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Eastern Panhandle

West Virginia’s Eastern Panhandle travel region offers a relaxing getaway from the city and loads of family-friendly fun with activities for all ages. From harvesting your own seasonal produce, like blueberries and pumpkin picking, to wineries and locally sourced produce, jams and butters, this region merges the history of Harper’s Ferry with the roots of the Appalachian experience.

a bridge over water near a hill on a bright day

For hands-on experiences, check out any of the u-pick farms in the area such as the Green Gate Farm or Orr’s Farm Market. Satisfy your tastebuds with a farm-to-table restaurant such as Cider Press Deli and Grill housed inside Taylor’s Farm Market. Quench your thirst at one of the many wineries or breweries such as The Rusty Nail Winery. Explore historical landmarks and so much more in notable resorts, parks, inns, and farm stays such as the Martinsburg Barndominium and La Soledad Lavender Farm.

When looking for a relaxing, family-friendly getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city, consider West Virginia’s Eastern Panhandle.

For a complete guide of agritourism offerings in the Eastern Panhandle, download the Meet Me in the Mountain State Eastern Panhandle travel guide.

Download our Eastern Panhandle Travel Guide

Wineries, Cideries, Breweries & Distilleries


U-Picks &Farm Markets


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