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Offers Acupuncture, Chiropractic,Life Coaching, specialized Massage Therapy, Certified Reflexology and a unique form of Reiki. All services are geared towards the health of each of our clients. Our center schedules private time for groups and we also offer classes.

(304) 258-6678

304-258-1300 / 304-258-5555
Fitness center passes, personal training, yoga, aquatic, aerobics, step & Kickboxing sessions. Birthday parties, gymnasium & conference room rental available with wireless network & television display (with advance notice).

Getaway Packages:
Fitness Center Two Day Pass $20.00 / per person

One Week Membership $25.00 / per person

Combination Packages: (classes & schedule of events can be found on website at www.rankin-fitness.com)

Fitness Center Two Day Pass and one fitness class $30.00

Fitness Center Two Day Pass and two fitness classes $38.00

Fitness Center Two Day Pass and a one hour session with certified personal trainer $50.00

One hour of personal training $35.00

Fitness Center Two Day Pass and two one hour sessions with a certified personal $75.00

Groups of 8-10 one hour yoga session $100.00

Host a Birthday Party in Gymnasium $125.00

Conference Room w/Flat Screen TV & Wireless Network $50.00 / hour

Star Theater
MORE THAN JUST A MOVIE THEATRE!

Enjoy a movie at the Vintage Star Theatre.

First-run films in a vintage, Depression-era movie house in the heart of town.


A Tradition of Arts & Culture

In the 18th century, Bath (today’s Berkeley Springs) was the new country’s only fashionable spa town. Traveling preachers complained that those taking the waters preferred touring actors.

David Hunter Strother, known as Porte Crayon was an outstanding 19th century sketch artist and one of America’s first travel writers. He owned the 500-room Berkeley Springs Hotel and entertained other writers including the great American author Washington Irving who visited Berkeley Springs and was introduced to lawn bowling.

Cottagers and hotel guests in Victorian Bath enjoyed professional bands and often staged amateur theatricals. An Opera House was built in 1902 and movies were first shown there in 1909.

The spa town’s history has always been an alluring topic for study. In Berkeley Springs today history and culture are routinely part of daily life, considered essential for the community's well being.There is an award-winning arts council, several galleries and a community of more than 125 working artists, musicians and authors with more settling here daily.


Visit the Ice House Artist's Co-op, a unique gallery showcasing and selling the work of more than 30 local and regional artists. Open weekends (and Fridays during the season) the Co-op Gallery is housed at the Ice House, home of the Morgan Arts Council and center for visual and performing arts of all media. The Ice House is located in the heart of historic Berkeley Springs, one of the 100 best small art towns in America.

Since 1987, free concerts in Berkeley Springs State Park every Saturday in July and August at 5:30pm have been MAC's signature program. Families sit on blankets, children wade in the run, and senior citizens line up their lawn chairs under the trees. Professional musicians perform music ranging from reggae and steel drums to swing, blues and jazz.

Housing a rare Cassegrain telescope, the cedar-sided observatory with rotating dome is open for scheduled public viewing and star shows. On a ridge about 10 miles south of Berkeley Springs on Winchester Grade Road, next to Greenwood School. (304) 258-1013.


Bi-Annual Studio Tour and Art Sale

Always on Memorial Day Weekend and two weeks after Columbus Day.



Quail Hollow Farm offers a sweeping panoramic vista of mountains, orchards and fields to enjoy while checking out the wide selection of hard to find herbs, as well as many varieties of the familiar favorites.

Old Bedford Village welcomes you to discover America's history. Our living history village brings the past into the present. Old Bedford Village offers a rich variety of educational and entertainment activities. Visitors of all ages will enjoy our military and civilian re-enactments, colonial crafts, exhibits and instructions, festivals, murder/mystery evenings, old fashioned Christmas celebrations and more!

220 Sawblade Rd.
Bedford, PA 15522
Phone (814) 623-1156