- The list below includes 37 free or cheap things to do in or near Berkeley Springs, West Virginia, including 66 different types of inexpensive activities like Art Gallery, Movie Theaters, Breweries and Art Museum.
- From Cacapon State Park to Prospect Peak, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Berkeley Springs and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Martinsburg, Hagerstown, Cumberland and Flintstone.
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Dedicated to the history of West Virginia, For the Kids, By George Children's Museum provides connections to George Washington's activities in the area. The museum offers a virtual bike tour, furnished log cabin, railroad exhibit and general store.
An easy to moderate hiking and biking trail through scenic wilderness, the Eastern Panhandle Recreational Trail stretches about eleven miles. A paved trail, it has clear signage, benches, and information markers.
Built in the colonial era, the Adam Stephen House is exemplary of colonial architecture. Now a museum, it features collections of art and artifacts, including fossils and primitive stone tools unearthed from the caverns beneath the house.
Featuring free Wi-Fi, Pikeside Bowl offers 10-pin bowling with shoe rental and pro shop with bags, balls and shoes. The bowling alley also has an arcade room, a private room for parties and events and serves food and drinks.
The Speedway on National Pike is an old-fashioned speedway with grand stand seating and clean restrooms. They have a food selection of burgers hot dogs, pizza, fries and more. Visitors can camp for free on the premises.
Rocking S Ranch, in the northern foothills of the Shenandoah Valley, offers trail rides through Civil War terrain, private and group horseback riding lessons, pony rides at the ranch, and pony pizza parties for birthday celebrations. Reservations required.