Martinsburg is the best kept secret in West Virginia. A historic and charming town, Martinsburg is quickly becoming the preferred place to live for those seeking to reside in a community of friends and neighbors that focus on preserving and respecting its unique culture while keeping an eye toward the future.
In Martinsburg, you can experience a wealth of history and culture unlike anywhere else. As Berkeley County's seat, Martinsburg's rich Civil War history is recognized with many of the 300 properties listed on the National Register of Historic Places in the county from this period.
The city's rich history reflects its vibrant cultural opportunities. The landmark Apollo Civic Theatre hosts a variety of musical and theater events throughout the year. The family-friendly atmosphere is highlighted by the popular Apple Harvest Festival, held annually in mid-October, and the West Virginia BBQ & Bluegrass Festival, held annually in September. These are just a few examples of the jewels in Martinsburg's cultural crown.
The stunning mountains, fresh air and breathtaking scenery are perfect backdrops to the amazing outdoor adventures in Martinsburg. The 28,000-acre Sleepy Creek Wildlife Management Area provides miles of scenic hiking and mountain biking trails and the best in hunting and fishing. Golfers find paradise is right in their back yards with The Woods Resort's Mountain View, Stony Lick and Stonebridge Golf Club courses so close to home.
Modern conveniences keep Martinsburg a city on the pulse of the good life. Shopping for just the right thing is always possible in the quaint Olde Towne shopping area, the modern Martinsburg Mall and numerous antique stores. Major employers, including two Enterprise Computing Centers of the Internal Revenue Service, are bolstering the city's economy and continue to attract new businesses.
Martinsburg is only an hour's drive from Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, MD because of its easy access to I-81 and I-70. Martinsburg commuters can also take advantage of the Amtrak and MARC Train rail systems. With so much to offer, it's no surprise that Martinsburg's quaint, small-town charm is a welcome home for its 17,000 residents.
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