Guidebook for Harpers Ferry

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Guidebook for Harpers Ferry

Food Scene

The standard best restaurant in Harpers Ferry, with great menu selections, delicious specials, and with live music on Friday. There are a few different rooms to sit in, and so it is great for families or a date. There's also a bar with televisions to watch the game. (304) 535-2582. Monday Closed Tuesday Closed Wednesday 11AM–9PM Thursday 11AM–9PM Friday 11AM–9PM Saturday 11AM–9PM Sunday 11AM–9PM
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The Anvil Restaurant
1290 W Washington St
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The standard best restaurant in Harpers Ferry, with great menu selections, delicious specials, and with live music on Friday. There are a few different rooms to sit in, and so it is great for families or a date. There's also a bar with televisions to watch the game. (304) 535-2582. Monday Closed Tuesday Closed Wednesday 11AM–9PM Thursday 11AM–9PM Friday 11AM–9PM Saturday 11AM–9PM Sunday 11AM–9PM
Your breakfast is prepared just for you at this local establishment and delivered to your suite! They're a central hub of village life in Harpers Ferry and neighboring Bolivar for nearly 20 years. See the Lily Garden Breakfast Menus to order your breakfast! (304) 535-2327. Monday Closed Tuesday 7:30AM–3PM Wednesday 7:30AM–3PM Thursday 7:30AM–3PM Friday 7:30AM–3PM Saturday 7:30AM–3PM Sunday 7:30AM–3PM
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Country Café & General Store
1723 W Washington St
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Your breakfast is prepared just for you at this local establishment and delivered to your suite! They're a central hub of village life in Harpers Ferry and neighboring Bolivar for nearly 20 years. See the Lily Garden Breakfast Menus to order your breakfast! (304) 535-2327. Monday Closed Tuesday 7:30AM–3PM Wednesday 7:30AM–3PM Thursday 7:30AM–3PM Friday 7:30AM–3PM Saturday 7:30AM–3PM Sunday 7:30AM–3PM
"Fresh food, salads, burgers, subs, wraps, pizza, gyros." Great view with outdoor seating from the deck of Maryland Heights and the Train Station. Monday 11AM–8PM Tuesday 11AM–8PM Wednesday 11AM–8PM Thursday 11AM–8PM Friday 11AM–8PM Saturday 11AM–8PM Sunday 11AM–8PM
Potomac Grille
186 High St
"Fresh food, salads, burgers, subs, wraps, pizza, gyros." Great view with outdoor seating from the deck of Maryland Heights and the Train Station. Monday 11AM–8PM Tuesday 11AM–8PM Wednesday 11AM–8PM Thursday 11AM–8PM Friday 11AM–8PM Saturday 11AM–8PM Sunday 11AM–8PM
Full-service restaurant and bar. (540) 514-6255. Monday 11AM–6PM Tuesday 11AM–6PM Wednesday 11AM–6PM Thursday 11AM–6PM Friday 11AM–6PM Saturday 11AM–6PM Sunday 11AM–6PM
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Coach House Bar & Grill
160 Potomac St
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Full-service restaurant and bar. (540) 514-6255. Monday 11AM–6PM Tuesday 11AM–6PM Wednesday 11AM–6PM Thursday 11AM–6PM Friday 11AM–6PM Saturday 11AM–6PM Sunday 11AM–6PM
"Specializing in homemade frozen ice cream treats, gourmet fresh ground coffee, and some of the best hot dogs in town! We have 16 different flavors of hand packed ice creams, and our soft ice cream is a US Gold Medal winner. Our home made treats include ice cream sandwiches made with fresh baked cookies, sundaes, awesome shakes, banana splits and floats. We pride ourselves in serving our customers the best quality ice cream in Harpers Ferry! Please see our website for new and exciting ice cream concoctions as well as more information on our gourmet coffee beverages. Indoor seating on 170 High Street just below Mary Adams. Outdoor seating on 173 Potomac Street." (304) 535-6654. Monday 10AM–6PM Tuesday 10AM–6PM Wednesday 10AM–6PM Thursday 10AM–6PM Friday 10AM–6PM Saturday 10AM–6PM Sunday 10AM–6PM
Scoop's Ice Cream
173 Potomac Street
"Specializing in homemade frozen ice cream treats, gourmet fresh ground coffee, and some of the best hot dogs in town! We have 16 different flavors of hand packed ice creams, and our soft ice cream is a US Gold Medal winner. Our home made treats include ice cream sandwiches made with fresh baked cookies, sundaes, awesome shakes, banana splits and floats. We pride ourselves in serving our customers the best quality ice cream in Harpers Ferry! Please see our website for new and exciting ice cream concoctions as well as more information on our gourmet coffee beverages. Indoor seating on 170 High Street just below Mary Adams. Outdoor seating on 173 Potomac Street." (304) 535-6654. Monday 10AM–6PM Tuesday 10AM–6PM Wednesday 10AM–6PM Thursday 10AM–6PM Friday 10AM–6PM Saturday 10AM–6PM Sunday 10AM–6PM
"True old fashioned candy, from the very first in history through the mid-1900s. More than classic candy or retro candy...it's candy with a story on the label or bag." Serious historical research on confectionery recipes and the joys of eating candies. See the Owner Susan Benjamin's Sweet as Sin: The Unwrapped Story of How Candy Became America's Favorite Pleasure. http://www.truetreatscandy.com/. (304) 461-4714. Monday 11AM–6PM Tuesday 11AM–6PM Wednesday 11AM–6PM Thursday 11AM–6PM Friday 11AM–6PM Saturday 11AM–6PM Sunday 11AM–6PM
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True Treats Historic Candy
144 High St
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"True old fashioned candy, from the very first in history through the mid-1900s. More than classic candy or retro candy...it's candy with a story on the label or bag." Serious historical research on confectionery recipes and the joys of eating candies. See the Owner Susan Benjamin's Sweet as Sin: The Unwrapped Story of How Candy Became America's Favorite Pleasure. http://www.truetreatscandy.com/. (304) 461-4714. Monday 11AM–6PM Tuesday 11AM–6PM Wednesday 11AM–6PM Thursday 11AM–6PM Friday 11AM–6PM Saturday 11AM–6PM Sunday 11AM–6PM
"Specialty coffee, espresso, sandwiches, salads, soups, frozen custard, custard." (304) 535-1257.
Coffee Mill
140 Potomac St
"Specialty coffee, espresso, sandwiches, salads, soups, frozen custard, custard." (304) 535-1257.
"Specialty pizzas, subs, salads, wraps, hand-dipped ice cream, shakes." Great value and quality. (304) 535-1762. Monday 11:00AM–5:00PM Tuesday 11:00AM–5:00PM Wednesday 11:00AM–5:00PM Thursday 11:00AM–5:00PM Friday 11:00AM–5:00PM Saturday 10:30AM–6:30PM Sunday 10:30AM–6:30PM
Cannonball Deli
125-129 Potomac St
"Specialty pizzas, subs, salads, wraps, hand-dipped ice cream, shakes." Great value and quality. (304) 535-1762. Monday 11:00AM–5:00PM Tuesday 11:00AM–5:00PM Wednesday 11:00AM–5:00PM Thursday 11:00AM–5:00PM Friday 11:00AM–5:00PM Saturday 10:30AM–6:30PM Sunday 10:30AM–6:30PM
Renowned Local Coffee Roaster. (304) 724-9040. Monday 6:30AM–6:30PM Tuesday 6:30AM–6:30PM Wednesday 6:30AM–6:30PM Thursday 6:30AM–6:30PM Friday 6:30AM–6:30PM Saturday 7AM–6PM Sunday 8AM–5PM
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The Black Dog Coffee Company
8001 Charles Town Rd
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Renowned Local Coffee Roaster. (304) 724-9040. Monday 6:30AM–6:30PM Tuesday 6:30AM–6:30PM Wednesday 6:30AM–6:30PM Thursday 6:30AM–6:30PM Friday 6:30AM–6:30PM Saturday 7AM–6PM Sunday 8AM–5PM
Bagel bakery and deli. (304) 728-4663. Monday 6AM–8PM Tuesday 6AM–8PM Wednesday 6AM–8PM Thursday 6AM–8PM Friday 6AM–8PM Saturday 7AM–8PM Sunday 7AM–4PM
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Royalicious
126 Patrick Henry Way
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Bagel bakery and deli. (304) 728-4663. Monday 6AM–8PM Tuesday 6AM–8PM Wednesday 6AM–8PM Thursday 6AM–8PM Friday 6AM–8PM Saturday 7AM–8PM Sunday 7AM–4PM
Charming café dining, natural foods, indoor seating, and outside dining in a beer garden. (304) 876-1920. Monday 11AM–9PM Tuesday 11AM–9PM Wednesday 11AM–9PM Thursday 11AM–9PM Friday 11AM–9PM Saturday 11AM–9PM Sunday 11AM–9PM
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Blue Moon Cafe
200 E High St
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Charming café dining, natural foods, indoor seating, and outside dining in a beer garden. (304) 876-1920. Monday 11AM–9PM Tuesday 11AM–9PM Wednesday 11AM–9PM Thursday 11AM–9PM Friday 11AM–9PM Saturday 11AM–9PM Sunday 11AM–9PM
Great food and views of the Double Water Gap. Accessible on the second floor of the historic building. (304) 535-2339. Monday 6AM–10PM Tuesday 6AM–10PM Wednesday 6AM–10PM Thursday 6AM–10PM Friday 6AM–10PM Saturday 6AM–10PM Sunday 6AM–10PM
Mountain House Café
175 High Street
Great food and views of the Double Water Gap. Accessible on the second floor of the historic building. (304) 535-2339. Monday 6AM–10PM Tuesday 6AM–10PM Wednesday 6AM–10PM Thursday 6AM–10PM Friday 6AM–10PM Saturday 6AM–10PM Sunday 6AM–10PM

