Some of the cities, towns, and places in Hampshire County are Augusta, Barnes Mill, Bloomery, Blues Beach, Bubbling Spring, Capon Bridge, Capon Lake, Capon Springs, Capon Springs Station, Cold Stream, Concord, Creekvale, Davis Ford, Delray, Dillons Run, Donaldson, Forks of Cacapon, Frenchburg, Glebe, Good, Grace, Green Spring, Hainesville, Hanging Rock, Higginsville, High View, Hooks Mills, Hoy, Intermont, Jericho, Junction, Kirby, Largent, Lehew, Levels, Little Cacapon, Loom, Mechanicsburg, Millbrook, Millen, Millesons Mill, Neals Run, Nero, North River Mills, Okonoko, Pancake, Pin Oak, Pleasant Dale, Points, Purgitsville, Rada, Raven Rocks, Ridgedale, Rio, Romney, Ruckman, Sector, Sedan, Shanks, Shiloh, Slanesville, South Branch Depot, Springfield, Three Churches, Valley, Vance, Vanderlip, Wappocomo, Woodrow, Yellow Spring
Hampshire County is a county in the U.S. state of West Virginia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 23,964. Its county seat is Romney, West Virginia's oldest town (1762). The county was created by the Virginia General Assembly in 1754, from parts of Frederick and Augusta Counties (Virginia) and is the state's oldest county. The county lies in both West Virginia's Eastern Panhandle and Potomac Highlands regions.
Hampshire County is part of the Winchester, VA-WV Metropolitan Statistical Area.