Camp Hill Bed & Breakfast

Address: 701 Washington Street, Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, 25425, United States | B&B
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    Travel Blogs from Harpers Ferry

    Civil War supply route

    A travel blog entry by aquest on Jul 09, 2014

    2 photos

    Harpers Ferry is found at the confluence of the Potomac and Shenandoah river. The area is notable as a centre of 19th Century industry. Steep cobblestone streets with mountains and river backdrop. Sparks from events here in the 1800 eventually led to the civil war. Slavery ...

    Wet hiking and lots of animals

    A travel blog entry by road_tripper on Jun 13, 2014

    14 photos

    ... yelled at StarGazer to stop and back up - so she wouldn't get bit - she was right behind me. Then I took my hiking stick and moved the Copperhead to the middle of the trail. As I pinned his head down with the hiking pole, he bit it, leaving a good deal of venom behind. I picked him up, took a few photos, and then let him go a few feet away from the trail. After letting him go, I was a little curious about what the venom tasted like, so I wiped a large drop off my ...

    A Lovely Walk!!!

    A travel blog entry by honestman on Apr 05, 2014

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... 1785 - Geo Washington visits the area and declares that it was worth crossing the Atlantic for this view. I have to agree its beautiful, peaceful and pretty diff to get to.
    1801 - US Govt decides to build their arsenal here which really impacted the place bringing jobs etc.
    1833 - Baltimore/Ohio railroad reaches here
    1859 - John Brown of Scottish descent (Calvinist) and a radical abolitionist, invades the armoury kills some people and hopes ...

    Harpers Ferry

    A travel blog entry by andreatravels on Oct 20, 2013

    21 photos

    ... the river, and High Street, which took us back up the hill to the AT Center where we'd parked. Most of the older buildings have been well-preserved, and even the upper town carries on the flavor of the past. For more info and lots of hilarious stories about the Appalachian Trail, I recommend Bill Bryson's excellent book, A Walk in the Woods.


    Back to the lab again, yo

    A travel blog entry by adamel on Jul 29, 2013

    ... no words. You are amazing! We could not have had the summer we did without you. Your impact went so far beyond your office duties - you truly went above and beyond in everything you did. On top of that, you brought energy, joy, and humor to our little world, and I can't thank you enough for everything.

    And to anyone I left out, I miss you already and I will see you next year. Only 364 days to go!

    Keep it classy. Peace out, OxTrad.