

  • Visit the Ice House – This former ice factory has been converted into a community arts center, featuring galleries, studios, and performances.
  • Take a scenic drive through the countryside – Morgan County is home to beautiful rolling hills and farmland.
  • Enjoy a meal at one of the many local restaurants – Berkeley Springs has a variety of dining options, from casual cafes to fine dining.

Day 4:

  • Visit the Berkeley Springs Castle – This unique castle was built in 1885 and now serves as a museum and event space.
  • Take a pottery class at the Frog Valley Artisans – This studio offers classes and workshops in pottery, glassblowing, and more.
  • Explore the shops and boutiques in downtown Berkeley Springs – The town is home to a variety of unique shops and galleries.

Day 5:

  • Take a scenic drive to the Paw Paw Tunnel – This historic tunnel is part of the C&O Canal and offers beautiful views of the Potomac River.
  • Visit the Berkeley Springs Brewing Company – This local brewery offers a variety of craft beers and a cozy atmosphere.
  • Take a horseback ride through the countryside – Several local stables offer guided trail rides.

Possible Day Trips:

  • Visit Harpers Ferry National Historical Park – This historic town is located about an hour away and offers hiking, history, and stunning views of the Potomac and Shenandoah Rivers.
  • Explore the Antietam National Battlefield – This Civil War battlefield is located about an hour away and offers a museum, hiking trails, and historic sites.
  • Take a trip to Washington, D.C. – The nation’s capital is located about two hours away and offers endless museums, monuments, and attractions.