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  • 0 Fall Weekend Getaways Near DC

    • by River Riders
    • 10-12-2022
    5.00 of 6 votes

      Fall on the east coast is nothing short of spectacular. As the weather cools off, and tourism slows down, the area beams with color. Trees change their colors from green to yellow, orange, and red. New England is the coveted fall foliage destination in the United States but there are other stunning destinations around Washington DC that are worth a weekend gateway to view the fall foliage. Here is our guide to the best fall weekend getaway trips near DC. Best Fall Getaways near Washington, DC   Harpers Ferry National Park New River Gorge National Park & Preserve Shenandoah National Park     Harpers Ferry National Park   Harpers Ferry is a hidden gem only 60 miles from the heart of Washington, DC. The little town is built into the cliffside where the Potomac and Shenandoah Rivers meet. The town is home to The Harpers Ferry Historical National Park. The Harpers Ferry National Park is home to John Brown’s raid that speared the slave rebellion.    The Harpers Ferry Historical Park Fee is per Vehicle it is $20.00 - For a single, private vehicle. Excludes group tours and 7+ passenger vans. Entrance passes are valid for three consecutive days, beginning on date of purchase, and are required in all park areas. Fees are payable at the Entrance Station near the park's visitor center, Bolivar Heights, Maryland Heights, Harpers Ferry Train Station, and River Access Parking Lot.   Within the 3,500 acres of Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, there are many places to explore, learn, and enjoy. With miles of walking and hiking trails, Harpers Ferry is the premier fall hike destination.   Best Places to Stay in Harpers Ferry We have put together a list of 'Best Places to Stay in Harpers Ferry' for you to look at but here are a few of our favorites.   Harpers Ferry Vacation Rentals  Clarion Inn in Harpers Ferry The Anglers Inn Best Things to Do in The Fall in Harpers Ferry: Electric Biking Harpers Ferry Harpers Ferry Canopy Tour  John Brown Wax Museum Harpers Ferry Adventure Park Harpers Ferry Ghost Tour River Riders Whitewater Rafting    New River Gorge National Park & Preserve   The New River Gorge National Park and Preserve is a rugged, whitewater river flowing northward through deep canyons; the New River is among the oldest rivers on the continent.    The park encompasses over 70,000 acres of land along the New River, is rich in cultural and natural history, and offers an abundance of scenic and recreational opportunities.   In December 2020, the New River Gorge National River got re-designated to national park status, making New River Gorge National Park and Preserve the 63rd national park in the US – and the very first in the state of West Virginia. Best Places to Stay Near New River Gorge National Park  The Historic Morris Harvey House  Country Road Cabins  ACE Adventure Resort Best Things To Do Near New River Gorge National Park Whitewater Rafting Walk Under The New River Gorge Bridge New River ATV Rentals     Shenandoah National Park   Shenandoah National Park extends along the Blue Ridge Mountains in the U.S. state of Virginia. The Skyline Drive runs its length, and a vast network of trails includes a section of the long-distance Appalachian Trail. Mostly forested, the park features wetlands, waterfalls, and rocky peaks like Hawksbill and Old Rag mountains. Places to Stay near Shenandoah National Park: Shenandoah National Park Cabins and Lodging Hotel Laurance Cave Hill Farm Bed and Breakfast Things To Do near Shenandoah National Park: Cave Hill Farm Brewery Luray Caverns Skyland Stables Horseback      The fall season around Washington, DC is a magical time of year. You will be able to get outside and see the sea of reds, oranges, and yellows along the Appalachian Mountain chain. Whether you will get to see Harpers Ferry in the fall or the Shenandoah National Park leaves change, you will get to be in a world of your own. Enjoy the fall foliage around the DC area while it still lasts! Be adventurous and have fun!  