Essentials

Standard conveniences, staples, essentials, and sundries. Open 24 hours.
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7-Eleven
1 E Broad Way
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Standard conveniences, staples, essentials, and sundries. Open 24 hours.
ATM on the first Drive-Through Lane. Turn onto Cleveland Street in order to access. Open 24 Hours.
Bank of Charles Town
1366 W Washington St
ATM on the first Drive-Through Lane. Turn onto Cleveland Street in order to access. Open 24 Hours.
"VIVO Hair Salon & Day Spa is the ideal place to relax and receive the best spa treatments in the area. The only thing more relaxing than our scenic surroundings is our endless capabilities of services available to all of our cherished clients." (304) 535-1110. Monday Closed Tuesday 10AM–7PM Wednesday 10AM–7PM Thursday 10AM–7PM Friday 10AM–7PM Saturday 9AM–5PM Sunday Closed
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Vivo Day Spa
1315 W Washington St
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"VIVO Hair Salon & Day Spa is the ideal place to relax and receive the best spa treatments in the area. The only thing more relaxing than our scenic surroundings is our endless capabilities of services available to all of our cherished clients." (304) 535-1110. Monday Closed Tuesday 10AM–7PM Wednesday 10AM–7PM Thursday 10AM–7PM Friday 10AM–7PM Saturday 9AM–5PM Sunday Closed
Grocery Store. Monday 7AM–11PM Tuesday 7AM–11PM Wednesday 7AM–11PM Thursday 7AM–11PM Friday 7AM–11PM Saturday 7AM–11PM Sunday 7AM–11PM
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Food Lion
70 Morgan Square
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Grocery Store. Monday 7AM–11PM Tuesday 7AM–11PM Wednesday 7AM–11PM Thursday 7AM–11PM Friday 7AM–11PM Saturday 7AM–11PM Sunday 7AM–11PM
Phone: (304) 725-2273. Monday 8AM–8PM Tuesday 8AM–8PM Wednesday 8AM–8PM Thursday 8AM–8PM Friday 8AM–8PM Saturday 8AM–8PM Sunday 12 Noon-8PM
WV Urgent Care - Charles Town
912 Somerset Blvd
Phone: (304) 725-2273. Monday 8AM–8PM Tuesday 8AM–8PM Wednesday 8AM–8PM Thursday 8AM–8PM Friday 8AM–8PM Saturday 8AM–8PM Sunday 12 Noon-8PM
Open 24 hours.
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Walmart Supercenter
96 Patrick Henry Way
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Open 24 hours.
Post Office. Monday 8:30AM–5PM Tuesday 8:30AM–5PM Wednesday 8:30AM–5PM Thursday 8:30AM–5PM Friday 8:30AM–5PM Saturday 9AM–12:30PM Sunday Closed
USPS
1010 Washington St
Post Office. Monday 8:30AM–5PM Tuesday 8:30AM–5PM Wednesday 8:30AM–5PM Thursday 8:30AM–5PM Friday 8:30AM–5PM Saturday 9AM–12:30PM Sunday Closed
Police Department. (304) 535-6366.
Harpers Ferry Police Department
1000 Washington Street
Police Department. (304) 535-6366.
You Are Here! Lily Garden Bed and Breakfast, 701 Washington Street, At McDowell Street, parking on McDowell Street. Lily Garden BnB is located in the Historic District of Harpers Ferry, and the area of the Harpers Ferry Village called Camp Hill. www.lilygardenbnb.com. (304) 535-2657.
Lily Garden Bed & Breakfast
701 Washington Street
You Are Here! Lily Garden Bed and Breakfast, 701 Washington Street, At McDowell Street, parking on McDowell Street. Lily Garden BnB is located in the Historic District of Harpers Ferry, and the area of the Harpers Ferry Village called Camp Hill. www.lilygardenbnb.com. (304) 535-2657.
ATM. Open 24 hours.
BB&T ATM
1001 Washington St
ATM. Open 24 hours.
Gas Station. ATM. Open 24 hours.
Exxon
37245 Jefferson Pike
Gas Station. ATM. Open 24 hours.

