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Restaurant
“"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”
  • 1 lokalkjent anbefaler
Restaurant
“Our all time favorite place to eat locally! Their ribeye is amazing and they also have vegetarian and vegan food options.”
  • 4 lokalkjente anbefaler
Trail
“From Harpers Ferry, you can head south and up Blue Ridge mountain, or north across the Potomac and continue on the trail or get off and walk the C&O canal. The canal is great for biking too!”
  • 1 lokalkjent anbefaler
Natural Feature
“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.”
  • 1 lokalkjent anbefaler
Post Office
“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”
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Route
“A chill area of Harpers Ferry with a city park, gazebo, park benches, and outdoor grilling areas. Great place for a gathering of friends and family!”
  • 1 lokalkjent anbefaler
Dagligvarebutikk
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Street Address
“Nash Farm State Park. Sweeping fields and grassland just overlooking the Potomac River.”
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Kafé
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“Downtown Harpers Ferry. Great place for breakfast and cafe fare with gluten-free options.”
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Book Store
“Located within Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, the Bookshop carries books, art, maps, posters, music, games, toys, notecards, and postcards reflecting the history and cultural heritage of Harpers Ferry. ”
  • 1 lokalkjent anbefaler
Jewelry Store
Lodging
“Don't miss smallmouth bass fishing on the Potomac and Shenandoah Rivers and Trout fishing in the streams of George Washington National Forest. www.theanglersinn.com/guidedfishingtrips.html”
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