With a population of 589 and a total area of a third of a square mile, Boyce is a very small town located in western Clarke County. The town began in 1881 with the arrival of the Shenandoah Valley Railroad.
Today, the stately and elegant Boyce train station still exists as a testament of the hard work of it’s founding local citizens.
One can easily enjoy a day exploring the town of Boyce and it’s neat offerings.
Get to Know the Area
Lone Oak Tavern | Lone Oak Tavern has been a popular eating spot for locals and travelers for over 90 years
Clarke County is a unique place for commuters. Some ambitious individuals make the trek all the way into Fairfax and Loudoun Counties. Others travel just across the borders of West Virginia, Maryland, or into Winchester. Depending on where you’re going, traffic can either be perfection or a nightmare. Whatever the case may be, we have some resources that will hopefully make your commuting experience a little bit easier.
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