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The Washington Heritage Trail is a 127-mile (204 km) self-guided driving trail through the easternmost counties of West Virginia's Eastern Panhandle: Berkeley, Jefferson, and Morgan. The trail forms a loop through the three counties and traces the footsteps of George Washington and the marks his family left in the Eastern Panhandle. In addition to homes and sites related to the Washingtons, the Washington Heritage Trail also includes various museums, historic districts, parks, and other sites of historic significance in the area.

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