Moving ToMartinsburg

Your Ultimate Guide

 The City of Martinsburg, recognized as the "fastest growing City in the State" is known as the "Gateway to the Shenandoah Valley." Located in the heart of the Eastern Panhandle, the City serves as the county seat to Berkeley County. 

Resources

Neighborhoods

War Memorial Park

 

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MARTINSBURG HIGH - A STAR IN THE HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL ARENA

Martinsburg has been runner-up in the AAA State Football Championship on four separate occasions since 2000 and has won 8 championships in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2019. Martinsburg holds West Virginia's record of most consecutive high school AAA Football Championships of all time

Not To Miss In Martinsburg

 

The Caperton MARC Train Station

& Roundhouse Museum

This is the MARC train station used every day by people commuting or visiting the DC area. It has been maintained and restored with the feel of a train depot you'd see in the early history of this county and the station has seen many historic events. In 1862, it witnessed the destruction of the B&O Roundhouses and shops by General Stonewall Jackson, and the following year General Robert E. Lee's army retreated through Martinsburg two blocks west following the Battle of Gettysburg. The Great Railroad Strike of 1877, the first national labor strike, began here. The station is also the portal to the state's first Civil War Trail.  The Roundhouse is a museum and hosts events.

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