Parks & Nature

The Appalachian Trail goes through Harpers Ferry Village. This is one of the primary stations on the trail from Georgia to Maine: The Appalachian Trail Conservancy Headquarters. The Appalachian Trail Conservancy’s mission is to preserve and manage the Appalachian Trail – ensuring that its vast natural beauty and priceless cultural heritage can be shared and enjoyed today, tomorrow, and for centuries to come. http://www.appalachiantrail.org/. (304) 535-6331. Monday 9AM–5PM Tuesday 9AM–5PM Wednesday 9AM–5PM Thursday 9AM–5PM Friday 9AM–5PM Saturday 9AM–5PM Sunday 9AM–5PM
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Appalachian Trail Conservancy
799 Washington St
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The Appalachian Trail goes through Harpers Ferry Village. This is one of the primary stations on the trail from Georgia to Maine: The Appalachian Trail Conservancy Headquarters. The Appalachian Trail Conservancy’s mission is to preserve and manage the Appalachian Trail – ensuring that its vast natural beauty and priceless cultural heritage can be shared and enjoyed today, tomorrow, and for centuries to come. http://www.appalachiantrail.org/. (304) 535-6331. Monday 9AM–5PM Tuesday 9AM–5PM Wednesday 9AM–5PM Thursday 9AM–5PM Friday 9AM–5PM Saturday 9AM–5PM Sunday 9AM–5PM
The National Park Service primary station for Harpers Ferry. Parking is available here, and then ride the shuttle into town along Shenandoah Street. The pick-up location is on Shenandoah Street, near the unpaved (earthen) Hamilton Street. (304) 535-6298. Monday 9AM–5PM Tuesday 9AM–5PM Wednesday 9AM–5PM Thursday 9AM–5PM Friday 9AM–5PM Saturday 9AM–5PM Sunday 9AM–5PM
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Visitor Center Harpers Ferry National Historical Park
171 Shoreline Dr
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The National Park Service primary station for Harpers Ferry. Parking is available here, and then ride the shuttle into town along Shenandoah Street. The pick-up location is on Shenandoah Street, near the unpaved (earthen) Hamilton Street. (304) 535-6298. Monday 9AM–5PM Tuesday 9AM–5PM Wednesday 9AM–5PM Thursday 9AM–5PM Friday 9AM–5PM Saturday 9AM–5PM Sunday 9AM–5PM
Access points to the Potomac River for swimming in the river are along Harpers Ferry Road that bridge the span from the road over the Historic C&O Canal and to the river.
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C&O Canal Lock 31
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Access points to the Potomac River for swimming in the river are along Harpers Ferry Road that bridge the span from the road over the Historic C&O Canal and to the river.
Home to one of the first colleges dedicated to African American peoples. Also site of the second meeting of the Niagra Movement. https://www.nps.gov/hafe/learn/historyculture/storer-college.htm.
Storer College Place
Storer College Place
Home to one of the first colleges dedicated to African American peoples. Also site of the second meeting of the Niagra Movement. https://www.nps.gov/hafe/learn/historyculture/storer-college.htm.
Stunning mountain-top views of Harpers Ferry! Maryland Heights is the highest mountain overlooking Harpers Ferry. Its southern face is a 300-foot vertical cliff that towers over the Potomac River, the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad and the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. The mountain is steep, rugged, and primitive - with a thick veneer of Civil War history. The Maryland Heights Trail offers hikers the opportunity to see many aspects of Harpers Ferry NHP on one walk: spectacular scenery, geology, Civil War and transportation history. From the Information Center in Lower Town turn right to merge with the Appalachian Trail at the dead end of Shenandoah Street. Cross the footbridge over the Potomac River. Turn left (upstream) on the C&O Canal Towpath. The trail stays on the towpath for 0.3 miles, and then crosses a footbridge over the canal bed to Harpers Ferry Road. Be careful! Watch for traffic. Directly across the road is the Maryland Heights trailhead. The first bend on this green-blazed trail offers a nice view of the Potomac. Go straight at the first intersection to a see the 1862 Naval Battery, then return to the green-blazed trail and turn right. At the next two intersections stay straight on the red-blazed Overlook Cliff Trail. About 0.3 miles turn right for a narrow, rocky descent 0.5 miles to the cliffs overlooking Harpers Ferry. Backtrack to the first intersection with the blue-blazed Stone Fort Trail. Hike one mile uphill past Civil War artillery batteries and through boulders to the Civil War Stone Fort. The trail curves out of the Stone Fort past breastworks and descends steeply over one mile back to the green-blazed trail. Turn right and backtrack to the C&O Canal Towpath. http://www.hikingupward.com/OMH/MarylandHeights/ https://www.nps.gov/hafe/learn/historyculture/maryland-heights.htm https://www.nps.gov/hafe/planyourvisit/upload/Md-Hts2011-2.pdf
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Maryland Heights
171 Harpers Ferry Rd
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Stunning mountain-top views of Harpers Ferry! Maryland Heights is the highest mountain overlooking Harpers Ferry. Its southern face is a 300-foot vertical cliff that towers over the Potomac River, the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad and the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. The mountain is steep, rugged, and primitive - with a thick veneer of Civil War history. The Maryland Heights Trail offers hikers the opportunity to see many aspects of Harpers Ferry NHP on one walk: spectacular scenery, geology, Civil War and transportation history. From the Information Center in Lower Town turn right to merge with the Appalachian Trail at the dead end of Shenandoah Street. Cross the footbridge over the Potomac River. Turn left (upstream) on the C&O Canal Towpath. The trail stays on the towpath for 0.3 miles, and then crosses a footbridge over the canal bed to Harpers Ferry Road. Be careful! Watch for traffic. Directly across the road is the Maryland Heights trailhead. The first bend on this green-blazed trail offers a nice view of the Potomac. Go straight at the first intersection to a see the 1862 Naval Battery, then return to the green-blazed trail and turn right. At the next two intersections stay straight on the red-blazed Overlook Cliff Trail. About 0.3 miles turn right for a narrow, rocky descent 0.5 miles to the cliffs overlooking Harpers Ferry. Backtrack to the first intersection with the blue-blazed Stone Fort Trail. Hike one mile uphill past Civil War artillery batteries and through boulders to the Civil War Stone Fort. The trail curves out of the Stone Fort past breastworks and descends steeply over one mile back to the green-blazed trail. Turn right and backtrack to the C&O Canal Towpath. http://www.hikingupward.com/OMH/MarylandHeights/ https://www.nps.gov/hafe/learn/historyculture/maryland-heights.htm https://www.nps.gov/hafe/planyourvisit/upload/Md-Hts2011-2.pdf
The Historic C&O Canal and National Park starts/finishes here. Preserving America's early transportation history, the C&O Canal began as a dream of passage to Western wealth. Operating for nearly 100 years the canal was a lifeline for communities along the Potomac River as coal, lumber and agricultural products floated down the waterway to market. Today it endures as a pathway for discovering historical, natural and recreational treasures!(301) 582-0813. Monday 8AM–4:30PM Tuesday 8AM–4:30PM Wednesday 8AM–4:30PM Thursday 8AM–4:30PM Friday 8AM–4:30PM Saturday Closed Sunday Closed
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C & O Canal National Historical Park
142 West Potomac Street
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The Historic C&O Canal and National Park starts/finishes here. Preserving America's early transportation history, the C&O Canal began as a dream of passage to Western wealth. Operating for nearly 100 years the canal was a lifeline for communities along the Potomac River as coal, lumber and agricultural products floated down the waterway to market. Today it endures as a pathway for discovering historical, natural and recreational treasures!(301) 582-0813. Monday 8AM–4:30PM Tuesday 8AM–4:30PM Wednesday 8AM–4:30PM Thursday 8AM–4:30PM Friday 8AM–4:30PM Saturday Closed Sunday Closed
The Historic C&O Canal and National Park starts/finishes here. The Historic C&O Canal and National Park starts/finishes here. Preserving America's early transportation history, the C&O Canal began as a dream of passage to Western wealth. Operating for nearly 100 years the canal was a lifeline for communities along the Potomac River as coal, lumber and agricultural products floated down the waterway to market. Today it endures as a pathway for discovering historical, natural and recreational treasures!(301) 582-0813. Monday 8AM–4:30PM Tuesday 8AM–4:30PM Wednesday 8AM–4:30PM Thursday 8AM–4:30PM Friday 8AM–4:30PM Saturday Closed Sunday Closed
Cumberland Canal Basin
