One of theMid-Atlantic's most popular golf destinations for many years is the scenic Cacapon Resort State Park. The challenging championship golf course is set in the rolling foothills of the 2300 foot Cacapon Mountain and is the centerpiece of the 6,000 acre park in Berkeley Springs, West Virginia, which happens to boast the nation's oldest spa.
One of the top courses in the state of West Virginia is Locust Hill Golf Club in Charles Town. Locust Hill maintains championship golf conditions with outstanding bent grass tees and greens. Playing at just over 7,000 yards from the tips, Locust Hill provides plenty of challenge. Lakes, ponds and streams bring 35 acres of water into play on ten holes.
Located at the northern entrance to the Shenandoah Valley, in Hedgesville, WV, The Woods Resort has 36 holes of Championship Golf. Part of an 1800-acre resort community, The Woods has two golf courses, the 18-hole Mountain View and the 18-hole Stony Lick Mid-Length course.