Berkeley Springs, West Virginia. Do you know the place? Conveniently located in the state’s eastern panhandle, Berkeley Springs is only the location of America’s first spa (and home of George Washington’s bathtub)! And tucked away in this small West Virginia spa and resort town is one of the nicest restaurants in the whole country: Lot 12 Public House. Come along as I show you why this place must be added to your dining bucket list!

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Learn more about Lot 12 Public House and plan your trip to Berkeley Springs to visit this fine dining restaurant, one of the best restaurants in West Virginia (and America!) by heading to the official website of Lot 12 Public House or the Facebook page of Lot 12 Public House.

And of course, while you’re here, take a walk through Berkeley Springs State Park to explore the historically famous natural spring here as well. Have you ever been to this wonderful town? Do you have any other suggestions about what to do in Berkeley Springs, WV? We’d love to read about your experience in the comments section below!

For more fun adventures, be sure to read The Unassuming Town Of Marlinton, West Virginia Is One Of America’s Best Hidden Gems For A Weekend Getaway.

The Unassuming Town Of Marlinton, West Virginia Is One Of America’s Best Hidden Gems For A Weekend Getaway

If you’re still in the mood for more West Virginia adventures, take a look at this video about the abandoned town of Thurmond:

 

 

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What are some day trip itineraries in West Virginia?

  • Summersville Lake in Nicholas County is often referred to as the Little Bahamas of West Virginia.
  • The Lost World Caverns near Lewisburg feature natural underground caverns plunging some 120 feet below the earth’s surface.
  • The Hawk's Nest in Ansted offers a skylift to one of the state’s most beautiful overlooks.

Read on to learn about some of the many other exciting day trip itineraries in West Virginia.

Where can we watch the sunrise in West Virginia?

  • Stonewall Jackson Lake in Roanoke is a popular spot to watch the sunrise.
  • Blackwater Falls in the Allegheny Mountains of Tucker County provides the perfect sunrise backdrop.
  • The Williamstown Bridge which connects Williamstown, West Virginia to Marietta, Ohio over the Ohio River spans 2,615 feet and is a spectacular spot for a sunrise view.

Read on to learn more about some of the best places to see the sunrise in West Virginia.

Where can we find historic sites in West Virginia?

  • In Bethany, you’ll find the Alexander Campbell House, a mansion built in 1793 and named after an early minister in the Restoration/Christianity Movement.
  • The Pearl S. Buck House in Hillsboro is named after the first American writer to win a Nobel Prize for Literature and a Pulitzer Prize.
  • Carnifex Ferry State Park in Summersville is one of the oldest state parks in the United States and the site of several American Civil War Battles.

Read on to learn more about some of the many other interesting historic sites in West Virginia.