The Historic C&O Canal and National Park starts/finishes here. The Historic C&O Canal and National Park starts/finishes here. Preserving America's early transportation history, the C&O Canal began as a dream of passage to Western wealth. Operating for nearly 100 years the canal was a lifeline for communities along the Potomac River as coal, lumber and agricultural products floated down the waterway to market. Today it endures as a pathway for discovering historical, natural and recreational treasures!(301) 582-0813. Monday 8AM–4:30PM Tuesday 8AM–4:30PM Wednesday 8AM–4:30PM Thursday 8AM–4:30PM Friday 8AM–4:30PM Saturday Closed Sunday Closed
"Gathland State Park was once the mountain home Gathland State Park War Correspondent's Archof George Alfred Townsend, a Civil War journalist. In the late 1800's, Gathland featured a unique collection of buildings and structures designed and constructed by Townsend. Two of the structures, the Main Hall and Lodge, were partially restored in the 1950's. A large stone monument dedicated to the memory of Civil War correspondents is the outstanding attraction of this day-use park. The Appalachian National Scenic Trail traverses the park and passes the monument base."
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Gathland State Park
900 Arnoldtown Rd
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"Gathland State Park was once the mountain home Gathland State Park War Correspondent's Archof George Alfred Townsend, a Civil War journalist. In the late 1800's, Gathland featured a unique collection of buildings and structures designed and constructed by Townsend. Two of the structures, the Main Hall and Lodge, were partially restored in the 1950's. A large stone monument dedicated to the memory of Civil War correspondents is the outstanding attraction of this day-use park. The Appalachian National Scenic Trail traverses the park and passes the monument base."
Nash Farm State Park. Sweeping fields and grassland just overlooking the Potomac River.
546 Old Furnace Rd
Nash Farm State Park. Sweeping fields and grassland just overlooking the Potomac River.
Easy to moderate, 1-3 miles roundtrip (with side trails), 30 minutes to 2 hours. Wayside exhibits. Visitors to the Murphy-Chambers Farm hike through fields and wooded ravines to see spectacular views of the Shenandoah River and the surrounding mountains, as well as Civil War cannons, earthworks and the footprint of the John Brown Fort. The trail starts at the Visitor Center, but can also be accessed from a parking area on the farm, which allows for an easy 0.75 mile stroll to the Shenandoah River overlook. From the Visitor Center, the trail crosses Shoreline Drive, goes down to a small creek and up to the unpaved farm entrance road. Here, hikers can stay on the road or go left and follow the tree line. Both trails lead to the overlook of the Shenandoah River. Near the overlook is the 1895-1909 site of the John Brown Fort and the Niagara Movement's 1906 pilgrimage. This was also the scene of Confederate General A.P. Hill's flanking maneuver in 1862. From the overlook, hikers can follow a mulched trail that leads into the woods. This section of the trail goes to another view of the river and Civil War earthworks. The trail loops back to the farm road or turns left across a footbridge for 0.5 miles one way to a small creek. https://www.nps.gov/hafe/planyourvisit/upload/03_Murphy-Chambers_Farm_trails_rev2014_12-31_color.pdf
Murphy Road
Murphy Road
Easy to moderate, 1-3 miles roundtrip (with side trails), 30 minutes to 2 hours. Wayside exhibits. Visitors to the Murphy-Chambers Farm hike through fields and wooded ravines to see spectacular views of the Shenandoah River and the surrounding mountains, as well as Civil War cannons, earthworks and the footprint of the John Brown Fort. The trail starts at the Visitor Center, but can also be accessed from a parking area on the farm, which allows for an easy 0.75 mile stroll to the Shenandoah River overlook. From the Visitor Center, the trail crosses Shoreline Drive, goes down to a small creek and up to the unpaved farm entrance road. Here, hikers can stay on the road or go left and follow the tree line. Both trails lead to the overlook of the Shenandoah River. Near the overlook is the 1895-1909 site of the John Brown Fort and the Niagara Movement's 1906 pilgrimage. This was also the scene of Confederate General A.P. Hill's flanking maneuver in 1862. From the overlook, hikers can follow a mulched trail that leads into the woods. This section of the trail goes to another view of the river and Civil War earthworks. The trail loops back to the farm road or turns left across a footbridge for 0.5 miles one way to a small creek. https://www.nps.gov/hafe/planyourvisit/upload/03_Murphy-Chambers_Farm_trails_rev2014_12-31_color.pdf
Easy to moderate, 0.3 to 2.4 miles (with side trails), 15 minutes to 1 hour. Wayside exhibits. A short walk from the Bolivar Heights parking area provides some of the best views of the surrounding Blue Ridge Mountains, the Potomac River water gap and the Shenandoah Valley. This is the best place to survey the terrain and ponder Civil War strategy. Cannon and earthworks reflect the violent history of this site. Walking the whole Bolivar Heights trail system yields bonus views of School House Ridge to the west. The easiest walk is the 0.3 mile loop on top of Bolivar Heights. The 1.3 mile Upper Loop continues on the crest and then turns right, down a wooded trail to a lovely view of School House Ridge. Here, hikers can continue through the field 1.1 miles on the Lower Loop or turn right and follow the tree line to another wooded trail back up to the Bolivar Heights parking area. From the Lower Loop a walk across Bakerton Road- be careful! watch for traffic-connects the Bolivar Heights trails to the School House Ridge North Trail. www.nps.gov/hafe/planyourvisit/upload/BH-SHRNorth2011.pdf.
Schoolhouse Ridge North
874 Bakerton Rd
Easy to moderate, 0.3 to 2.4 miles (with side trails), 15 minutes to 1 hour. Wayside exhibits. A short walk from the Bolivar Heights parking area provides some of the best views of the surrounding Blue Ridge Mountains, the Potomac River water gap and the Shenandoah Valley. This is the best place to survey the terrain and ponder Civil War strategy. Cannon and earthworks reflect the violent history of this site. Walking the whole Bolivar Heights trail system yields bonus views of School House Ridge to the west. The easiest walk is the 0.3 mile loop on top of Bolivar Heights. The 1.3 mile Upper Loop continues on the crest and then turns right, down a wooded trail to a lovely view of School House Ridge. Here, hikers can continue through the field 1.1 miles on the Lower Loop or turn right and follow the tree line to another wooded trail back up to the Bolivar Heights parking area. From the Lower Loop a walk across Bakerton Road- be careful! watch for traffic-connects the Bolivar Heights trails to the School House Ridge North Trail. www.nps.gov/hafe/planyourvisit/upload/BH-SHRNorth2011.pdf.
Allstadt Farm Trail: Moderate, 2.5 miles roundtrip, 1½ hours. Courtney's Battery Trail: Moderate, 1.2 miles, 30-40 minutes. Wayside exhibits. Hikers see expansive views of Bolivar Heights, Maryland and Loudoun heights all along this ridgeline. The two trails start at the parking lot on Millville Road. The Allstadt Farm Trail to the left passes through fields, forest and along a stream. Hikers can start across the field, or take the farm lane straight up to the ruins of the 19th-century farmhouse and turn left to intersect the main trail. The trail eventually loops down to Flowing Springs Run, and then climbs back up to the top of the ridge. From the overlook on the far end of the ridge South Mountain fills in the gap between Maryland and Loudoun heights. The shorter, Courtney's Battery Trail to the right from the parking lot, leads to a battery of cannon and another view of the surrounding heights illustrating Confederate tactics in 1862. www.nps.gov/hafe/planyourvisit/upload/01_SHR-S_trails_2011_06-01_color_rev2014_05-14.pdf.
Schoolhouse Ridge South
2083 Millville Rd
Allstadt Farm Trail: Moderate, 2.5 miles roundtrip, 1½ hours. Courtney's Battery Trail: Moderate, 1.2 miles, 30-40 minutes. Wayside exhibits. Hikers see expansive views of Bolivar Heights, Maryland and Loudoun heights all along this ridgeline. The two trails start at the parking lot on Millville Road. The Allstadt Farm Trail to the left passes through fields, forest and along a stream. Hikers can start across the field, or take the farm lane straight up to the ruins of the 19th-century farmhouse and turn left to intersect the main trail. The trail eventually loops down to Flowing Springs Run, and then climbs back up to the top of the ridge. From the overlook on the far end of the ridge South Mountain fills in the gap between Maryland and Loudoun heights. The shorter, Courtney's Battery Trail to the right from the parking lot, leads to a battery of cannon and another view of the surrounding heights illustrating Confederate tactics in 1862. www.nps.gov/hafe/planyourvisit/upload/01_SHR-S_trails_2011_06-01_color_rev2014_05-14.pdf.