  • 0 Best Places to Stay Harpers Ferry

    • by River Riders
    • 09-26-2022
    5.00 of 6 votes

    There are many hotels, cabins, and campgrounds around Harpers Ferry for your lodging needs. Need help looking for lodging in Harpers Ferry? Are you looking for a cozy cabin around Harpers Ferry Historical National Park? Or a vacation rental near downtown Harpers Ferry? Maybe you’re looking for a place to pitch your tent or park your RV to visit the Civil War sites. It’s important to have a convenient basecamp that fits your needs when visiting the area. We are here to help you find your home away from home when exploring places to stay in the Harpers Ferry area.      Vacation Rentals Vacation Rentals are the best way to go when traveling with a larger family or wanting a special place all to yourself. AirB&B or VRBO vacation rentals in Harpers Ferry are pretty available, we’ve put together a list of our favorites below.   Adventure Inn   The Adventure Inn is a beautifully renovated historical home Perfect Home for Larger Family Groups looking for a getaway. The home is in a rural location yet centrally located to Harpers Ferry attractions and features a large hot tub, private deck, campfire ring, and large yard. It's the perfect place to stay in Harpers Ferry.    Battlefields Inn The Battlefields Inn is a beautifully renovated historical home in a rural 3-acre setting with Cable Internet and WIFI. There is room to work from home and areas for walking on nearby National Park Battlefields   Country Roads Inn Huge Cape Cod-style home in a partially wooded setting adjacent to River Riders Adventure Resort with evening sunset views, a hot tub, a huge yard, and lots of space for your group. Twin kitchens, cookware, dining space for 20, and a fully finished basement mean plenty of space for your group to gather.   1862 Inn Beautiful rural setting, private fenced backyard, historic brick home with hardwood floors, full kitchen, laundry, campfire ring, and hot tub.         Bed and Breakfasts   Bed and Breakfasts are also great places to stay in Harpers Ferry. Harpers Ferry Bed & Breakfasts are perfect little getaway spots with quaint and historic homes in West Virginia. We have put together a few around for you to help you find the perfect one for your vacation.   The Ledge House The Ledge House B&B sits atop the historic town of Harpers Ferry overlooking the Potomac and Shenandoah Rivers as well as the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal.  A gourmet breakfast is prepared with fresh ingredients daily, and served with a view. The B&B is within walking distance of all points of interest inside Harpers Ferry National Historical Park. Hike the Appalachian Trail, Bike the C&O Canal, or Raft the Shenandoah and Potomac Rivers.   Hillbrook Inn A visit to the historic Hillbrook Inn & Spa, a Harpers Ferry bed and breakfast, provides a welcome respite for the spontaneous or well-planned guest. From quaint and charming to spacious and luxurious, we offer a variety of suites, all with private baths, air conditioning, wifi, plush robes, and more.   The Angler’s Inn The Angler's Inn, a spacious Victorian Bed and Breakfast is your 'Home away from Home' to rest and enjoy the historic and outdoor adventure of Harpers Ferry, WV, and the Blue Ridge Mountains.  Suitable for 5 guests maximum, you'll have access to the upstairs bedrooms, parlor, dining room, front porch, and kitchen.       Hotels When looking at places to stay in Harpers Ferry, reserving a hotel room might be the easiest. Here are our recommended hotels in Harpers Ferry.    Hilltop Hotel With the Hilltop Hotel coming to completion soon, we wanted to showcase it as it will be starting up soon. It is scheduled to be completed in the Fall of 2023 and will welcome guests from everywhere. The Hilltop House will be a unique, luxurious place, emotionally and purposefully set in 1888 by its founder. Overlooking the town and Potomac River, this will be a luxury place to stay in Harpers Ferry.     Clarion Inn The Clarion Inn is a branded cliffside hotel with over 100 rooms. One of the closest hotels to Harpers Ferry and right next door to River Riders, The Clarion Inn is everything you need all in one place. Indoor pool, bar and restaurant, ice cream parlor and more!       Cabins & Camping If you are looking for an economical lodging option when booking your place to stay or if you want to get out into the great outdoors, Harpers Ferry has some good cabin & camping options.    Cabins are also a great little place away from home. The Harpers Ferry Campground is home to many cabins available to rent per night. These are 6 or 4-person cabins that let you have your own space in Wild and Wonderful West Virginia. They are waterfront cabins along the Potomac River. Check out availability and rates here.  The Harpers Ferry Campground is a waterfront campground located along the Potomac River. It offers campsite accommodations, glamping tent sites, cabins, and RV sites with full hookups. There is also the Harpers Ferry KOA - They also have RV sites, tent sites, and cabins available for rent. They host an outdoor swimming pool, indoor basketball court, and much much more.     Harpers Ferry has a lot to offer when it comes to lodging options that are available for all walks of life and sizes of groups. Whether you're looking for a rustic lodging experience or a luxury exploration - hopefully, one of the options above meets the needs for your needs for lodging in Harpers Ferry.

