Clarion Hotel & Conference Center
233 Lowe Drive
Shepherdstown, WV 25443
Phone: (304) 876-7000
Fax: (304) 876-8454
233 Lowe Drive, Shepherdstown, WV, US, 25443
- Phone: (304) 876-7000
- Fax: (304) 876-8454
With over 20 acres of shade trees, meadows, playgrounds and spring-fed streams, Morgan's Grove Park serves as an idyllic site for community gatherings, such as the annual Labor Day Community Picnic. Complete facilities include amenities for picnics and play. Morgan's Grove Park is available for rental.
Popodicon, the Southern mansion style home of Shepherd College's presidential families, is a highlight of the Shepherdstown community and is rich in history, charm, and beauty. Located on Shepherd Grade Road, Popodicon is surrounded by 126 acres of rolling land, including stately lawns and formal gardens. The estate's history goes back to 1879 when Henry W. Potts, a civil engineer, came to Shepherdstown to lay out a section of the valley branch of the Norfolk and Western Railroad.
The Rumsey Monument was erected in honor of James Rumsey, the inventor of the steam ship.
The Shepherdstown Public Library is located in a unique historic building that began its life in the summer of 1800 as a market house.
Sam Michael's Park occupies 130 acres of undulating greens, and is one of the pivotal recreation spots for the people of Shenandoah Junction. A community center inside can be rented for wedding receptions, school reunions, business events, festivals, exhibitions and private parties. This pet-friendly park always welcomes dogs and children who have their own designated spaces. Summers and weekends get busy as the picnic tables and barbecue grills are put to good use by families and friends. Come to Sam Michael's Park for some recreation!
Tolson's Chapel is located at Maryland, United States. This historic African American church dates back to the 1860s and was incorporated in the National Register of Historic Places in 2008.
Experience the harvests and capture the mood of the seasons. Discover the satisfaction of picking your own apples and pumpkins in the natural beauty of this farm setting.
A privately owned limestone cave in the middle of the highway, Crystal Grottoes Caverns is an interesting landmark to explore. Discovered by accident in 1920, the underground cave has spectacular formations- stalactites and columns that are preserved naturally. Tours are offered every half hour. Payments are accepted in cash only.
The St. Mark's Episcopal Church is a historic church located in Boonsboro, Maryland. This church was constructed in 1849 by Upton Morin in the Gothic Revival style of architecture, featuring steep gable roofs, a gable porch and a steeple bell tower. Adjoining the church, one can also find a cemetery. The church was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1999.
The site of the former mountain estate of Civil War journalist and author, George Alfred Townsend, Gathland State Park contains many buildings and structures that were designed and constructed by Townsend. The park includes Crampton's Gap, a site of the Battle of South Mountain on September 14, 1862, making it the first major battle of the Civil War fought in Maryland. Gathland features the War Correspondent's Memorial Arch.
Constructed by a local carpenter, this home was built for Samuel, the son of Charles Washington. Samuel Washington was the nephew of George Washington, our first president.
This home was originally built as the manse, or home for the Presbyterian minister and is still used for that purpose today.