If you want to see the roots of our American history this is a place to visit. It has a lot to offer families with children and makes our early history come to life. The park is full of spots that tell the story of...更多
We were in Harper's Ferry to see the history relating to the civil war, John Brown and to hike a bit of the Appalachian trail. There is a very short hike to Jefferson Rock where Thomas Jefferson once stood. We went to the trail center...更多
If you ever visit Harper's Ferry and are interested in the Appalachian Trail, this is a must stop in and say "hello". Not only are the people there very friendly they are a world of information on hiking the trail. They have pictures of the...更多
After speaking with the staff at the AMC center we chose to go south out of town for a day hike to Keys Gap and back. Nice elevation change to Louden heights, good civil war earthworks on both sides at the top, relatively easy to...更多
We are by no means hikers or campers but if hiking the Appalachian Trail is on your Bucket List then doing it in Harper's Ferry WV is the place. The trail runs right through the town and you can see some interesting things.It is pretty...更多
Now that there are hiking the trail movies and one in production about the War being filmed there will be a million people disrespecting the AT here too. So much for preservation of the good stuff.
Finding your innerself? Really?
PenMar to Harpers Ferry is a great and fairly easy way to experience part of the great AT. Stayed in Harpers Ferry at The Town's Inn and paid to be shuttled when we chose on a Wednesday. Had just enough challenge with rocks, climbs and...更多