Come to Hampshire County. Unplug from technology, enjoy a scenic train ride, take a float trip on the South Branch, visit a farmers market or fruit stand. Spend a few days in our quiet, two-lane paradise.
Fine Jewelry and Gifts. Jeweler on the premises, unique and eclectic shop specializing in antique and vintage jewelry as well as contemporary and custom design. Gift shop next door includes WV Wines, Gourmet, Pottery, Music & Art. Keepers of the Light Candles from A Cheerful Giver. Celebrating 25 years in business.
Bent River Trading Company is an All-WV-Products company that was created to help West Virginia businesses grow and succeed. With products that range from furniture, home goods, and artisan pieces to food and bevearges, BRTC is sure to have something for everyone. With more than one hundred vendors from every corner of the Mountain State, BRTC not only provides a great place to pick up a gift for those mountain lovers in your life, but it also provides a great way to support West Virginian small business owners. Stop in and try to stump Kiersten on details about any of the vendors (bet you can’t), and listen to the record player crackle. We know you’ll want to stay a while.
Bent River Woodworks is a small veteran-owned and family-operated woodworking business located in Capon Bridge, WV. The owners have over 50 years of combined woodworking experience. As proud partners with Bent River Trading Company, Bent River Woodworks produces high quality furniture for exclusive retail availability in Bent River Trading Company. Bent River Woodworks also takes orders for custom and original pieces that range from mantles, furniture, office décor, and home/office installations. In addition, Bent River Woodworks will soon begin providing lumber and woodworking supplies for local craftsmen and DIY projects alike. Keep checking in to see material prices and availability.
Farm fresh produce, products and locally made moonshine. Home of the Squirrel Festival held annually the Saturday before Thanksgiving. Doors open at 4 pm and we eat at 5 pm. Veteran Owned-Operated family farm founded by former Marine, Calvin Riggleman. Bigg Riggs proudly serves our local WV community and three different farmers market in the Northern VA area, offering farm fresh produce and products.
Located a short 2.5 hour drive from DC, this beautiful spot in West Virginia offers everything needed to create a once-in-a-lifetime adventure. CTO Kayak & Canoe Rentals outfit groups to paddle or float down the South Branch of the Potomac — choose a section that fits your timeline.
Our farm is a multigenerational, environmentally protected family farm, where we sustainably raise and sell 100% grass-fed, dry aged, angus beef and lamb. We also are home to Mountain Barn Venue in our 100 year old restored barn, tucked into the Blue Ridge Mountains of West Virginia, just 30 minutes outside of Winchester. Bluegrass in the Barn is our monthly and bimonthly concert series that we host with house band Bud’s Collective. Come on out to the farm to try our high quality, delicious grass-fed meat, shop homemade products and farm apparel, check out our rustic barn for an authentic farm wedding or special occasion, and party down with us to rocking, contemporary bluegrass mountain music.
Natural Produce, pasture raised chicken & lamb, fresh eggs, raw honey, beeswax candles, CSA, Delivery Available.
Local history references, genealogy reference center. Museum features local artifacts, open when library is open.
Swiss chocolate creations and fresh produce grown on the farm!
Proudly serving locally sourced meats (butchered on site), dairy, local produce, honey, eggs, cheese, jams, pastries, and dry goods.
Growing Art, Love, & Community. Featuring local & regional artisans. A fresh take on rustic decor, handcrafted jewelry & gifts. Vintage-inspired style. Fresh local baked goods, wines and boutique clothing.
We employ green-cycle farming, growing and harvesting corn, sorghum, grapes, nut and fruit trees this is for eating and distillation of Whiskey, Gin, Brandies, Rum and moonshine. Distillery by-products and water recovery is used for feed, fertilizer, and irrigation. Most of the 30 acres is left wild for native flora and fauna. There is 5 acres of pasture land with a small creek and stocked fishing pond; a large barn for events, i.e. birthday parties, weddings, music venues, etc. Soon offering classes in liquor and cordial making; fragrances and essences.
A small book business dedicated to keeping the past alive in Hampshire Co., WV area.
Fort Edwards was one of many forts guarding the Virginia frontier during the French and Indian War. In the late 1740’s, this river valley was one of several areas surveyed for Lord Fairfax by the young George Washington. In 1756, Col. Washington’s Virginia Regiment led a raid from the small fort which stumbled into an ambush of over 100 French and Indian raiders in the largest and most costly encounter between Virginia and French-Indian forces. Today, the Fort Edwards Foundation preserves this historic site and operates a small Visitor Center with a museum, maps, and books. Located in Capon Bridge just 20 miles west of Winchester.
Fort Mill Ridge Civil War Trenches are among the best-preserved civil war trenches in the nation. Built by Union troops in 1863, the fort is comprised of an outer ring of entrenchments and a central redoubt for artillery. At one time, two infantry regiments of 2,000 men guarded this extensive network of trenches to control key roadways and enable defense of the B&O Railroad line. Trail information provides an overview of the fort and its history. The trail loop takes approximately 45 minutes to one hour. The fort is located 2.6 miles west of Romney, on Route 50, starting at light in the center of Romney.
This large alpaca farm in Augusta produces yarn and many beautiful alpaca objects. The Farm offers a selection of many different fine alpaca products available in our farm store including alpaca rugs, alpaca hats (knitted, woven and fur), purses, yarn, socks, headbands, shawls, alpaca scarves, handmade soaps and more. Call for Appointments
Fall thru Spring at The Bottling Works and occasionally other venues. Free ‘Summer Concerts on the Lawn’ one Sunday evening per month call for more information: 304-496-8002. Or sign up for Free weekly e-mail Arts Alerts at www.hampshirearts.org
Local Craftsmen/women, writers, musicians & artisans bring together a delightful mix of unique gifts. Also, many ‘taste’ of the farm items, homemade bakery items & sweets for the sweet(ie).
