Whether you are looking for quiet beauty or a place alive with echoes of history, you will find it in this village at the confluence of the Shenandoah and Potomac Rivers.
Enjoy the spectacular energy of the rivers cutting through the Blue Ridge Mountains, but know it is the charming old town filled with people obviously enjoying themselves that will make you want to come back. Today the Harpers Ferry National Historic Park surrounds the town, providing visitors with tours, museums, hiking and biking trails, and restored 19th century streetscapes – all within easy walking distance of the living village. In Harpers Ferry real people live in charming antebellum homes and B&B’s. Restaurants serve contemporary food in historic settings, and the town is lively with artisans, unique little shops, bookstores, antiquarians, and whitewater enthusiasts.