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Papa's Campsite

Martinsburg, Berkeley, West Virginia
4 acres hosted by Kenneth & Valerie S.
12 RV/tent sites
Welcome to our veteran-owned campsite, where southern hospitality and roots combine to create an unforgettable experience. Our establishment, which is nestled in one of West Virginia's finest BBQ food locations, not only offers delectable cuisine but also plenty of space for you to wander and unwind in a peaceful setting. On our property, we also have Snooks Shaved Ice & Soft Serve to cool you off in the summertime. And if you have a craving for shaved ice or soft serve ice cream in the fall, no worries—just stop by! Snooks offer a variety of flavors to suit everyone's taste. Situated amidst a private setting, our location boasts four acres of flat, level grassland, surrounded by a canopy of trees. Whether you're savoring our delicious BBQ offerings or simply taking in the peaceful surroundings, we invite you to experience the perfect blend of southern hospitality and natural tranquility. Join us for a memorable journey where great food and a serene atmosphere come together in harmony. Relax and unwind at Papa's Campsite! Whether you prefer lounging by the fire pit or engaging in exciting activities, we've got something for everyone. From ax throwing and horseshoe games to bow and arrow archery to cornhole matches, the fun never ends. Plus, enjoy additional activities like basket pong, Connect Four, and a golf dart game. Join us for a memorable experience filled with leisure and excitement! Martinsburg, WV, located in the Eastern Panhandle, offers a variety of activities and attractions. The town has historical significance and a charming atmosphere. Some notable features include: Martinsburg, WV: Martinsburg is a city located in the eastern panhandle of West Virginia. It has a rich history and is known for its well-preserved historic downtown area. The city has several parks, museums, and cultural attractions. Nearby attractions include Berkeley Springs State Park and Harpers Ferry National Historical Park. Shenandoah Valley, WV: The Shenandoah Valley is a region that spans several states, including West Virginia. It is known for its picturesque landscapes, including the Shenandoah River and the Blue Ridge Mountains. Martinsburg, WV, located in the Eastern Panhandle, offers a variety of activities and attractions. The town has historical significance and a charming atmosphere. Some notable features include: 1. **Berkeley County Historical Society:** Explore the rich history of the area at the Berkeley County Historical Society, which may include exhibits, artifacts, and information about the region's past. 2. **Boydville Mansion:** Visit Boydville Mansion, an elegant historic home that provides insight into the town's architectural and cultural heritage. 3. Martinsburg Roundhouse Center: If you're interested in trains and railroads, the Martinsburg Roundhouse Center showcases the town's railroad history with exhibits and possibly guided tours. 4. Downtown Martinsburg: Stroll through downtown Martinsburg, where you can find local shops, restaurants, and cultural events. It's often a hub for community activities. 5. War Memorial Park: Enjoy outdoor recreation at War Memorial Park, offering green spaces, playgrounds, and walking trails—a great spot for relaxation and family outings. 6. Cultural Events and Festivals: Please check for local events and festivals that might be happening during your visit. Martinsburg hosts various cultural and community celebrations throughout the year. In the vicinity, there are several noteworthy distilleries. One of them is Devil's Due Distillery, a Bourbon Distillery situated in Kearneysville, WV, within the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia. Their expertise lies in crafting whiskies, flavored spirits, moonshines, and liqueurs in Kearneysville, WV. Additionally, there's BootLeg Distilling in Martinsburg, West Virginia, a distillery that is family-owned and operated, originally established in a pole barn.
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Martinsburg, Berkeley, West Virginia, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of Shawandasse Tula (Shawanwaki/Shawnee) and Massawomeck First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Kenneth & Valerie S.Joined in November 2023
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