Difficult (steep and rocky in places), 7.5 miles round trip, 4-5 hours round trip. This challenging trail rewards hikers with a southern perspective on Harpers Ferry and the confluence of the Potomac and Shenandoah rivers. From the Information Center in Lower Town, hikers find the Appalachian Trail (AT) on High Street and head up the stone steps to Jefferson Rock. Continue on the white-blazed AT about one mile to the highway. Cross the hiker-friendly section of the highway bridge over the Shenandoah River to reach the base of Loudoun Heights. Continue up the AT 0.9 miles to the intersection with the orange-blazed trail. Turn left for a break from the climb and hike about 0.5 miles on the orange trail to the first overlook. At the top of the mountain turn left on the blue-blazed trail. Two more overlooks along the power line cut preview the beautiful vista waiting at the Split Rock overlook. Backtrack 1.5 miles on the blue-blazed trail to return to the AT and the descent back to Lower Town. www.nps.gov/hafe/planyourvisit/upload/LoudounHts2011.pdf.
Loudoun Heights
Difficult (steep and rocky in places), 7.5 miles round trip, 4-5 hours round trip. This challenging trail rewards hikers with a southern perspective on Harpers Ferry and the confluence of the Potomac and Shenandoah rivers. From the Information Center in Lower Town, hikers find the Appalachian Trail (AT) on High Street and head up the stone steps to Jefferson Rock. Continue on the white-blazed AT about one mile to the highway. Cross the hiker-friendly section of the highway bridge over the Shenandoah River to reach the base of Loudoun Heights. Continue up the AT 0.9 miles to the intersection with the orange-blazed trail. Turn left for a break from the climb and hike about 0.5 miles on the orange trail to the first overlook. At the top of the mountain turn left on the blue-blazed trail. Two more overlooks along the power line cut preview the beautiful vista waiting at the Split Rock overlook. Backtrack 1.5 miles on the blue-blazed trail to return to the AT and the descent back to Lower Town. www.nps.gov/hafe/planyourvisit/upload/LoudounHts2011.pdf.
Moderate, 2-3 miles (with side trails), 1-2 hours. Wayside exhibits. This trail follows the Appalachian Trail (AT) to Jefferson Rock, Harper Cemetery, and the former Storer College campus, with many great views of the mountains and river valleys. The hike starts at the Information Center, crosses Shenandoah Street to High Street and turns left on 62 historic stone steps on the way to Jefferson Rock. Southbound AT hikers can follow the white blazes along this cliff side all the way to Georgia. The right fork just above Jefferson Rock goes to the Harper Cemetery and Lockwood House, the birthplace of Storer College. Just past Lockwood House, along the tree line, a side trail returns to the AT. Approximately 0.25 miles to the right on the AT, a highly recommended option angles off to the left.** This trail, historically known as the Cliff Trail, allows a nice circuit back to Lower Town across the Virginius Island area. The Cliff Trail descends steeply to Shenandoah Street opposite the ruins of the pulp mill. Cross the street and follow the Virginius Island trail system back to Lower Town, about 0.5 miles to the left. **At this intersection, a blue-blazed trail to the right winds up stone steps to the former Storer College campus. Continue up another series of steps between two buildings. Turn right and follow the long brick walk to Fillmore Street and the next set of blue blazes to the Appalachian Trail Conservancy Visitor Center. From the AT Visitor Center, hikers have two options for returning to Lower Town. Turn right and use the sidewalk on Washington Street or backtrack one block and turn left on Fillmore Street. The quiet neighborhood here includes historic Morrell House and Brackett House on the way back to Lockwood House and the Harper Cemetery. www.nps.gov/hafe/planyourvisit/upload/CampHill-VI-2011.pdf.
Camp Hill
Moderate, 2-3 miles (with side trails), 1-2 hours. Wayside exhibits. This trail follows the Appalachian Trail (AT) to Jefferson Rock, Harper Cemetery, and the former Storer College campus, with many great views of the mountains and river valleys. The hike starts at the Information Center, crosses Shenandoah Street to High Street and turns left on 62 historic stone steps on the way to Jefferson Rock. Southbound AT hikers can follow the white blazes along this cliff side all the way to Georgia. The right fork just above Jefferson Rock goes to the Harper Cemetery and Lockwood House, the birthplace of Storer College. Just past Lockwood House, along the tree line, a side trail returns to the AT. Approximately 0.25 miles to the right on the AT, a highly recommended option angles off to the left.** This trail, historically known as the Cliff Trail, allows a nice circuit back to Lower Town across the Virginius Island area. The Cliff Trail descends steeply to Shenandoah Street opposite the ruins of the pulp mill. Cross the street and follow the Virginius Island trail system back to Lower Town, about 0.5 miles to the left. **At this intersection, a blue-blazed trail to the right winds up stone steps to the former Storer College campus. Continue up another series of steps between two buildings. Turn right and follow the long brick walk to Fillmore Street and the next set of blue blazes to the Appalachian Trail Conservancy Visitor Center. From the AT Visitor Center, hikers have two options for returning to Lower Town. Turn right and use the sidewalk on Washington Street or backtrack one block and turn left on Fillmore Street. The quiet neighborhood here includes historic Morrell House and Brackett House on the way back to Lockwood House and the Harper Cemetery. www.nps.gov/hafe/planyourvisit/upload/CampHill-VI-2011.pdf.
Moderate due to one steep section, 1.6 miles one-way, 45 minutes. This scenic trail offers an alternative to the shuttle bus to or from the Lower Town area, which is especially useful for dog-walkers. The trail starts at the tree line south of the Visitor Center, at the back of the main parking lot. Hikers travel down a steep ravine with 97 stone steps, passing by intermittent waterfalls. At the base of the ravine, the trail crosses Shoreline Drive: Be careful! Cars and buses use this road. Keep dogs and children off the pavement. The trail parallels the road, passing by healthy wetlands, where hikers may see herons, Wood Ducks, Canada geese, turtles and occasionally a beaver or muskrat. Passing the River Access parking lot, the trail merges with Shenandoah Street, bordering the Hall and Virginius islands trail systems. Hikers will see the ruins of the Shenandoah Pulp Mill and a remnant of the Shenandoah Canal. https://www.nps.gov/hafe/planyourvisit/upload/VC-LT2011-2.pdf.
Hog Alley
Hog Alley
Moderate due to one steep section, 1.6 miles one-way, 45 minutes. This scenic trail offers an alternative to the shuttle bus to or from the Lower Town area, which is especially useful for dog-walkers. The trail starts at the tree line south of the Visitor Center, at the back of the main parking lot. Hikers travel down a steep ravine with 97 stone steps, passing by intermittent waterfalls. At the base of the ravine, the trail crosses Shoreline Drive: Be careful! Cars and buses use this road. Keep dogs and children off the pavement. The trail parallels the road, passing by healthy wetlands, where hikers may see herons, Wood Ducks, Canada geese, turtles and occasionally a beaver or muskrat. Passing the River Access parking lot, the trail merges with Shenandoah Street, bordering the Hall and Virginius islands trail systems. Hikers will see the ruins of the Shenandoah Pulp Mill and a remnant of the Shenandoah Canal. https://www.nps.gov/hafe/planyourvisit/upload/VC-LT2011-2.pdf.
Bolivar Heights witnessed more battle action than any other location at Harpers Ferry. The first battle of the Civil War at Harpers Ferry occurred at Bolivar Heights on October 16, 1861, exactly two years after the commencement of the John Brown Raid. Follow along the NPS battlefield signposts and walk the hiking trail for Schoolridge North.
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Bolivar Heights Battlefield
Whitman Avenue
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Bolivar Heights witnessed more battle action than any other location at Harpers Ferry. The first battle of the Civil War at Harpers Ferry occurred at Bolivar Heights on October 16, 1861, exactly two years after the commencement of the John Brown Raid. Follow along the NPS battlefield signposts and walk the hiking trail for Schoolridge North.
A picture perfect view and picnic area for spectacular views of Shenandoah and Blue Ridge landscapes of Harpers Ferry. Enter the Park on Whitman Avenue, drive across the field, park at the scenic overlook, and walk around the area to take in the views of the countryside and mountain pass.
Bolivar Heights Scenic Overlook
Whitman Avenue
A picture perfect view and picnic area for spectacular views of Shenandoah and Blue Ridge landscapes of Harpers Ferry. Enter the Park on Whitman Avenue, drive across the field, park at the scenic overlook, and walk around the area to take in the views of the countryside and mountain pass.