  • 0 Harpers Ferry Must-Do Summer Activities

    • by River Riders
    • 07-18-2022
    4.88 of 8 votes

    Are you in need of some ideas for your summer adventures? We have you covered with our Harpers Ferry Must-Do Summer Activities list! From white water rafting to river tubing and everything in between, you can enjoy all that Harpers Ferry has to offer. We, of course, enjoy spending our summers on the Potomac and Shenandoah Rivers but there are also lots of land activities to indulge in as well!    Find your next adventure with our list of Harpers Ferry must-do summer activities : Whitewater Rafting Harpers Ferry Ghost Tour Harpers Ferry Historical National Park River Tubing Harpers Ferry Adventure Park John Brown Wax Museum Harpers Ferry Whitewater Rafting If you have never tried whitewater rafting ever, the Shenandoah river is the best in the world for beginners and family to get their rafting start. You will raft on the Shenandoah River through class I-III rapids and you can raft with River Riders in Harpers Ferry - you will raft past downtown Harpers Ferry through historical ruins and you’ll enjoy tons of Harpers Ferry wildlife.   Harpers Ferry Ghost Tour A thrilling-night activity to do in Harpers Ferry is to go on a ghost tour in Harpers Ferry! Ghost tours are available everyday in the summertime. The tour is a 'Family & Dog Friendly' Spooky Stories experience appropriate for most people of all ages. Harpers Ferry Ghost Tours is a thrilling way to end your day after visiting many of the things to do in Harpers Ferry!   Harpers Ferry Historical National Park A MUST-do attraction in Harpers Ferry is to park and take the Harpers Ferry Historical National Park headquarters. Then you would take the bus shuttle into downtown Harpers Ferry through the Harpers Ferry Historical National Park Service. There are tons of free and exciting museums in Harpers Ferry to explore with your friends and family.   Harpers Ferry River Tubing Beat the summer heat with a refreshing float down the Shenandoah or Potomac River. Choose from either relaxing flat water tubing or our more adventurous tubing on white water rapids.River Riders Harpers Ferry tubing trip was Voted one of the top 5 tubing trips in America in USA Today's Top 10 Poll and the closest to Washington, DC, Maryland, and Northern Virginia. River Riders is THE Original Harpers Ferry tubing company, with over 3 decades of experience, and is consistently ranked as the #1 Outdoor Activity in Harpers Ferry on Trip Advisor for the last 10 years. On a sizzling summer day, there’s nothing as refreshing as floating down the river in a tube. No other area outfitter can compare to the experience, quality, comfort, and value of tubing with River Riders!   Harpers Ferry Adventure Park If you want some more adventure, you can climb through the trees like Tarzan on our aerial ropes course that we call The Harpers Ferry Adventure Park! Our Harpers Ferry Aerial Adventure Park challenges you to reach new heights. With 9 aerial forest challenge ropes course trails, 5 different levels of varying difficulty, and 4 wooded acres of space, our Harpers Ferry Adventure Park provides hours of fun for all ages. Each of our courses has approximately 12 elements, including ziplines! Your kids will love leaping across the hanging lily pads, wiggling through the wobble bridge, and getting stumped on the tree-stump ladder!   John Brown Was Museum The John Brown Wax Museum is a unique, lifelike wax figure museum in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. The museum tours you through John Brown’s hatred of slavery in detail and traces the history of his violent exploits that was months in the planning for one sad night. It also depicts a number of scenes from Brown’s raid on the town of Harpers Ferry with the wax figures. The long legacy story of John Brown can be explored today by thousands of visitors to the John Brown Wax Museum.   We could go on and on about things to do in Harpers Ferry but, it would be a novel. Enjoy these summer must do’s in Harpers Ferry!