There are 5 parks located throughout Hampshire County. The Parks include: picnic pavilions, outdoor amphitheaters, horseshoe pits, basketball and sand volleyball courts. ‘Hampshire Park’ has a fully furnished kitchen, dining facility and bunk houses.
It is designated by the National Park Service as a National Natural Landmark which protects birds and plants usually found in much colder regions. Ice Mountain gets its name from the arctic air escaping from the vents. Please contact the docents to visit and tour the Preserve at least two weeks in advance OR contact The Nature Conservancy in West Virginia.
Contains an ancient burial area for Indians. Although never excavated, authorities suggest it may have been built between AD 500 and AD 1000 by the Hopewellian tribe. The Cemetery, located just outside Romney looking over the South Branch River, is also home to the Confederate Monument, supported by local Confederate soldiers and families who organized the Confederate Memorial Association.
Sweet Corn & Green Beans
This small Huacaya Alpaca Farm in Capon Bridge has Alpaca yarns; products; raw fiber; handmade alpaca shawls; and alpacas.
Hampshire County is the home of four native trout streams and six stocked locations. These include Mill Creek, Mill Run, Dillon’s Run, Edwards Run, North River and Warden Lake.
Quality farm raised “craft” hamburger, steaks and eggs by the dozen or 18 carton.
Your journey begins at Wappocomo Station, situated next to a charming homestead and a sprawling view of the mountains. Enjoy the sounds of vintage diesels as they lead you through beautiful pastures and farms dating back to the 1700s. As you wind along the South Branch of the Potomac River, you’ll enter a visually striking gorge known as the Trough. One of the most scenic spots along the South Branch, the Trough is home to American bald eagles. Excursions run May through November.
Fresh Seasonal Produce Powder Keg Farms provides specialty produce, poultry and eggs to area restaurants. Our roots truly run deep. We practice heritage-based farming in the new “old way,” relying on our multi-generational passion for the land and its bounty. Our Mission: To produce wholesome foods, raised naturally.
Nestled in West Virginia’s beautiful Appalachian mountains, at only 2o mins from Winchester, VA. Puesta Del Sol Farm is surrounded by lush fields and a mountainous backdrop—providing a stunning and serene venue for the perfect wedding, reunion or weekend retreat. Whether exchanging vows by a scenic overlook, dining in our private wine cellar, or dancing the night away in our celebration barn, you’ll be making long-lasting memories from sunrise to well past the magnificent Appalachian sunset.
We raise hair sheep, cattle and hogs on the pastures of the Potomac Highlands of West Virginia. We are blessed to be full time farmers and to be able to provide a wholesome, sustainable and most importantly, local meat source.
Economical finds and treasures! Hampshire County's oldest thrift store in operation!
At Romney Cycles we are ‘powersports’ enthusiasts. We are excited to help you experience fun and adventure that a quality Bri-Mar Carry-on Trailer, Kawasaki, Suzaki and Yamaha vehicles can bring. Our service department has received top awards, ratings and customer satisfaction. Come in and visit us.
A curated collection of vintage home goods, furniture, locally sourced art and such.
Pick your own sweet & sour cherries, apples, plums, & peaches!
Pick your own cherries & black raspberries, peaches, cherries, plums, nectarines, tomatoes, cantaloupes & apples!
Cherries, pears, plums, peaches, apples & fresh apple cider!
Vegetables, gourds, fruits, honey, & jellies
A Clapboard “half” house built by Francis Taggart (or Tygart), a Quaker, on Lot #58 of the 100s of lots Lord Fairfax had surveyed to encourage settlement in the “western” counties. Built between 1795 & 1798 it has been a private residence until late 1990s. It was purchased by Fort Mill Ridge Foundation & currently houses a Civil War Museum. A Gift Shop has books, postcards, Civil War prints, and Fenton Art Glass. Museum Tours by appointment. Contact: 681.231.2400
Hampshire County West Virginia’s community cultural center, home of the Hampshire County Convention and Visitors Bureau, activities of the Hampshire County Arts Council, meeting place of Romney Rotary club. Performance and event space available for rent.
Full of the latest in country decor, country printed accents, country furniture, flags, seasonal scents and more.
The only log house still standing on its original lot in Romney. It contains civil war memorabilia and the personal effects of the Davis family who lived there more than 150 years. The collection is maintained by the Hampshire County Public Library.
Krazy Kettle Korn, Ice Cream, Delicious homemade Amish Jelly Antiques, Lit-canvases, plaques, wall items, paintings, Local handcrafted items, glassware & china, furniture, Tools, Sweet country decor, Things New & Old.
The River House is a participatory, community-based, arts and music venue. Located in a historic building overlooking the Cacapon River, the program includes live performaces, art classes, community gatherings and open workspace. In addition to group activities, local artists enjoy this venue for demonstrating and selling their work. Free wi-fi and a nourishing menu of local pastries, home-made dishes and espresso bar add to the welcoming “sit and stay awhile” ambience.
Shopping/Retail, Upscale Resale Boutique. AE, Hollister, Abercrombie, Talbots - designer clothes, handbags, shoes, jewelry, home furnishing & repurpose thrifting
Small scale, eco-restorative, biodynamic and all natural medicinal and culinary herb farm nestled in the Potomac Highlands of West Virginia with natural springs thousands of years old providing the cleanest waters to enhance wellness. We ship to all 50 states!
One Of A kind Since 2009!
Welcome to WV Broom Barn! We specialize in hand-made corn brooms. Excellent gift, holiday, everyday, wedding, and hand fasting ideas for everyone!
COVID19 Update: Please call the shop to make an appointment for a visit at 304-496-7238.