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The Top 10 Trails To Visit At Harpers Ferry National Historical Park - Celebrate Great Outdoors Month

  By: Ysabella Bhagroo NPS Photo Harpers Ferry, WV – Visiting a national park can be a life-changing experience for children and adults alike. Nowhere else can you feel as close to nature, fuel your wanderlust, and learn about the amazing flora and fauna blooming around you. June celebrates the great outdoors, from parks to trails, waterways, and so much more. This month, we want to take a moment to recognize the incredible experiences local, state, and federal trails bring to our communities. There are historical landmarks you may encounter along your route, or you may meet a friendly park ranger who can tell you an interesting story about the area. Birdwatchers can track migration patterns throughout the year, and botanists can scavenge for rare flowers. Waterways provide access for canoeing, kayaking, and paddle boarding adventures. Harpers Ferry National Historical Park is no exception when it comes to outdoor fun. Nestled between the Shenandoah and Potomac rivers, this park is a

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