Harpers Ferry / Civil War Battlefields KOA

343 Campground Road

Harpers Ferry, WV 25425

Reserve: 800-562-9497

Info: 304-535-6895

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River Riders

NEW Tree Top Canopy Tours! River Riders has a variety of fun activities which include rafting, canoeing, kayaking, tubing and NEW this year the Tree Top Canopy Tours. This new adventure includes 8 Zip Lines and 2 High Bridges. The Tours will take approximately 2 1/2 hours to complete and is guaranteed to be awesome fun for the whole family. Reservations are required. For more information please call 800-326-7238, or visit them online at www.riverriders.com.

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Harpers Ferry Flea Market

The flea market is open Saturdays and Sundays from March through December. This is the largest flea market in the area. It boasts food, 2 pavilions, gravel walkways, 5 acres of parking and indoor restrooms.

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Harpers Ferry Toy Train Museum

This museum was established in 1970 by Robert E. Wallich who began collecting trains when he was just a child and never gave up his hobby for 72 years. There are trains of every size and make on display. Dont miss the 75-foot long operating Standard Gauge layout. Kids and adults alike will enjoy an outdoor miniature train ride. Open weekends April through October (weather permitting). For more information call (304) 725-2521.

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Brunswick Railroad Museum

Its a step into the past. See the 1891 train station and the museums famous HO scale model railroad. View where the steam engines were repaired in the c. 1907 roundhouse and changed in direction on the turntable. Let your children operate the switches on the model railroad. Open April to January. For more information or group reservations call (301) 834-7100.

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George Washingtons Headquarters

Cumberland, MD. This building is the only remaining structure of Fort Cumberland, circa 1755. (301) 777-5132

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