North Tennessee Ave., Martinsburg: 19.5 acres.
From Interstate 81, take Exit 13 (King Street.) Turn East toward Martinsburg. Continue several blocks until you see Eddie’s Tire on the left. Just before Eddie’s Tire is Tennessee Avenue. Turn left onto Tennessee Avenue. War Memorial Park is less than a mile on the left
War Memorial Park is the gem stone of Berkeley County’s 16 public parks. Maintained and operated by the Martinsburg-Berkeley County Parks & Recreation Board, War Memorial Park offers a tremendous variety of facilities and programs, by far, Berkeley County’s heaviest used facility.
The center of the park is dedicated to honoring Berkeley County war veterans. The park’s facilities include:
- Outdoor pool facility that includes competition pool, heated leisure pool, and bath house Pool Rates and Hours
- maintenance garage
- six pavilions
- two outdoor tennis courts
- two sand volleyball courts
- three public restrooms facilities
- 18 hole lighted miniature golf course
- concession stand
- four playground areas
- numerous open picnic areas
- covered concert stage and bleachers
- extensive parking areas
The rolling 20 acres is full of beautiful trees providing much shade and color to the park. Limestone rock breaks add to its mystique and on the north end flows the Tuscarora Creek, used for trout fishing and wading.
The pavilions are booked solid all summer long and the pool gets tremendous use during public hours and private rentals from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day.
Parks & Recreation offers its swim lessons program at this facility each summer with over 1,200 registrations per summer.
Other events include a 12 week summer concert series free to the public.
Special events include annual Memorial Day Program, June Jubilee, July Fourth Celebration and Labor Day Breakfast.
The park became a public park in 1947 and in 1987 was deeded to the City of Martinsburg to be maintained by the Martinsburg-Berkeley County Parks and Recreation Board.