Inwood and Bunker Hill are neighboring communities in Berkeley County. Bunker Hill is the first permanent settlement of record in West Virginia and home to Bunker Hill State Park. Inwood is known for its orchards and Musselman applesauce, and is a major railway stop for the transport of local agricultural products. Thanks to their central location between Martinsburg and Winchester, and attractively affordable home prices, the areas have experienced a steady residential growth through the years.
These towns are located along Interstate 81 and U.S. Route 11. The Inwood-Bunker Hill area is an excellent option for families looking for people taking jobs at the nearby Proctor & Gamble plant or at the Amazon Packaging Center just over the border in Virginia.
This family-friendly area includes JayDee’s Family Fun Center in Inwood, which features an arcade, mini golf, go karts, batting cages, a jungle gym, and water park.
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