Entertainment & Activities

"Walk through Harpers Ferry and learn about the unexplained, or ghostly phenomenon that has, or is still occurring, as well as stories of both legends and/or historical events, which may account for such unexplained ghostly happenings and encounters. The tour is around 1.5 hours in length and takes you around several blocks of the historic 'Lower Town' section of Harpers Ferry to view a number of sites and buildings that have had ghostly phenomenon reported in, or around them, over the years. The Ghost Tours of Harpers Ferry by 'O’ Be JoyFull' is a family and dog friendly walking tour appropriate for most people of all age." http://www.harpersferryghost.20m.com/. (304) 725-8019. Monday 7:30–9:30PM Tuesday 7:30–9:30PM Wednesday 7:30–9:30PM Thursday 7:30–9:30PM Friday 7:30–9:30PM Saturday 7:30–9:30PM Sunday Closed
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Ghost Tour of Harpers Ferry
100 Church St
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"Walk through Harpers Ferry and learn about the unexplained, or ghostly phenomenon that has, or is still occurring, as well as stories of both legends and/or historical events, which may account for such unexplained ghostly happenings and encounters. The tour is around 1.5 hours in length and takes you around several blocks of the historic 'Lower Town' section of Harpers Ferry to view a number of sites and buildings that have had ghostly phenomenon reported in, or around them, over the years. The Ghost Tours of Harpers Ferry by 'O’ Be JoyFull' is a family and dog friendly walking tour appropriate for most people of all age." http://www.harpersferryghost.20m.com/. (304) 725-8019. Monday 7:30–9:30PM Tuesday 7:30–9:30PM Wednesday 7:30–9:30PM Thursday 7:30–9:30PM Friday 7:30–9:30PM Saturday 7:30–9:30PM Sunday Closed
"White water rafting, tubing, Zip Line Canopy Tours, Aerial Adventure Parks, Kayaking, Canoeing, Stand Up Paddle Boards, Mountain Biking, and Fishing adventures on the beautiful Shenandoah and Potomac Rivers (class I-III)." (800) 326-7238. Monday 8AM–6PM Tuesday 8AM–6PM Wednesday 8AM–6PM Thursday 8AM–6PM Friday 8AM–6PM Saturday 8AM–6PM Sunday 8AM–6PM
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River Riders Family Adventure Resort
408 Alstadts Hill Rd
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"White water rafting, tubing, Zip Line Canopy Tours, Aerial Adventure Parks, Kayaking, Canoeing, Stand Up Paddle Boards, Mountain Biking, and Fishing adventures on the beautiful Shenandoah and Potomac Rivers (class I-III)." (800) 326-7238. Monday 8AM–6PM Tuesday 8AM–6PM Wednesday 8AM–6PM Thursday 8AM–6PM Friday 8AM–6PM Saturday 8AM–6PM Sunday 8AM–6PM
"White Fly Outfitters is a locally owned Fly Fishing shop in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. Our location is ideal to ensure you have the proper gear for whatever you might be fishing. White Fly Outfitters has the street credibility of specialists on Smallmouth Bass that dominate our River systems, but we also fish for and carry Rods, Reels, Gear, Flies and Tackle that target Trout, Walleye, Musky, Carp, and Panfish." (304) 876-8030. Monday 10AM–5PM Tuesday Closed Wednesday 10AM–6PM Thursday 10AM–6PM Friday 10AM–6PM Saturday 10AM–6PM Sunday 12–5PM
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White Fly Outfitters
4332 William L Wilson Fwy
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"White Fly Outfitters is a locally owned Fly Fishing shop in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. Our location is ideal to ensure you have the proper gear for whatever you might be fishing. White Fly Outfitters has the street credibility of specialists on Smallmouth Bass that dominate our River systems, but we also fish for and carry Rods, Reels, Gear, Flies and Tackle that target Trout, Walleye, Musky, Carp, and Panfish." (304) 876-8030. Monday 10AM–5PM Tuesday Closed Wednesday 10AM–6PM Thursday 10AM–6PM Friday 10AM–6PM Saturday 10AM–6PM Sunday 12–5PM
Swimming Pool, Entrance fee of $5 per person. 18-hole mini golf. (304) 535-6895.
Harpers Ferry / Civil War Battlefields KOA Holiday
343 Campground Rd
Swimming Pool, Entrance fee of $5 per person. 18-hole mini golf. (304) 535-6895.
"Home to the $1,250,000 Charles Town Classic, Race for the Ribbon, and West Virginia Breeders Classics, Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races offers some of the nation’s best full-field cards. We also offer simulcast horse and dog racing from around the country, 365 days a year." http://www.hollywoodcasinocharlestown.com/racing. (800) 795-7001.
Race Track
"Home to the $1,250,000 Charles Town Classic, Race for the Ribbon, and West Virginia Breeders Classics, Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races offers some of the nation’s best full-field cards. We also offer simulcast horse and dog racing from around the country, 365 days a year." http://www.hollywoodcasinocharlestown.com/racing. (800) 795-7001.
Hershey's chocolate-themed park for rides, kids' activities, dining, live shows & all-things cocoa. http://www.hersheypark.com. (800) 437-7439. For Hours, see website.
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Hersheypark
100 Hersheypark Dr
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Hershey's chocolate-themed park for rides, kids' activities, dining, live shows & all-things cocoa. http://www.hersheypark.com. (800) 437-7439. For Hours, see website.
Great fun for both kids and adults! http://jellystonemaryland.com/ 301-223-7117
Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park™
340 Blackburn Rd
Great fun for both kids and adults! http://jellystonemaryland.com/ 301-223-7117

