A visit to this quaint, historic community, at the confluence of the Potomac and Shenandoah Rivers, is like stepping into the past. Stroll the picturesque streets, visit exhibits and museums, or hike trails and battlefields. There's a wide variety of experiences for visitors of all ages, so come and discover Harpers Ferry.
The Appalachian Trail runs through Harpers Ferry. A short walk along the trail from the lower town to the C&O Canal will take you from West Virginia to Maryland in just a few minutes.
Join a guided ranger tour, buy a book at the Historical Association's bookshop or just explore on your own. A short walk takes you into the town of Harpers Ferry where you will find some restaurants and shops.
Harpers Ferry is also known for John Brown's attack on slavery and the largest surrender of Federal troops during the American Civil War. A day trip or weekend getaway to this region is a great way to combine a love of history and nature. Park covers over 2,300 acres and crosses into 3 states: West Virginia, Maryland, and Virginia.
The historic town of Harpers Ferry is located along U.S. Route 340 in Jefferson County, West Virginia, about 90 minutes from Washington, DC. Public transportation is available by Amtrak or MARC Rail.
* River Riders is a White Water Guide Service. Rafting, Tubing, Kayaking, Canoeing, Biking, Fishing, Team Building and Summer Camp.
* Harpers Ferry Toy Train Museum & Joy Line Railroad,Route 3, 937 Baker Road.
Please visit web site for other videos. Few pictures of the event/place: