Ridge, West Virginia
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Ridge is an unincorporated community hamlet in Morgan County, West Virginia. It is located along Valley Road (U.S. Highway 522) at its intersection with Fish Hatchery Road (CR 38/10) near the Frederick County, Virginia line. Sleepy Creek and Timber Ridge lie to its east with Warm Springs Ridge lying to its west.
Ridge was originally known as Birch Grove, then as Timber Ridge, and then finally as Ridge. Its post office was in operation from 1860 to 1953. Ridge is the home to the Ridge State Fish Hatchery which breeds West Virginia trout used to stock local lakes, such as nearby Sleepy Creek Lake.
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