Getting Around

Amtrak and MARC (commuter) train station. (800) 872-7245. Monday 9AM–5PM Tuesday 9AM–5PM Wednesday 9AM–5PM Thursday 9AM–5PM Friday 9AM–5PM Saturday 9AM–5PM Sunday 9AM–5PM. Commuter trains operate daily on weekdays from Harpers Ferry to Washington, DC Union Station for the National Mall, Smithsonian, Capitol Hill, Washington Nationals Park See the M.A.R.C. (Marc) Brunswick line: https://mta.maryland.gov/marc-train.
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Harpers Ferry Train Station
Shenandoah Street
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Amtrak and MARC (commuter) train station. (800) 872-7245. Monday 9AM–5PM Tuesday 9AM–5PM Wednesday 9AM–5PM Thursday 9AM–5PM Friday 9AM–5PM Saturday 9AM–5PM Sunday 9AM–5PM. Commuter trains operate daily on weekdays from Harpers Ferry to Washington, DC Union Station for the National Mall, Smithsonian, Capitol Hill, Washington Nationals Park See the M.A.R.C. (Marc) Brunswick line: https://mta.maryland.gov/marc-train.
Take the M.A.R.C. Brunswick line to Washington DC for easy access to museums via public transportation. Fare is under $2 per person each way! Weekdays only.
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Union Station
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Take the M.A.R.C. Brunswick line to Washington DC for easy access to museums via public transportation. Fare is under $2 per person each way! Weekdays only.
Taxi cabs, (866) 302-9898.
Yellow Cab Services
217 Oak Lee Drive
Taxi cabs, (866) 302-9898.
Car Rental, they will pick you up. (304) 724-6605. Monday 7:30AM–6PM Tuesday 7:30AM–6PM Wednesday 7:30AM–6PM Thursday 7:30AM–6PM Friday 7:30AM–6PM Saturday 9AM–12PM Sunday Closed
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Enterprise Rent-A-Car
765 E Washington St
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Car Rental, they will pick you up. (304) 724-6605. Monday 7:30AM–6PM Tuesday 7:30AM–6PM Wednesday 7:30AM–6PM Thursday 7:30AM–6PM Friday 7:30AM–6PM Saturday 9AM–12PM Sunday Closed
"Bike rentals and sales, toys, candy, camera supplies, and apparel." Rent a bike here and take in the scenes along the C&O Canal. (304) 535-2087. Monday 10AM–6PM Tuesday 10AM–6PM Wednesday 10AM–6PM Thursday 10AM–6PM Friday 10AM–6PM Saturday 10AM–6PM Sunday 10AM–6PM
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Harpers Ferry Outfitters & Bike Shop
161 Potomac St
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"Bike rentals and sales, toys, candy, camera supplies, and apparel." Rent a bike here and take in the scenes along the C&O Canal. (304) 535-2087. Monday 10AM–6PM Tuesday 10AM–6PM Wednesday 10AM–6PM Thursday 10AM–6PM Friday 10AM–6PM Saturday 10AM–6PM Sunday 10AM–6PM