  • 0 Best Outdoor Activities Near Harpers Ferry, WV

    • by River Riders
    • 06-29-2022
    5.00 of 8 votes

    Are you needing some time outdoors but don’t have anything on the calendar? Look no further! We have outlined some of the best Harpers Ferry outdoor activities for you to reinvigorate your love for this area. These adventure opportunities are worthy of exploration!  Harpers Ferry, West Virginia is where adventure, fun, and history meets! Located only one hour near Washington, DC and Baltimore Metro Regions, the historic town of Harpers Ferry has so much to offer, for you and your family. Find your next outdoor adventure near Harpers Ferry with our list of suggestions : Harpers Ferry National Historical Park Maryland Heights Hiking Trail River Riders Family Adventure Resort Ziplining in Harpers Ferry Harpers Ferry Campground Harpers Ferry National Historical Park To learn about the historic town of Harpers Ferry, visit the Harpers Ferry National Historical Park Information center. There you will get an excellent overview of the park and receive knowledge to understand the importance of the historic town before you set out on your Harpers Ferry outdoor adventure. Harpers Ferry National Historical Park rangers, as well as volunteers, will also be on-site to answer any questions you may have about the park, related historical events, and surrounding areas.   Maryland Heights Hiking Trail If you are looking for a scenic hike, the Maryland Heights Hiking trail in Harpers Ferry is the perfect way to take in nature, get a look at the beautiful town and even see people tubing or rafting on the confluence of the Potomac and Shenandoah river. Check our list of Best Hikes Near Harpers Ferry.   River Riders Family Adventure Resort For a full day of adventure in Harpers ferry, River Riders Family Adventure Resort offers some of the best outdoor activities in Harpers ferry, West Virginia. The River Riders Adventure Pass gives you access to a full day of activities in Harpers Ferry! Enjoy your choice of one guided activity and one self-guided activity. With your main item being one of their most popular trips, either White Water Rafting, Tubing, or Ziplining and your second trip later in the day being a climb on our Adventure Park or try Kayaking, Canoeing or Stand-Up Paddleboarding on the Potomac Play Pass! Ziplining in Harpers Ferry Ziplining in Harpers Ferry is the best way to get an adrenaline rush while looking at the beautiful nature the town has to offer. This two and a half to three-hour spectacular, professionally guided Harpers Ferry zipline tour answers your call for adventure. Zip through the treetops as you ride our network of eight ziplines, including the fan-favorite free fall rappel at the end, and navigate the adventure sky bridges towering above the forest floor. As you zip, take in the mesmerizing views of the Potomac River and the Harpers Ferry Water Gap, and be sure to ask your tour guide about the local wildlife, trees, plants, and rock cliffs that surround you on your West Virginia ziplining tour. Harpers Ferry Campground If you are looking to stay the night, The Harpers Ferry Campground offers primitive waterfront tent campsites, RV sites and cabins on the beautiful Potomac River. For a fun day activity during your stay, you can bike down the trail from the Harpers Ferry campground to the historic downtown Harpers Ferry National Park with River Riders e-bike rentals.    

  • 0 President Biden Announces June 2022 as Great Outdoors Month

    • by River Riders
    • 06-09-2022
    5.00 of 10 votes

    June 2022 has been designated as The Great Outdoors Month, with the partnerships of federal agencies including The White House, state governments, and private organizations making efforts to get citizens across The United States to get outside and enjoy activities that are offered throughout our great lands. This quote is from President Biden’s May 31, 2022 proclamation:   “During Great Outdoors Month, we celebrate our Nation’s vast array of parks, wildlife refuges, forests, monuments, marine sanctuaries, waters, national conservation lands, and other natural treasures.  Every day, Americans across the country draw inspiration and pride from the beauty of our magnificent outdoor spaces….. Boundless outdoor spaces across the country unite Americans of every age and background for hiking, fishing, canoeing, hunting, exploring, reflecting, and finding solace.  As part of my Administration’s efforts to advance equity, diversity, and inclusion, we are committed to ensuring that everyone can access and enjoy America’s great outdoors.  Outreach efforts — including the National Park Service’s Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance program — expand trails, conserve rivers, and restore green space so that more people can benefit.  We are also enhancing safe outdoor resources for communities so that more people can participate in healthy, active outdoor recreation and enjoy the physical and spiritual nourishment it provides.” Said President Joe Biden.    We are excited to see a great deal of attention towards our wilderness and nature. River Riders is happy to be able to share the outdoors with guests around the world and show what West Virginia has to offer. We are fortunate to have a good relationship with The Harpers Ferry Historical National Park and be able to showcase what the confluence of the Shenandoah and Potomac Rivers has to offer. River Riders offers many trips for you to relax and reflect on how to be more in one with nature. Whether it is tubing past Harpers Ferry Historical National Park or flatwater Canoeing on the Potomac, we want everyone to experience what it means to be in the great outdoors. Get out to Harpers Ferry and celebrate The Great Outdoors Month. Book your trip with River Riders Here!    Here is the full Great Outdoors proclamation: https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/presidential-actions/2022/05/31/a-proclamation-on-great-outdoors-month-2022/  

