Plan A Trip To Harpers Ferry, One Of West Virginia's Most Charming Historic Towns
By Marla S.|Published November 07, 2020
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If you’re in West Virginia and looking for a lovely way to spend the day or weekend, head to Harpers Ferry in Jefferson County. This historic town is situated right along where the Shenandoah and Potamic rivers meet. This hidden treasure is also a part of Harpers Ferry National Historical Park and great to visit any time of year!
To reach Harpers Ferry, take US Route 340. Specific directions can be found here.
With so much to do, Harpers Ferry really is a great destination to enjoy history, hiking, and photography. Click here to learn more and to plan your outing to this charming and historic town in West Virginia.
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