If you’re looking for a Harpers Ferry map, you’ve come to the right place; currently I’ve collected 18 free Harpers Ferry National Historical Park maps to view and download. (PDF files and external links will open in a new window.) Here you’ll find maps showing the Lower Town as well as hiking trails that spur out from there. You can also browse the best-selling Harpers Ferry maps and guidebooks on Amazon.
Harpers Ferry map from the park brochures
This is the Harpers Ferry map from the brochure that shows the historic downtown area as well as the surrounding trails and parklands. Click the image to view a full size JPG (900 kb) or download the PDF (10.3 mb).
Here’s a Harpers Ferry Lower Town map that zooms in on the historic downtown area and labels the individual buildings. Click the image to view a full size JPG (1.3 mb) or download the PDF (7.1 mb).
Harpers Ferry Lower Town maps
This printable Lower Town map (600 kb) identifies similar sites in Lower Town as the map above, but it doesn’t look nearly as cool. However, since it uses fewer colors, I find it prints off better on a home printer.
Here’s a Harpers Ferry Lower Town map and guide. Click the image to view a full size JPG (300 kb) or download the PDF (25 kb) to view short descriptions of each labeled location on the map.
Regional Harpers Ferry maps
Here’s a zoomed out Harpers Ferry map that shows all the parklands in Virginia, West Virginia, and Maryland. Click the image to view a full size GIF (280 kb) or download the PDF (120 kb).
Here’s a regional map of Harpers Ferry (200 kb), showing the park’s location compared to nearby towns, roads, and highways, zooming all the way out to include Gettysburg, Baltimore, and Washington, D.C.
Harpers Ferry trail maps
The Bolivar Heights/Schoolhouse Ridge trail map (300 kb) shows a few of the hiking options north of Route 340, useful for both views and Civil War history. A few loops of various distances are possible here.
This Schoolhouse Ridge (south) trail map (350 kb) focuses on the part of Schoolhouse Ridge south of Route 340 and features Civil War ruins. You’ll find the Allstadt Farm Trail and Courtney’s Battery trail here.
The Camp Hill/North Shenandoah trail map (350 kb) includes a section of the Appalachian Trail (with great views at Jefferson Rock!) as well as islands along the Shenandoah River: Halls Island and Virginius Island.
Here’s a Maryland Heights trail map (300 kb), focusing on the Maryland side of the Potomoc River and the spectacular views looking back toward toward Harpers Ferry. Make sure you go to Overlook Cliff!
The Loudoun Heights trail map (300 kb) shows the trails on the Virginia side of the river with views toward the confluence of the Shenadoah and Potomoc rivers from Split Rock at the end of the Blue Trail.
Harpers Ferry battle maps
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