Berryville and Boyce Community Information

Nestled in the Old Dominion state of Virginia, Berryville and Boyce have witnessed an incredible array of key events in the nation’s history. Clarke County’s namesake--a revolutionary patriot General George Rogers Clarke--helped familiarize its establishment in 1836. In 1864 during the Civil War, Confederate John Singleton Mosby raided a Berryville supply train. Additionally, General Robert E. Lee camped in Berryville before heading for Gettysburg. Anyone interested in the county’s history will enjoy a visit to the Clarke County African-American Museum & Cultural Center. The museum is located in the Josephine City School, an 1882 structure that is listed on both the state and national registers of historic places.

A plethora of local annual events further maintain and promote Berryville and Boyce’s unique history and culture. Aside from the Berryville Barns Festival and horse shows at the Fairgrounds, enjoy spring’s Blue Ridge Hunt Point-to-Point Races or art shows at the Burwell-Morgan Mill. Complete your summer with the Old Fashioned 4th of July Celebration, Firemen’s Yard Party, and the Clarke County Fair. Visit the Clarke County Farmers’ Market from June through October. Only five miles away, Sky Meadows State Park in Paris offers a bridle trail and equestrian staging zone.

The Blue Ridge Mountains have inspired many a warm folksong. Discover a bounty of historic places and breathtaking tranquility in its captivating mountainous expanse. Shenandoah National Park’s 196,000 acres offer even more natural beauty. Choose to stay in Lewis Mountain cabins, Big Meadows Lodge, or Skyland Resort. Bird lovers will adore the scenic paradise. The George Washington and Jefferson National Forests arise nearby.

A plethora of local annual events further maintain and promote Berryville and Boyce’s unique history and culture. Aside from the Berryville Barns Festival and horse shows at the Fairgrounds, enjoy spring’s Blue Ridge Hunt Point-to-Point Races or art shows at the Burwell-Morgan Mill. Complete your summer with the Old Fashioned 4th of July Celebration, Firemen’s Yard Party, and the Clarke County Fair. Visit the Clarke County Farmers’ Market from June through October. Only five miles away, Sky Meadows State Park in Paris offers a bridle trail and equestrian staging zone.

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