Harpers Ferry is lovely little town nestled in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of West Virginia. The city continues to embrace its historic ties to the Civil War. Many of the homes in the city date back to antebellum times and have been made into beautiful bed and breakfasts. Mother Nature truly blessed this area as well. The gorgeous Harpers Ferry National Park surrounds Harpers Ferry, preserving its natural beauty for generations to see. And don't be fooled by the small stature of Harpers Ferry. There are plenty of things to keep you occupied. If you are a nature lover, there is much more to view than the Harpers Ferry National Park. Take a hike along the Appalachian Trail Conference or the C&O Canal Towpath. Go tubing or kayaking along the Potomac River, the same river that George Washington grew up around. Raft down the breathtaking Shenandoah River. Learn about Harpers Ferry's spookier past with a ghost tour. Find out more about one of Harpers Ferry's more prominent residents, John Brown, and his fight for an end to slavery at the John Brown Wax Museum. Whether you are a nature enthusiast or a history buff, Harpers Ferry won't disappoint. Come see what made Thomas Jefferson enamored of this West Virginia village.
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Tommy blogs about West Virginia real estate as well as market trends, buying and selling real estate and local happenings in Jefferson County, Berkeley County, Morgan County, Hampshire County, Harpers Ferry, Charles Town, Ranson, Martinsburg, Shepardstown, Hedgesville, Berkeley Springs and Inwood.