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Escape to Harpers Ferry: Luxury Glamping Tents Await

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Looking for a hassle-free outdoor adventure without the need to pitch a tent? Discover our pre-assembled, National Park Style Canvas tents perched on sturdy decks along the Potomac River in Harpers Ferry. Enjoy uninterrupted river views from each site, with the terrain gently descending towards the water’s edge. For easy river access, we recommend using the nearby boat ramp. Our glamping experience comes complete with a full-sized bed and frame, picnic table, and fire ring for your convenience. Plus, each site includes parking space for one vehicle.

Our Cabins
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Luxury Tent Sites

  • 2 per tent, no pets allowed
  • Glamping under canvas

Don’t have a tent or want to take the time to set up your own? We have fully set up National Park Style Canvas tents on Full Decks already set up along the Potomac River in Harpers Ferry.

Amenities

Campsite Details:

  • 4 campers per site max – 2 adults and 2 children.
  • Sleeping bags will need to be brought for extra campers.
  • Linens are NOT included. Linen Packages (except blankets or sleeping bags) are available here.

Glamping with River Views:

  • Our Luxury Tent Sites are located in view of the beautiful Potomac River in a more secluded part of the campground.
  • There is a handicap-accessible bathhouse with showers available at the campground.
  • Tent, chairs, bed w/ mattress, fire ring/grill, picnic, and prep tables are provided.
  • The campground is in a beautiful/unique location and is a mixed-use area. The last zipline in the Harpers Ferry Canopy Tour passes nearby, and the boat launch is used by River Riders to drop off some of our guests.
  • A 1.5-mile walking and biking trail leads directly to Harpers Ferry from the campground to the town of Harpers Ferry. Canoes, kayaks, and paddleboards rentals are available on-site.
Booking Info

Reservations:

  • Reservations should be made in advance. Busy weekends in season typically book at least 2-4 weeks in advance. Reserve your lodging online today!
  • To request a specific site, please call us at (304)535-2663 and we can try our best to accommodate you, but we cannot guarantee a specific site.

Please review the information at the bottom of this page for important details about the Harpers Ferry and how to make the most out of your stay! 

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About our Campground:

  • The campground is in a beautiful and unique location. Because of that it is a mixed-use site. The last zipline in the Aerial Adventure Park passes near the site. The boat launch is used by River Riders to drop off some of our guests.
  • A 1.5-mile walking and biking trail leads directly from the Harpers Ferry campground to the town of Harpers Ferry. Canoes, kayaks, paddleboards, and E-Bike rentals are available on-site.
  • All luxury glamping sites have river access but not all sites are riverfront.
  • All sites have river access but not all sites are riverfront.

To request a specific site, please call us at (304)535-2663 and we can try our best to accommodate you, but we cannot guarantee a specific site.

Reservations

  • Luxury glamping tent site reservations should be made in advance. Busy weekends in season typically book at least 2-4 weeks in advance.
  • There is a 3-night minimum stay for Memorial Day Weekend, 4th Of July Weekend, and Labor Day Weekend for our sites. Reserve your luxury glamping site online today!

Check-in/Check-out

Check-in is at 3 pm at our main office 408 Alstadts Hill Rd, Harpers Ferry, and check-out is at 11 am.

Late Check In

To be respectful of quiet hours and other patrons, we ask that guests checking in to their sites after 10 pm wait to set up their camp until the following morning. Late arrivals may utilize the parking area for the night. Guests can find their camping packets containing site information and parking passes at the Welcome sign located at the entrance of the campground (mailbox located on the backside of the sign).

We ask that all groups be respectful to other campers and site users by observing quiet hours and following campground rules. We reserve the right to refuse service to disruptive guests.