Glamping in Franklin, West Virginia: Luxury Camping & Adventure Tourism
A town in Pendleton County, West Virginia, Franklin offers visitors a look at the colonial times thanks to its historic buildings. Visitors can indulge in this old-time feel and also find a number of creative things to do, especially when it comes to outdoors. For one, you can visit Franklin Gorge, a popular place for rock climbing activities. Not far from the town lay a number of vibrant natural reserves. There’s Seneca Rocks State Park, home to rock faces that you can scale if you’re an experienced rock climber. Smoke Hole Canyon, another popular outdoor destination is home to 20 miles of rugged terrain, making it an ideal location for hiking, climbing and some other adventure tourism activities. Go glamping in Franklin! West Virginia ensures unforgettable experiences. Discover luxury glamping, yurts, tree houses, igloo hotels, cozy cabins and more!
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