On the southern bank of the Potomac River, Jefferson County is home to Harpers Ferry, Shepherdstown, and Charlestown. History buffs, boutique shoppers, outdoorsmen, and foodies will all find something to nourish their needs. The county is mostly known for its immaculate natural views and its convenient location to our nation’s capital.
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Originally chartered in 1786 by our first president's brother, Charles Washington, Charles Town is now home to over 5,000 residents. Although the town dates way back, it is vibrant and attractive to residents and visitors alike.
Harpers Ferry is an outdoor paradise for hikers, bikers, tubers, kayakers, and many other folks who enjoy the great outdoors. The Potomac and Shenandoah River flow through the valley.