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Berkeley Springs State Park, Berkeley Springs

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Berkeley Springs State Park is situated in the center of Berkeley Springs, West Virginia, USA. The centerpiece of the Park is its historic mineral spa. These waters were celebrated for their medicinal or restorative powers and were generally taken internally for digestive disorders, or bathed in for stress relief. Native peoples visited these springs as did George Washington. Berkeley Springs is the only state-run spa in the United States and is operated by the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources.

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Berkeley Springs State Park reviews

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  • The park is very small but they have a museum above the roman bath house which was great. We also enjoyed the Roman Bath house during our resent visit. Very relaxing. 
    The park is very small but they have a museum above the roman bath house which was great. We also enjoyed the Roman Bath house during our resent visit. Very relaxing.  more »
  • This little park is the heart of Berkley Springs. It was very interesting to learn about the springs and baths. We did not use the baths, but we ended up sitting and enjoying the park several times... 
    This little park is the heart of Berkley Springs. It was very interesting to learn about the springs and baths. We did not use the baths, but we ended up sitting and enjoying the park several times...  more »
  • Nice little park in the center of town. You can see George Washington's purported bathtub. Put your hand in the spring water and feel the warmth. 
    Nice little park in the center of town. You can see George Washington's purported bathtub. Put your hand in the spring water and feel the warmth.  more »
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  • I went to the Fairie Festival here this past weekend and loved the experience! I love the wide variety of events hosted here! There is a beautiful gazebo for when it rains, and the atmosphere is very relaxing. Good vibes only!
  • This is a great place to bring the grandkids! Lots of history, the museum tells the story of this interesting park. Be sure to take some water home with you, it makes great coffee!
  • Free natural spring water. You can buy a gallon jug from the gift shop for a $1 donation. Take your shoes off and wade in the healing water. It was warm in November! Worth the stop. 6 girlfriends went and we all loved it.
  • Quiet little place with historical bath houses because of the nice mineral springs. You can come get the mineral water for free if you bring your own container. Before we arrived, we tried to book a spa time but couldn't get anyone on the phone, left messages as instructed but no one called back. After we were at our airbnb, we finally able to book time for the Roman bath. Half-hour is the perfect time to soak, it was a nice experience.
  • Came here for the spa associated and loved it. Warm natural springs, saunas, and showers all well maintained and staffed by wonderful people. A really nice way to relax in a cute town. I didn't know all the history associated with this town but it was super cool and unique to learn about the birth place of the American Spa. Also hilarious to imagine the forefathers of the US bathing in these outdoor stone tubs!

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