The Potomac Highlands region is in West Virginia. The Potomac Highlands of West Virginia is a large region comprised of 11 counties. This region is filled with hills and mountains that provide remarkable beauty, but at the same time make travel by land difficult.
Potomac Highlands Hotels
Search for hotels in Martinsburg (7 miles south), Falling Waters (6 miles east), Clear Spring (8 miles northeast), Hagerstown (16 miles northeast) and Williamsport (10 miles east).
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Berkeley Springs is a town of 663 people in the eastern panhandle of West Virginia, across the border from Maryland.
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Elkins is a city of 7,032 people in Randolph County, West Virginia.
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Harper's Ferry lies in the northern corner of the Shenandoah Valley just inside West Virginia.
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Shepherdstown is a small historic town in the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia, on the Potomac River and near both the Maryland and Virginia borders.
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Helvetia is an unincorporated community in Randolph County, West Virginia.
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Charles Town is a small historic town in West Virginia, and one of the state's most visited attractions.
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Moorefield is a city in the Potomac Highlands region of West Virginia.
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Davis is a city in the Potomac Highlands region of West Virginia.
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Romney is a city in the Potomac Highlands region of West Virginia.
Rocky Glen Manufactured Housing Community
7 Sumter Drive, Martinsburg
☎ +1 304-274-3295
Gantts Mobile Home Community
360 Janesa Drive, Martinsburg
☎ +1 304-263-7293
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Holiday Inn Express Martinsburg-North
Rated 3.5 of 5
1220 T J Jackson Drive, Falling Waters
☎ +1 304-274-6100
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Quality Inn Spring Mills - Martinsburg North
1220 T J Jackson Drive, Falling Waters
☎ +1 304-274-6100
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North American Bushcraft School
1435 Providence Church Road, Hedgesville
☎ +1 202-649-0017
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