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Berkeley Springs, West Virginia

Berkeley Springs is a popular resort area with tourism the main industry in the county and four full service spas using the mineral water. It is the home of the Berkeley Springs International Water Tasting, the longest running and largest such event in the world. Since 1994, the town has been listed in all four editions of John Villani’s “100 Best Art Towns in America,” one of only 11 towns so rated.

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Mormon Population

Mormons make up 0.35% of the population of Berkeley Springs. The state of West Virginia has 16,710 members in 4 stakes, 26 wards, 12 branches, and 1 mission.

LDS History

Luke S. Johnson and William W. McLellin were sent to what is now West Virginia by Joseph Smith on 25 January 1832. They preached in Cabell County, just over the Ohio River from Ohio on the western tip of West Virginia. The Prophet Joseph Smith visited Wheeling on 4 April 1832 and purchased paper for the Church’s press that was then located in Jackson County, Mo. The paper was used to publish the Book of Commandments.

Family Friendliness

Berkeley Springs boasts warm mineral springs, world class dining, blocks of distinctive shops, full-service spas and more than 100 lodging choices from elegant B&Bs and historic inns to cabins and resorts. Golf, hiking, biking and swimming share the schedule with year ’round festivals, live music and theater.

Washington DC Temple

100 miles SE of Berkeley Springs

Demographics:

The population of Berkeley Springs was 624 at the 2010 United States Census. The town is located within the Hagerstown-Martinsburg, MD-WV Metropolitan Statistical Area.

Climate:

Berkeley Springs has four distinct seasons in the area. The summers are usually warm, but can occasionally get hot. The fall is variable, and winter is very unpredictable. Temperatures in winter can vary from -4 degrees Fahrenheit to around the lower 70s. In recent years the area has had around 15-25 inches of snow.

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