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.
pick your own sweet & sour cherries, apples, plums, & peaches
This small Huacaya Alpaca Farm in Capon Bridge has Alpaca yarns; products; raw fiber; handmade alpaca shawls; and alpacas.
Cherries & Peaches, Apples, eating & sauce
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. Fishing Regulations and maps: http://www.wvdnr.gov Licenses can be purchased online at: https://www.wvhunt.com Other Fishing Events can be found on the Hampshire County Parks website: http://www.hampshirecountyparks.com
Candles, home & garden décor, bracelets, rings, teen jewelry, men’s jewelry. UPS shipping, daily pickup by 2PM.
Quality farm raised “craft” hamburger, steaks and eggs by the dozen or 18 carton.
Art (original oils, watercolors, and old painting); antiques (furniture and glassware); jewelry (from Anderson’s Corner); vintage clothing from The Farmer’s Wife Antiques; American Indian Artifacts Museum; WV art pottery; flowers; a flea market
Apples, Peaches, Pumpkins
Gifts and collectible items, jewelry, handcrafts
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
Economical finds and treasures, antiques.
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.
Fresh and silk flowers, retail gifts, baskets, pottery, ironwork, stepping stones
Textile Arts – Art Studio and workshop featuring hand-hooked rugs.
cherries, pear, plum, peaches and apples, fresh apple cider
Get all your Hunting and Fishing Supplies. TECHNO 400 PRO: Call for an appointment to shoot, only $10 for 30 minutes.
vegetables, gourds, fruits, honey, & jellies
Antiques, vintage items, flea market & ‘yard sale’
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 GOOGLE MAP
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. CONTACT: 304-496-8162 facility rental questions 304-703-1350 Arts Council performances info
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. Visitors can contact the Library for Tours: Hampshire County Public Library – Romney Hours Mon/Wed/Fri: 10am – 6pm Tue/Thurs: 9am – 7pm Sat: 10am – 4pm Sun: Closed
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 teh 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 nourishiing menu of local pastries, home-made dishes and expresso bar add to the welcoming “sit and stay awhile” ambiance. Hours: Thur – 7 am – 5 pm Fri – 7 am – 5 pm Sat – 10 am – 5 pm Sun – 10 am – 4 pm Cafe hours are extended for evening events.
Paddle through the Wilderness in Hampshire County from the Canoe rentals, fishing supplies (no licenses) bait, drinks, snacks, ice. Another way to witness the American Bald Eagles flying over the Trough. 9 1/2 miles south on South Branch River Rd. off US 50 W from Romney. Open April – Mid October Wednesday-Monday: 8AM – 6PM
Hiking Trails located in the following Wildlife Management Areas of Hampshire County (click link): Fort Mill Ridge Short Mountain Nathaniel Mountain Edwards Run Springfield (White Horse) (TBD) Ice Mountain Preserve George Washington & Jefferson National Forest