  • 0 Best Hikes Near Harpers Ferry, WV

    • by River Riders
    • 05-16-2022
    5.00 of 11 votes

    Harpers Ferry and the surrounding areas are home to beautiful, history-rich hikes. We’ve compiled a list of the 5 best hikes near Harpers Ferry, WV that will fulfill your itch to explore the area just like a local. Gather your family and friends to enjoy the hikes Harpers Ferry has to offer. There are hikes that are easy and hikes that are on the harder side of hiking.    1. Hike at Virginius Island in Harpers Ferry National Park.   Hiking Virginius Island will walk you back in time. The history of the industrial and cultural side of Virginius Island in Historic Harpers Ferry, lets you relax and enjoy the flat riverside hike while taking a look at the dozens of history placards to read about the rich history of the Island. During this Harpers Fery hike, you can explore many ancient ruins of old factories and mills that Virginius Island is a formerly inhabited island of some 12 acres. Along the Shenandoah River, the island was created after The Patowmack Company built The Shenandoah Canal, between 1806 and 1807, which separates it from the town of Harpers Ferry. 2. Hike along the Potomac River on the C&O Canal   Preserving America's early transportation history, the C&O Canal began as a dream of passage to Western wealth. Operating for nearly 100 years the canal was a lifeline for communities along the Potomac River as coal, lumber, and agricultural products floated down the waterway to market. Today, it’s a welcoming hub of outdoor activity with nearly 200 miles of hiking, biking (perfect for day trips or e-biking rental adventures!), bird watching, and history consumption. Starting at Cumberland, MD, it passes right through Harpers Ferry, then hits Georgetown in Washington, D.C. You can hike in either direction (upstream or downstream) along the C&O towpath. 3. Hike the Harpers Ferry Section of The Appalachian Trail   The Appalachian Trail is the longest hiking-only trail in the world extending between Georgia to Maine. The trail is about 2,200 miles long and passes through 14 states total. Located in Harpers Ferry, WV, the Appalachian Trail Conservancy is the headquarters of the Appalachian Trail. More than two million people are said to take a hike on part of the trail at least once each year. Harpers Ferry is what many consider to be the "psychological midpoint" of the trail's length. You can hike in either direction either up towards Jefferson Rock (described later on) or head of the pedestrian bridge to the C&O canal.   4. Hike The Maryland Heights Trail   Locals and visitors both agree that Maryland Heights is a must-do hike when visiting this historic gem of a town. With a spectacular birds-eye view of Harpers Ferry from the main overlook, you will get panoramic views of the Shenandoah Valley. It is saturated with Civil War history, this trail is a favorite for many. Get to know this 6-mile loop trail near Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. Generally considered a challenging route, it takes an average of 2 hours to complete. You will see many Civil War sites including cannon fire sites and other war formations. This is a very popular area for birding, hiking, and trail running as well. President Abraham Lincoln couldn’t make it up this mountain. Can you?  5. Hike Loudoun Heights across the river in Virginia   A hike that is in Virginia, Loudoun Heights, is the first peak of the Blue Ridge Mountain south of the Potomac River in Loudoun County, Virginia and Jefferson County, West Virginia. The northwestern slope is part of Harpers Ferry National Historical Park.This challenging trail gives hikers the opportunity to see the Appalachian Trail, multiple views of Harpers Ferry, views of the Potomac and Shenandoah rivers and valleys at the overlooks. Hikers are rewarded with the only view to the east into Pleasant Valley and beyond, a southern view of the town of Harpers Ferry and the confluence of the Potomac and Shenandoah rivers.  6. Hike up to Jefferson Rock    This quick little hike up past the famous St. church coming from the lower town, you will hike along the Appalachian Trail up to a rock visited by a previous president, Thomas Jefferson. Jefferson described his first view from the landmark as a scene, "worth a voyage across the Atlantic." Four stone pillars were placed under the uppermost slab of Jefferson Rock to stabilize it sometime between 1855 and 1860. It is an easy-going hike that any hiker can conquer. Come see if you think it is worth a trip across the Atlantic! Please enjoy these Harpers Ferry hikes while you are vacationing in these history-rich spots! Ranging from easy to hard - test your skill level and enjoy these famous hikes in West Virginia, Maryland, and Virginia! After you hike(s) you can visit River Riders to experience more fun and thrills to make this a weekend trip in Harpers Ferry, WV!

