HARPERS FERRY, W.Va. — Harpers Ferry National Historical Park is going cashless for entrance fees in lower town.

Park officials announced the change will happen June 13th. That’s when Harpers Ferry NHP will transition to digital, cashless payment of park entrance fees in the Lower Town Train Station parking lot.

A roofed information kiosk recently installed in the lot provides guidance through the onsite payment process, including instructions on how to log on to the park’s Wi-Fi network and use the digital payment options.

Visitors will need access to a smartphone as well as a credit or debit card to pay the entrance fee in the Train Station parking lot.

Visitors planning to come to the park can buy a pass ahead of time via the Website www.nps.gov/hafe or buy an entrance pass at the park entrance station, located at 171 Shoreline Drive in Harpers Ferry.
Visitors who choose that option can pay using cash or credit/debit and can access the Visitor Center and shuttle bus system to Lower Town.

For more information, visit: go.nps.gov/HFdigitalpayment.