Hardy County is named after Samuel Hardy, the renowned lawyer that also served as Lieutenant Governor of Virginia. Today, Hardy County has many great sights and things to do for all kinds of people. Those interested in Hardy County, WV real estate will be able to make their home in a part of the state that has centuries of American history, one-of-a-kind natural landforms, and a number of great places to dine and purchase unique items. Start shopping for homes for sale in Hardy County, WV.
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Hardy County is close to some of the most exciting land in all of West Virginia. Sugar Knob in Wardensville provides wondrous stream scenery for hikers, while Trout Pond in Lost River features picnic tables and barbecue amenities that make it great for a family trip. The South Branch Potomac River, a section of the Potomac River, also flows for miles through points in Hardy County, most notably the town of Moorefield. Get more information about Hardy County demographics.
Real estate in Hardy County is well-suited for people that are passionate about Mother Nature! Browse Hardy County homes for sale by city.
Moorefield in Hardy County is home to some great dining establishments including Colt’s Restaurant and Pizza Park, El Rancho Mexican Restaurant, and Blue’s BBQ, which features live music on Friday & Saturday nights. At the Lost River General Store locals can buy unique crafts such as specialty beers or jams and honey produced locally. When you are a resident of Hardy County you’ll have the chance to find goods that cannot be obtained anywhere else in the country!
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