  • 0 Spring Into Savings at River Riders

    • by River Riders
    • 04-06-2022
    4.93 of 14 votes

    Spring into the season with savings! The weather is warming up and people are starting to flock to Historic Harpers Ferry. Summer deals are here and will save you money on summer getaways! Available now through April 30th, River Riders in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia is offering many discounts this spring season!    We have 10% off our River Riders Season Passes in the Month of April. A Season Pass is the best way to get the most out of the year! You choose the activity that suits you best, or try something new you never have before. Want the thrill and challenge of climbing all summer long? You can enjoy unlimited 2-hour climbing sessions throughout the season in the Harpers Ferry Aerial Adventure Park. Want the laziness of tubing the Shenandoah or the excitement of the Potomac Rivers all summer long? Then our Tubing Season Pass is for you. Or you can enjoy the freedom of open water however you choose with our Potomac Play Pass. Unlimited rentals of canoes, kayaks, and stand up paddle boards on the Potomac River all summer long. https://www.riverriders.com/seasonpass We think one of the best deals of the year is The Buy One Get One 50% Off Adventure Passes. The River Riders Adventure Pass gives you access to a full day of activities in Harpers Ferry! Enjoy your choice of one guided activity and one self-guided activity. With your main item being one of our most popular trips, either White Water Rafting, Tubing, or Ziplining and your second trip later in the day being a climb on our Adventure Park or try Kayaking, Canoeing or Stand-Up Paddle boarding on our Potomac Play Pass! https://www.riverriders.com/full-day-adventure-pass With $25 off The Outdoor Adventure Camp kids ages 9-14 can enjoy the great outdoors in Harpers Ferry with White Water Rafting, Tubing, climbing our Aerial Adventure Park, and flying through our Zipline Canopy Tour. Available now through April 31st. Located in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia; where Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia come together, River Riders is only one hour near Washington, DC and Baltimore Metro Regions! https://www.outdooradventurecamp.com/ Don't miss out on these great deals, this is where family fun begins!  All of our River Riders Activities are available to book now as well as The Harpers Ferry Campground!https://www.riverriders.com/ 

  • 0 2021 BOGO Gift Certificates

    • by River Riders
    • 11-29-2021
    5.00 of 16 votes

    Give the gift of Adventure this Holiday Season! River Riders has BOGO Gift Certificates usable on ANY of our Activities! This is the Biggest sale of the year so don't miss out! Buy One Get One Free Gift Certificates make a unique holiday gift and won't be caught in a shipping delay. These are a great gift for that someone who has everything. Gift certificates can be purchased in a variety of dollar amounts and used for your favorite activity including whitewater rafting, tubing, SUP boarding, ziplines, and adventure Park. Check out our BOGO Gift Certificate Page!    

  • 0 Fall is Here!

    • by River Riders
    • 09-17-2021
    4.61 of 18 votes

    Fall is here! With it comes the best weather of the year for outdoor land activities.  Our Aerial Adventure Park Ropes Course is open year round, with some of the best sight seeing opportunities happening in Fall! We also have our Zipline Canopy Tour open throughout the Fall and Winter seasons as well, providing the perfect opportunity for you and your family to get out of the house into nature.  Water activities are also available this time of year, with our White Water Rafting trip. We have wet suits for rent at our main office, which will keep you warm while on the water!  Get out of the house and make some memories with your family! Stay awhile and rent out a 4 or 6 person riverfront cabin at our Harpers Ferry Campground.  We also have RV sites and Tent sites available as well.  Stay and Play for the weekend by booking a package deal with a campsite and a trip with us! We have Guest Service Representatives available during normal business hours, 7 days a week.  Feel free to call us with any questions you might have on how we can make your stay in Harpers Ferry a memorable one!  

  • 0 Outdoor Adventure Camp Early Bird Special!

    • by River Riders
    • 01-17-2021
    3.28 of 156 votes

    Our Biggest discount of the year has arrived! Until February 28th, save $40 off when you book for any of our sessions! Your Child will get to experience the great outdoors like never before without putting a hole in your wallet. Children get to experience ALL of our activities which include; White Water Rafting, Tubing, Kayaking, Ropes Courses, Biking, and Hiking in beautiful Harpers Ferry, WV. Your weeks will include a unique opportunity to visit four National Park Service entities Harpers Ferry National Park, Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Park, Potomac National Heritage Trail, and Appalachian National Scenic Trail   Just look at some of these smiling faces from last year’s Outdoor Adventure Camp.