Shopping

"Tenfold offers a unique collection of creative, fairly traded, eco-friendly products from all over the world." (304) 579-8525. Monday 11AM–5PM Tuesday 11AM–5PM Wednesday 11AM–5PM Thursday 11AM–5PM Friday 11AM–5PM Saturday 11AM–5PM Sunday 11AM–5PM
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Tenfold Fair Trade Collection
180 High St
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"Tenfold offers a unique collection of creative, fairly traded, eco-friendly products from all over the world." (304) 579-8525. Monday 11AM–5PM Tuesday 11AM–5PM Wednesday 11AM–5PM Thursday 11AM–5PM Friday 11AM–5PM Saturday 11AM–5PM Sunday 11AM–5PM
"Functional, folksy earthenware pottery with a modern sensibility." www.lkpottery.com. (304) 620-3011.
Lisa Kovatch Pottery
247 Union Street
"Functional, folksy earthenware pottery with a modern sensibility." www.lkpottery.com. (304) 620-3011.
One-of-a-kinds, and so much more. (304) 728-0050. Monday Closed Tuesday Closed Wednesday 10AM–5PM Thursday 10AM–5PM Friday 10AM–6PM Saturday 10AM–5PM Sunday 10AM–5PM
Harpers Ferry Gypsy Market
154 Wolfcraft Way
One-of-a-kinds, and so much more. (304) 728-0050. Monday Closed Tuesday Closed Wednesday 10AM–5PM Thursday 10AM–5PM Friday 10AM–6PM Saturday 10AM–5PM Sunday 10AM–5PM
Mary Adams is an eclectic jewelry and accessory store located in historic Harpers Ferry. We pride ourselves in featuring high quality jewelry at a fair market price and the rest is artisans from around the country and also some international. www.maryadams.us. (304) 535-2411. Monday 10AM–5:30PM Tuesday 10AM–5:30PM Wednesday 10AM–5:30PM Thursday 10AM–5:30PM Friday 10AM–5:30PM Saturday 10AM–6PM Sunday 10AM–5PM
Mary Adams
170 High Street
Mary Adams is an eclectic jewelry and accessory store located in historic Harpers Ferry. We pride ourselves in featuring high quality jewelry at a fair market price and the rest is artisans from around the country and also some international. www.maryadams.us. (304) 535-2411. Monday 10AM–5:30PM Tuesday 10AM–5:30PM Wednesday 10AM–5:30PM Thursday 10AM–5:30PM Friday 10AM–5:30PM Saturday 10AM–6PM Sunday 10AM–5PM
The Gilded Flea isn’t your usual antique shop! Filled with antiques, vintage, and handmade creations, there is something for everyone, and every budget. Bright colors and whimsical themes blend classic antiques with popular culture. Find eclectic furniture, fixtures, rugs, decorations, and more from the 1800’s to the 1980’s—all hand-selected from around the globe with superlative style in mind. Handmade furniture and accessories created by local artists from reclaimed wood, repurposed furniture components, and architectural salvage are also featured exclusively at the Gilded Flea. Have a one-of-a-kind work of art in your home that is functional and sustainable. Check out the vintage instruments and the record room—where you can sort through rock, country, and jazz records, and even listen to them before you buy. www.gildedflea.com. (304) 268-0763. Monday Closed Tuesday Closed Wednesday Closed Thursday 11AM–4PM Friday 11AM–4PM Saturday 11AM–5PM Sunday 11AM–4PM
The Gilded Flea
970 Washington St
The Gilded Flea isn’t your usual antique shop! Filled with antiques, vintage, and handmade creations, there is something for everyone, and every budget. Bright colors and whimsical themes blend classic antiques with popular culture. Find eclectic furniture, fixtures, rugs, decorations, and more from the 1800’s to the 1980’s—all hand-selected from around the globe with superlative style in mind. Handmade furniture and accessories created by local artists from reclaimed wood, repurposed furniture components, and architectural salvage are also featured exclusively at the Gilded Flea. Have a one-of-a-kind work of art in your home that is functional and sustainable. Check out the vintage instruments and the record room—where you can sort through rock, country, and jazz records, and even listen to them before you buy. www.gildedflea.com. (304) 268-0763. Monday Closed Tuesday Closed Wednesday Closed Thursday 11AM–4PM Friday 11AM–4PM Saturday 11AM–5PM Sunday 11AM–4PM
Candles, figurines, home decor, Civil War items, other gifts, fresh baked goods, snowcones. (304) 535-6911. Monday 10AM–5PM Tuesday 10AM–5PM Wednesday 10AM–5PM Thursday 10AM–5PM Friday 10AM–5PM Saturday 10AM–5PM Sunday 10AM–5PM
Village Shop of Harpers Ferry
180 High Street
Candles, figurines, home decor, Civil War items, other gifts, fresh baked goods, snowcones. (304) 535-6911. Monday 10AM–5PM Tuesday 10AM–5PM Wednesday 10AM–5PM Thursday 10AM–5PM Friday 10AM–5PM Saturday 10AM–5PM Sunday 10AM–5PM

Arts & Culture

"The association helps fund park public education programs, living history events, media for curriculum-based learning, publications, and visitor information assistance." https://www.harpersferryhistory.org/. (304) 535-6881. Monday 9AM–5PM Tuesday 9AM–5PM Wednesday 9AM–5PM Thursday 9AM–5PM Friday 9AM–5PM Saturday 9AM–5PM Sunday 9AM–5PM
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Harpers Ferry National Historical Park
171 Shoreline Drive
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"The association helps fund park public education programs, living history events, media for curriculum-based learning, publications, and visitor information assistance." https://www.harpersferryhistory.org/. (304) 535-6881. Monday 9AM–5PM Tuesday 9AM–5PM Wednesday 9AM–5PM Thursday 9AM–5PM Friday 9AM–5PM Saturday 9AM–5PM Sunday 9AM–5PM
"Museum features a collection of antique electric trains and other toys prior to 1938. The joy line railroad is an outdoor miniature train ride for adults and children. The railroad station is an original B&O railroad section car house. Locomotives and various rolling stock always in use or on display. There is an antique hodges hand car ride for children's enjoyment." (304) 535-2521. Pricing $1.50, April through October. Saturdays and Sundays ONLY, 9AM to 5PM.
Harpers Ferry Toy Train Museum & Joy Line Railroad
937 Bakerton Rd
"Museum features a collection of antique electric trains and other toys prior to 1938. The joy line railroad is an outdoor miniature train ride for adults and children. The railroad station is an original B&O railroad section car house. Locomotives and various rolling stock always in use or on display. There is an antique hodges hand car ride for children's enjoyment." (304) 535-2521. Pricing $1.50, April through October. Saturdays and Sundays ONLY, 9AM to 5PM.
"A New Birth of Freedom." https://www.nps.gov/gett/index.htm Monday 8AM–6PM Tuesday 8AM–6PM Wednesday 8AM–6PM Thursday 8AM–6PM Friday 8AM–6PM Saturday 8AM–6PM Sunday 8AM–6PM
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Gettysburg National Military Park
Gettysburg National Military Park
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"A New Birth of Freedom." https://www.nps.gov/gett/index.htm Monday 8AM–6PM Tuesday 8AM–6PM Wednesday 8AM–6PM Thursday 8AM–6PM Friday 8AM–6PM Saturday 8AM–6PM Sunday 8AM–6PM
"The Bloodiest One Day Battle in American History." https://www.nps.gov/anti/index.htm. (301) 432-5124. Monday 9AM–5PM Tuesday 9AM–5PM Wednesday 9AM–5PM Thursday 9AM–5PM Friday 9AM–5PM Saturday 9AM–5PM Sunday 9AM–5PM
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America's National Parks Store at Antietam National Battlefield
5831 Dunker Church Rd
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"The Bloodiest One Day Battle in American History." https://www.nps.gov/anti/index.htm. (301) 432-5124. Monday 9AM–5PM Tuesday 9AM–5PM Wednesday 9AM–5PM Thursday 9AM–5PM Friday 9AM–5PM Saturday 9AM–5PM Sunday 9AM–5PM
"The Battle that Saved Washington D.C." https://www.nps.gov/mono/index.htm Monday 9AM–5PM Tuesday 9AM–5PM Wednesday 9AM–5PM Thursday 9AM–5PM Friday 9AM–5PM Saturday 9AM–5PM Sunday 9AM–5PM
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Monocacy National Battlefield
5201 Urbana Pike
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"The Battle that Saved Washington D.C." https://www.nps.gov/mono/index.htm Monday 9AM–5PM Tuesday 9AM–5PM Wednesday 9AM–5PM Thursday 9AM–5PM Friday 9AM–5PM Saturday 9AM–5PM Sunday 9AM–5PM
Have a look at this field at the Mather Place. The National Park Service routinely holds outdoor events underneath a tent including a jazz festival, classical music, and many kinds of public events. https://www.nps.gov/hafe/planyourvisit/calendar.htm
Mather Place
Mather Place
Have a look at this field at the Mather Place. The National Park Service routinely holds outdoor events underneath a tent including a jazz festival, classical music, and many kinds of public events. https://www.nps.gov/hafe/planyourvisit/calendar.htm