Follow A Sandy Path To The Waterfront When You Visit The Shenandoah River In West Virginia

“Almost heaven, West Virginia, Blue Ridge Mountains, Shenandoah River.” So goes the famous and much-beloved song “Country Roads” by musician John Denver. And one of the best ways to access West Virginia’s portion of the Shenandoah River is on this short, easy path from the Harpers Ferry National Historical Park’s River Access Parking Lot.

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But come early, especially on a weekend, as the river access parking lot fills up quickly! To learn more and check for updates, visit the National Park website.

Address: Shenandoah River, United States